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Built in 1975, the CN Tower was at one point the tallest free standing structure in the world. At 554.3m (181 stories), it is twice the height of the Eiffel Tower. It is the most recognizable structure on the Toronto skyline.

About 2M people visit the tower each year. The 360 Restaurant is a rotating restaurant at the top of the tower.

Located on Front Street near the Rogers Centre and the Toronto Convention Centre, the CN Tower is one of Toronto’s most popular tourist attractions. Rride in a glass elevator to the glass floored observation deck for a one of a kind view of the city. Kids under the age of three years are free and additional tickets and attraction packages can be purchased online. The CN tower offers several different options depending on budget needs. They are family friendly with stroller access and washrooms offering diaper stations.


301 Front St. W, Toronto (At John St.)
416 868 6937
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