Easy parking in Henrietta Louise Edwards Park allows you quick access to two great areas of Edmonton. You can take a quick walk on... more » the Leilani Muir Pedestrian Bridge and enjoy the great views of downtown Edmonton or take a stroll over the pedestrian overpass onto the grounds of the Muttart Conservatory.
The Muttart Conservatory is one of Edmonton’s most iconic structures. Built in 1976 from an initial grant of $1 million form Gladys and Merrill Muttart, the conservatory grounds stand where a former brickyard and city dump operated. The pyramids display gardens are a welcome sight for all and provide relief during the long winter season. Designed by award-winning Canadian architect Peter Hemingway, the Muttart Conservatory officially opened in September 1976 and operates year round.
The grounds around the Conservatory are a beautiful, relaxing walk and you get some great views of the pyramid structures and the greenhouse operations. If you're hungry, you can drop in at Cullina's for a fantastic lunch right in the lobby of the Muttart. make sure you go into the Muttart and enjoy the displays. less «