Grange Gardens

About Grange Gardens

A small, attractive Victorian park in the heart of Grangetown, Grange Gardens was opened in 1895 .  In 1998, 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 .

Visitor information

The park is open to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Parking is available on the streets surrounding the park.


  • Grade 2 listed historic park: Listed on the Cadw Register of Landscapes, Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Wales.
  • Cast iron bandstand Original installed February 1895, recast replica installed in 2000
  • Cast iron fountain canopy Original 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
  • Grangetown War Memorial Grade II listed structure, dedicated 7 July 1921
  • Centenary Field: the majority of the park has been dedicated as a Centenary Field to be preserved in trust in association with Fields In Trust as part of their centenary campaign to preserve parks and green spaces with First World War memorials.


  • Children’s playground catering for children up to the age of around 12
  • 3G pitch
  • Community café and associated facilities
  • Toilets available in café

How to find us

How to find us
Access point GPS (latitude / longitude)
Grange Gardens 51.466986, -3.181683

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