CN Tower

The highest point in the city promises an adrenaline pumping experience. Whether you’re riding the glass elevator (the floor too!) 1,136 feet up for a view of the city like no other, or you’re adventurous enough to walk out onto the solid glass floor and peek at the ant-like cars below, you’re in for a heart-beating good time.

Feeling confident? Jump. It’ll hold you but your stomach may never be the same. Pose for a photo that will shock your friends at home and look like you’re suspended high over the gardens below.

To celebrate your acts of bravery dine in a restaurant that offers a 360-degree view of the city and a menu to match. On one side the planes landing at the island airport; on the other the lights of the city transforming the view as the sun sets. Settle in knowing that you’re in the hands of one of the city’s best restaurants and only steps from the World’s highest Wine Cellar.  Choose from one of the 9,000 bottles and toast a trip worth taking.

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Specific Contact Details

CN Tower
301 Front Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5V 2T6
Tel: (416) 868-6937

Experience Highlights

  • Just getting to the lookout point on a high-speed glass elevator will be worth brownie points back home. Top it by standing on a glass floor 131 stories above the earth.
  • Let your restaurant take you on a 360 degree tour of the city, then head below ground for a tour of the Himalayas on a simulation ride that will have you holding on to your seat.
  • Find a unique gift in a Marketplace with 10,000 square feet of options.

In the area

  • Your choices for places to stay are as luxe as you can handle.
  • Check out Canada’s ethnic neighbourhoods on a walking tour through.
  • Shop til you drop on Bloor West, Queen Street or Leslieville.
  • Take in a concert or basketball game at the Air Canada Centre down the street.
  • Board the ferry and spend the day looking back at the city from Centre island (only 20 minutes away).

Experience Availability

Open 364 days a year; Closed on December 25


Toronto, Ontario

Related Links

Toronto Tourism

Tourism Ontario

CN Tower