A small, attractive, Grade 2 listed Victorian park in the heart of Grangetown. The gardens were first opened in 1895 and after many years in decline, the site was awarded funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for restoration work which was completed in 2000. The park now boasts a good range of local outdoor recreational facilities but still retains its historic character. 


Grange Gardens is one of Cardiff’s Green Flag parks

 

Features 


  • Cast iron bandstand: Originally installed February 1895, recast replica installed in 2000
  • Cast iron fountain canopy: Presented by I. Samuel Esq. in memory of his parents and brother, Louis Samuel, MP in 1909, one of several presented for parks between 1907 and 1915, recast replica installed in 2000
  • Caretaker's Shelter: constructed November 1894
  • Grangetown War Memorial Grade II listed structure, dedicated 7 July 1921
  • Timber Sculpture: created from cherry tree by artist Alun Griffiths of Aberystwyth

 

Facilities


  • Children's playground
  • Adult fitness equipment
  • Floodlit area with goal ends, basketball posts and dugout shelters
  • Bowling green and pavilion

 

Opening hours


7.30am - 30 minutes before sunset


How to find us

Access point

GPS

Grange Gardens

318134/177064

 

 

Public transport: See Cardiff bus​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​External link opens in a new window  for local routes or visit TravelineCymru​​​​​​​​​​​​​​External link opens in a new window  to plan your journey online


Parking: Parking is available on the streets surrounding the park


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