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CN Tower, Toronto

Categories: Observation Decks, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 14,000+ reviews on the web
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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  • Very nice panoramic view. Beautiful colors in autumn. We see better when it's sunny. The queue can be long.
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  • Did the CN tower with a 9 and 12 year old and they LOVED it. Went up to the sky pod level. Not for those that fear heights, as I believe we were 147 floors up! We did this on our first day in Toronto ...  read more »
  • There are just so many times one can pay $75 to ride an elevator! Lol. But once in a lifetime experience 
  • Went on the CN tower over Labour day weekend, The view was awesome. We had to wait in a very long line to go up (1 hour 45 minutes to be exact) but the wait was well worth it!. Walked on the glass floor and also went up to the sky pod. If u have patience and can wait in the line trust me it's well worth it. I went with my wife and two daughters and we made it up there just in time for the sun to set. Awesome views. Will be back soon!!. No matter if u go when they open or u go when they are about to close, there will always be a waiting time to go up.
  • Beautiful views of the city from about 1,200 feet up. It gives you a good feel for how the city is laid out. You can see small planes landing at the airport on one of the islands to City Hall and beyond. If you eat at 360 The Restaurant, your admission to the CN Tower is included. mike4travel DOT com/blog/not-just-the-beautiful-view-makes-this-a-must-see It is also a very good meal as well and definitely worth it!
  • Great tower but a bit pricey especially for a family. it only took ten minutes of queueing to get to the top but before that there are interesting information and pictures of it being built. There are two floors one inside and the other outside. Here you can see into the Rogers stadium and hear the crowd. There is also a glass floor which is great fun. The souvenir shop was very good value.
  • Great view, but one employee was very unprofessional... I recorded the ride going up the elevator ride and the lady that was working there was doing a speech, about the CN tower and how tall is it... Afterward she asked us if we had any questions.. Then someone asked "Do you ever get tired of doing this?" She said "Doesn't my face say it all?!" and she starts laughing... This makes me feel disgusted and dont want to come back. If you hate your job then keep it to yourself and or quit. If you want the video proof, just look it up on my channel or send me an email...
  • The wait time are really long to both get in the CN Tower and to get out. The elevators are packed so tightly you can't even turn around, so you don't get really any view while going up or down the elevator. The glass floor is pretty neat, but definitely not what I was expecting. It's really small and really crowded, also pretty scratched up and dirty so the view isn't the best. It's a fun experience, but nothing super exciting.
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