Park Place defines the eastern edge of Gorsedd Gardens and Cathays Park. The short street was constructed towards the end of the 1800s, a period when Cardiff doubled in size within ten years. Several Victorian, red brick houses were built like this one at 29 Park Place across from the National Museum Cardiff. More recently, this structure has been the home of the Cardiff Arts Institute and the Bacchus Bar. At the end of 2015, it reopened as a restaurant and tavern appropriately called 29 Park Place.