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At a height of 553.33 m (1,815 ft., 5 in), the CN Tower is Canada’s National Tower, an engineering Wonder, award-winning dining & entertainment destination, and Toronto’s “must-see” for over 4 decades. Rocket to the top in a thrilling 58 second ride...more
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Was a tourist for the day and spent the day at the CN Tower. Pretty cool place with lots to do and see. We went up to the tower in the elevator which was pretty neat and quick, then walked outside and took some photos...More
Nice to say you've been up the CN Tower once in your life. Very expensive for an elevator ride if you're taking a few children. They enjoyed watching the planes taking off & landing, I think that was the highlight. Glass floor is so small,...More
We ate around sunset at the revolving restaurant, the weather was not cooperating but we could still see for miles! We had our photo's taken before we went up to eat and they found us before we were done. We recommend the pictures they take...More
It was so interesting! Loved it.
If you can, I suggest going at off hours. There is a lot to see and if there are too many people, it's hard to see past them. One bit of help is the moving path. Stay on that...More
Date of experience: February 2019
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Thank you for taking the time to share feedback, however we believe this is for our good friends Ripley's Aquarium who are located next door to us.
The view is spectacular but that’s the only thing why you should visit this place. Place is overcrowded and really expensive considering this is an attraction you’re done with in 20 minutes. In May 2018 there was some construction work so half of the place...More
After viewing the observation decks at the Willis tower, empire state building and the world trade center both pre and post 9/11, I'd have to say the CN tower is quite high, has an amazing view on a clear day, although of an ugly city....More
A must see, must do! Worth every penny. The glass floor was the only disappointing part of this experience... we thought there would be a larger expansive glass floor to walk over and experience, instead of a small area of approximately 25’ x 10’, but...More
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A reservation in the restaurant includes the ride up and you do not need to join the line. There is a separate desk you report to and a separate elevator you take up, This ride up includes all levels except the very top... More
A reservation in the restaurant includes the ride up and you do not need to join the line. There is a separate desk you report to and a separate elevator you take up, This ride up includes all levels except the very top floor. Save your ticket for another day or cancel it if you can.