Bute Park is an extensive green space in the center of Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Here visitors can find an education center, three cafes and plenty of trees and wildlife.
This park is one of the largest urban parks in Wales and consists of a mix of historic landscape.
Visitors enjoy seeing such things as the Cardiff Castle
and the Gorsedd Stones. The park got its name in 1948 in honor of the 5th Marquess of Bute.
Butte Park is famous for its arboretum collections and the park has more than 3,000 tree species. It holds the honor of having the greatest number of “champion trees” in any U.K. public park.
Among the wildlife here are colorful insects and fungi, woodpeckers, herons, numerous small bird species and even otters.
Reference: About Bute Park