Roath Park, opened in 1894, is Cardiff's most popular public park and it still retains its classic Victorian atmosphere and layout.

A timeline of the park's history provides a fascinating insight into the development of the site in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which has been recorded in postcards through the years, and the park continues to adapt and evolve. It is now one of Cardiff's Green Flag parks and a Friends Group is being set up to support the restoration and development of this historic park.