The Muttart Conservatory remains closed in compliance with the current provincial public health orders. We look forward to welcoming visitors back when it is deemed safe to do so, and we are excited to show off improvements that have been made to the facility over the past 18 months. The Muttart has been identified in Step 3 of the Province’s relaunch plan. We are caring for the plants and preparing for when we are able to reopen.
The Muttart Conservatory is a living museum and our four pyramids house plants from all around the world. Each pyramid offers unique environmental conditions from three different biomes: temperate, arid, and tropical, and a themed Feature pyramid that changes 5-7 times a year.
- Please stay on the designated paths through the pyramids and walk carefully as paths may be slippery; running and climbing will not be tolerated.
- Please do not touch the plants or take flowers, leaves, cuttings or fruits from the pyramids.
- The Muttart Conservatory is a multi-use space where people come to learn and relax. Please ensure that the space is used respectfully and keep voices lowered.
- Food and drinks are not permitted in the pyramids.
- Only service animals with proper documentation are allowed inside the Muttart Conservatory; please leave your pets at home.
- Please do not throw coins into our fish ponds; if you would like to make a donation, please speak with our Front Counter staff.
- Bikes, skateboards, rollerblades, etc. are to be left outside.
We encourage our visitors to photograph the biodiversity that is found in our pyramids but please keep the following in mind:
- Tripods are allowed in the pyramids on weekdays but we restrict tripod use on weekends and holidays (subject to change) due to increased usage of the facility.
- All photo sessions and wedding ceremonies need to be booked in advance (e.g. family, engagement, wedding, graduation photo shoots). Please call 311, who will direct you to our Bookings team.