Roath Park Conservatory located at Roath Park Botanic Gardens, Cardiff CF23 5PG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 029 2233 0235

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D Spanswick

5 Google Rating

A pretty little botanical garden tucked away in Roath Park. We always enjoy the atmosphere here and

5/ 5

A pretty little botanical garden tucked away in Roath Park. We always enjoy the atmosphere here and It's nice to escape a cold day into the warmth of this conservatory. There is an entrance fee and a small charge of 50p for fish food, the fish are friendly and will come right up to your hand. Plus If you take along children then there are some free activity sheets for them to take part in as they walk around and these can be found by the entrance.

Issy Adamson

5 Google Rating

Beautiful small tropic visit with some incredible wildlife and plants! Well worth a visit

5/ 5

Beautiful small tropic visit with some incredible wildlife and plants! Well worth a visit

Galya Georgieva

5 Google Rating

It was quite warm inside and it was very tropical. You can hear birds singing in the trees and there

5/ 5

It was quite warm inside and it was very tropical. You can hear birds singing in the trees and there's a pond full of giant fish and there are also turtles. Lots of interesting plants as well. Loved it!

danny dyer

1 Google Rating

2 quid each to walk around a pond full of carp? If i wanted to look at carp i would have gone to the

1/ 5

2 quid each to walk around a pond full of carp? If i wanted to look at carp i would have gone to the garden center

Joanne Saltfleet

5 Google Rating

Great place to visit.

5/ 5

Great place to visit.

James Donovan

5 Google Rating

A beautiful place full of interest, I have recently become interested in Plants from around the worl

5/ 5

A beautiful place full of interest, I have recently become interested in Plants from around the world especially the Tropics, Roath Park Conservatory is certainly a place I want to visit again soon. Wish it was bigger however what they have created with the space they have already is amazing and great value. 🌴🌿🌴🌿🌴🌿🌴

Trystan Lenton

5 Google Rating

Amazing, beautiful place. Looking forward to reopening

5/ 5

Amazing, beautiful place. Looking forward to reopening

Mark Clemett

5 Google Rating

Many a fun day had by me and my family

5/ 5

Many a fun day had by me and my family

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