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CN Tower, Toronto

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Observation Deck Architectural Building
Arguably Toronto's most recognizable attraction, CN Tower held the record for world's tallest building upon its completion in 1976. Still one of the world's highest towers, this spindly icon remains a landmark of the city skyline. Ride the glass elevator to the top, where on a clear day you can take in views of the city from 553 m (1,815 ft) in the air. If you choose to have a meal at the revolving restaurant, elevator access is free of charge. For an extra dose of adrenaline, daredevils can take a short walk around the edge of the tower's main pod, just above the restaurant. Arrange to visit CN Tower and other attractions in Toronto using our Toronto vacation route planner.
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  • We went to the 360 Restaurant at the top of the tower on Victoria Day. We each had different selections from the 3 course dinner menu. I LOVED my selection "A Taste of Fogo Island". Service was excell...  more »
  • Fun but expensive, Security a little overdone. Wow what a view of the lake and city. Glass Floor freaked me out a bit. City pass makes these spots reasonable.  more »
  • The view from the CN tower was spectacular! We went on a clear night and could see all around the big city so clearly! Great night to be closer to the stars:)  more »
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  • Your trip to T.O. must include the iconic trip to the top of CN Tower! Best view anytime of the day. Watching the sun set is a spectacular way to start the evening! The night views of the city below are also inspiring. Don't forget to look downwards when you're standing on the glass floor. ☺️ While you're there, pay a visit to the Ripley's Aquarium too! (hard to miss the entrance!) Great place to explore the wonders of the ocean.
  • Admissions price is high, I think it was $50+ and then another $15+ to go all the way to the top. It is worth it for a first time visit. If you are afraid of heights, i would still say to go check it out. Highly recommend going all the way to the top to get the full experience. You can also pre-book a outside walk around the tower top where they strap you in and you are on the edge walking around. Gift shop is nice and don't forget to hit up the free movies at the bottom before you go. It gives you history on the tower and also Toronto. Location is right next to where the Blue Jays play baseball and the Ripley Aquarium.
  • Absolutely worth it! I wasn't going to come but I have friends living locally who hadn't done it for a while and said they'd be up for it, so we fit it in to a busy day and I'm glad we did. The views can't be beat, and the glass floor is scary as hell. So cool!
  • Well worth doing if you are in Toronto. However it is not a full 360 view as the restaurant is in part of it. You get good views towards the bay. Very rigorous security measures on entry which is good to know.
  • Awesome view of Toronto. The CN Tower gives tourists great 360 degree views of Toronto. You can see farther away on a sunny day but it is least crowded on a rainy day. You need to pay additional money to go up to the Skypod because it is not included in the ticket.