Edmonton’s Landmark Muttart Conservatory to close for 18 months from July 2019

Muttart Conservatory Photo Credit: Edmonton Tourism

City of Edmonton will be closing Muttart Conservatory in July of 2019 for approximately for 18 months for major refurbishment.

Since it opened in 1976, the Muttart’s vibrant, colourful, tranquil and inspirational pyramid display gardens have been a welcome oasis for visitors.

The Muttart Conservatory was designed by award-winning Canadian architect Peter Hemingway. It has four themed pyramids: Arid, Temperate, Tropical and Feature. The exhibits in the Feature pyramid change between five and seven times per year.

After the infrastructure upgrades, the conservatory is expected to reopen early 2021.

Home Edmonton’s landmark Muttart Conservatory and the iconic Edmonton Folk Festival – Gallagher Park will be revitalised with a 20 year vision plan to ensure that Gallagher Park remains a celebrated and cherished public space: to provide quality park space, offer an enhanced public realm to host events, optimize all season use of the park, and ensure integration of land use and programs in a manner that meets City-wide, partner and community needs.

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