As Canada's most celebrated attractions, this quintessential landmark and prized legacy of Toronto's skyline offers jaw-dropping views of the city below and beyond. Soaring 553.33m tall, Canada's National Tower, it has won the title of World's Tallest Tower for over three decades.
This internationally acclaimed landmark is not only a symbol of pride and achievement in Canada, but it is an entertainment and dining destination. Dine at the three restaurants, and enjoy a meal at 350 meters high. Take the glass-paneled elevator ride to the top of the tower in just 58 seconds. With four observation decks, guests can see 360-degree panoramic views of all of Toronto and Lake Ontario. Step out on the world's first glass floor offering views 1,122 feet straight down to the ground. From April-November, outdoor enthusiasts and thrill seekers flock to EdgeWalk at the CN Tower, a hands-free, outdoor walk along the tower's circumference. Check out the tower at night when its LED lights brighten the entire city skyline.
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Open daily from 9 am - 10:30 pm, 364 days a year, Closed on Christmas Day
CN Tower Climb
What is the CN Tower famous for?
Holding the title record for the tallest freestanding structure in North America, the CN Tower is more than an iconic Canadian symbol; it's a destination. Aesthetically pleasing to the eye and covered with over one thousand LED lights, the Tower's brilliance lights up the night sky. Get panoramic views from the top of Toronto and Lake Ontario. And from the higher SkyPod, you can see all the way to Niagara Falls. Dine at Horizons, Le Café or the award-winning revolving 360 Restaurant, and enjoy a meal 350-meters high. But the coolest feature of the CN Tower has to be Edgewalk, a hands-free walk along the roof of the tower’s main pod.
Can you climb the CN Tower in Toronto?
Yes, for those wanting to venture up 1,776 meaningful steps for a great cause, the CN Tower climb is the perfect event for you. Each year the WWF hosts their charity event at the CN Tower. All funds raised will go to stopping the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which wildlife, nature, and people thrive together.