Sivaganga Park is a leisure park in the city of Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu, India. It adjoins the Brihadeeswarar Temple, a popular visitor vacation spot. A park is an area of herbal, semi-herbal or planted area set aside for human enjoyment and pastime or for the protection of flora and fauna or herbal habitats. The Sivaganga Park was created as a people's park by way of the Tanjore municipality in 1871-72. It is located to the east of the 11th century Brihadeeswarar Temple and encompasses the Sivaganga Tank believed to have been constructed by using the Medieval Chola king Raja Raja Chola.
In the initial days, the park was no longer maintained as the locality turned into overcrowded and ill-ventilated.However, the park is reasonably maintained now. As a part of the makeover operations in the lead up to the 1994 World Tamil Conference, motor boating centers had been introduced inside the Sivaganga Tank. A toy teach, motor boating centers and a miniature zoological garden are located inside the park. The Thanjavur Municipal Library is likewise situated in the precincts of the park.