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Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton

(4.2/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Defining the city skyline with prominent glass pyramids, Muttart Conservatory is renowned for plant science in western Canada. The botanical garden consists of three greenhouses and four glass pyramids displaying plant species found across three biomes. See plant species from temperate, arid, and tropical climates in three of the pyramids and observe ever-changing seasonal displays in the fourth. The conservatory aims to reserve and grow its botanical collections and share knowledge with visitors. The site also offers a gift shop and on-site café. Our Edmonton trip itinerary builder makes visiting Muttart Conservatory and other Edmonton attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This place is amazing! Within each glass pyramid they have set up different climates and planted trees, shrubs and flowers that grow in those climates. You can travel the whole world in a matter of an...  more »
  • Very interesting place to visit with out of towners. Took my parents here for a walk around the pyramids. They are avid gardeners so were very impressed by the variety of plants, shrubs and trees. It ...  more »
  • It was a cold day that we decided to escape to the sights and smells of the Muttart. We enjoyed the visit, my second time. The only negative I have is the signs that tell the species of plants are spo...  more »
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  • I have been coming to muttart's since they were first opened many years ago. I find it now has a much nicer look. The pyramids are very well maintained. The plants materials healthier. A nice way to spend a few hours. You can wonder on your own or get a guide tour. Have not eaten in there very nice little restraint. In the summer you can enjoy the walk about look at what new for the year in flower. Enjoy a day out.
  • It's not the Louvre Museum, it just looks like one Pros: Seeing the Pyramid buildings of the Muttart Conservatory, enormous diversity of flower and plant species Great for Photo enthusiasts Accesible near bus stop Cons: It would be better if they have a little more coffee shop or restaurant near the area, 2 hours enough to visit the whole place, small Total Damage: $12.50 each (adult) $37.00 (family) Experience: The place is great for taking pictures if you are in a flowery,chillax mood. Very vibrant and colorful. You will be able to see five unique glass pyramids. Arid, Temperate, Feature and Tropical that feature different flowers and plants around the world. It'll just take an hour and a half or so to appreciate the view and take pictures. A must visit if you are visiting or living in Edmonton. Will I go back? : Yes, If I am going to tour a friend who has not been here or if there is a new event.
  • Large variety of plants that are swapped out every few months for a new experience every time you go. Nice looking, and overall good experience. Oh, and they have a gift shop.
  • I bought a year's pass and it quickly paid for itself. The fact that the feature pyramid is changed out so frequently is impressive. Each pyramid is interesting in its own way and is different every time you go. I go about twice a month to take advantage of the warmth and humidity of the tropical pyramid. A great place to bring a book, bring a journal, or just sit and meditate.
  • An oasis of colour and warmth takes the chill off winter. Four worlds that delight the senses in the heart of Edmonton. Well worth the visit!