Escape to the Pyramids
One of Edmonton’s most iconic structures, the Muttart Conservatory offers a year-round escape into the beauty of the world’s plant life.
Vibrant, colourful, tranquil and inspirational, the pyramids’ display gardens are a welcome oasis for all.
Designed by award-winning Canadian architect Peter Hemingway, the Muttart Conservatory officially opened in September 1976. The Muttart Foundation donated half of the Conservatory's original $2 million construction cost. The City of Edmonton and the Province of Alberta provided the balance of funding.
Come See Our Rare Plants
Amorphophallus Titanum - The "Giant Corpse Flower" or "Titum Arum", nature's tallest flowering plant.
Agave Americana - The desert plant, named Beila, has spent 35 years in the Arid Pyramid.
Come marvel at the abundance of daffodils, which are symbolic for the Cancer Society and cancer victims.
Culina Muttart Café
A favourite of food lovers in Edmonton, the Culina family is a welcome addition to the Muttart Conservatory.
Plan Your Event
For more information:
Muttart Conservatory9626 - 96A Street
If you are outside Edmonton call: 780-442-5311