“Edmonton’s most iconic structures”
One of Edmonton’s most iconic structures, the Muttart Conservatory offers a year-round escape into the beauty of the world’s plant life. Vibrant, colourful, tranquil and inspirational, the pyramids’ display gardens are a welcome oasis for all. Designed by award-winning Canadian architect Peter Hemingway, the Muttart Conservatory officially opened in September 1976. The Muttart Foundation donated half of the Conservatory's original $2 million construction cost. The City of Edmonton and the Province of Alberta provided the balance of funding.
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