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The Muttart Conservatory is unique at first sight. This innovative botanical garden sets the pace for plant science in western Canada and defines Edmonton’s skyline with striking glass pyramids rising from the river valley.
All reviews glass pyramids plant life plants and flowers climate zones corpse flower winter blues gift shop rainy day couple of hours special events spend an afternoon great place to visit temperate tropical arid biomes pavilions
There are 4 pyramids that represent the plants of different regions - 3 were permanent collections ane o s special display.
I took my 3 year old grandson and he had a wonderful time running up the ramps to the fifferent environments; desert,tropical and temperate....More
My daughter and I love the Muttart, We have an annual pass through the Naturally Edmonton pass and make good use of it. There are always multiple events through out the year coinciding with all the major holidays that are included free with your admission....More
Being daylight and green depived can get us down in the winter.
so take lots of trip to green houses it will lift you upand this is a very nice type of greenhouse comprised of three sections.
i really enjoyed going there.
make lots of...More
I took a visiting couple here. I had heard about it but never been. It was so great to walk through the different Pyramids and see such an array of plants from all over the world. Some I even recognized from places I had traveled...More
A nice escape from winter, well situated with plenty of light and spacious plant displays in a number of pyramid style structures. Has a number of themed presentations, according to a specific climate; for example, desert, or tropical plants are two of them A special...More
This innovative botanical garden sets the pace for plant science in western Canada. The Pyramids are amazing and whole centre is very well laid out and informative for the tourist, extremely interesting even if you are not into plants, great cafe with good food and...More
Visiting the Muttary Conservatory was not on my "to do" list at all, but the weather was too lovely to waste inside a windowless museum or gallery - so, off I went to the conservatory. As it turns out, I enjoyed the conservatory more than...More