Toronto, Canada

The CN Tower

The CN Tower can boast its status as the highest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere. Since its completion in 1975, it has retained its reputation as a world-class attraction with views, restaurants, and activities like nowhere else.

As one of the tallest man-made structures in the world, the CN Tower is a must-visit attraction to check off your bucket list. Rising 553.33 meters/1,815.4 feet—taller than the new One World Trade Center in New York by some 11 meters/36 feet—it is the third tallest tower in the world.

The tower offers several viewing options of the city of Toronto from the LookOut glass-front elevators to the Glass Floor, where you can stand on glass panels with a 342 meter/1,112 foot drop right below your feet, to the amazing SkyPod level at the highest accessible point. The 360 degree views can reach up to 100 miles on a clear day.

Dining in the Sky

Horizons restaurant on the LookOut level offers family-fare dining with spectacular views. The facilities are open to the public for special events and parties. Up the elevator is the revolving 360 Restaurant, an award-winning dining experience where patrons can enjoy an ever-changing view. With the selection of the price fixe menu, enjoy complimentary access to LookOut and Glass Floor.

Venture Outside

On the Glass Floor, you can step out onto the Outdoor Sky Terrace to truly experience what it’s like to be high above the city. If that isn’t challenging enough, the tower offers EdgeWalk—in full safety harness gear, dare to walk outside on a five-foot wide path and dangling above the city