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Escape to the Pyramids

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 river valley.

Inside the pyramids, three biomes are in the Conservatory’s year-round displays. A fourth pyramid houses creative feature displays, changing up to eight times a year. As an accredited museum, the Muttart Conservatory preserves and grows one of Canada’s largest botanical collections, and shares knowledge and enthusiasm with visitors.

Live music, dance, fine art showcases, and handcrafting programs from the Conservatory’s experienced instructors bring nature and art together.

Culina Muttart offers one of Edmonton’s best dining experiences, and can cater private celebrations. The Muttart Conservatory is a popular spot for unforgettable occasions.

Buy Tickets Online

Purchase your Muttart Conservatory Admission in advance.

Lost Mummy at the Muttart Oct 30.

The Taste of Tuscany feature display runs October 8-November 13.

Have you visted Muttart within the last 40 years? Your photos could win you prizes!
The pyramids provide an opportunity to learn and see something new every visit.
Take a moment to enjoy fresh, local comfort food at Culina Muttart.
The Muttart Conservatory has educational programs and courses for all ages.


Mon - Wed 10am-5pm
Thu 10am-9pm
Fri - Sun 10am-5pm
Holidays 10am-5pm
Closed Christmas Day


9626 96A Street
Edmonton, Alberta

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Muttart Conservatory is proud to be re-designated as a Recognized Museum from 2014-2019, by the Alberta Museums Association.

For More Information

Muttart Conservatory

9626 - 96A Street
Edmonton, AB
T6C 4L8


If you are outside Edmonton call: 780-442-5311


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