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CN Tower in Toronto

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The Iconic CN Tower in Toronto

Named as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the CN Tower is a major shopping and entertainment destination offering visitors a wide range of attractions, exhibits and dining with awe-inspiring views of downtown Toronto. In addition to unique attractions like EdgeWalk, the Glass Floor, and a rotating restaurant, this national icon is often lit at night with celebratory illumination throughout the year.


Hours -

Attractions are open Sunday-Thursday, from 9am-10pm; Friday-Saturday from 9am-10:30pm.

Prices -

Entrance to the tower is free, but there is a fee for attractions.


  • Nighttime Tower Lighting
  • Holiday shopping events
  • Private parties


  • Glass Floor
  • EdgeWalk
  • 3D Movies
  • Shopping
  • Dining

The Glass Floor

This must-see attraction at the CN Tower offers a clear view of the city from 342m (1,122 ft.) high. Visitors can walk, crawl, sit, or jump on the 2 ½-inch thick glass floor that offers an unobstructed view straight down to the city streets. After your visit to the Glass Floor, be sure to check out the outdoor SkyTerrace, where you can experience the open air at 342m (1,122') up!

Gift Certificates

The CN Tower offers gift certificates for dining, shopping and attractions. Gift certificates are available in denominations of $25, $50 and $100 and can be used most places inside the CN Tower, except the EdgeWalk. Dedicated EdgeWalk gift cards cost $197.75 and are valid for one visit.


  • What attractions are at the tower?

    There are several attractions, including the Glass Floor, Lookout, Skypod, EdgeWalk, the Legends of Flight 3D movie, and the exciting Himalamazon ride.
  • Is food available at the CN tower?

    Yes, visitors can enjoy affordable fresh market fare at Le Café, upscale bistro fare at Horizons Restaurant, and upscale dining highlighted by revolving city views at 360 The Restaurant.

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