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CN Tower: powerful sensations


This marvel of civil engineering was until 2010, the tallest free-standing structure in the world and also one of the city's most popular spots for marriage proposals.

Built in 1976 (it took 40 months and cost 63 million dollars) and the tallest free-standing structure in the world for over 34 years, the iconic CN Tower overlooks the city from its 553.33 metres. After an ascent of 346 metres in 53 seconds, enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the LookOut level.

Dine at the upscale bistro Horizons, or play with your nerves on the all-glass observation deck, located more than 300 metres above ground. An independent ticket gives access to 33 additional floors as well as the SkyPod at 465 metres. Attached to a safety cable, thrill seekers can pit themselves against gravity on the Edge Walk, the narrow 1.5 metre wide ledge located 356 metres above the void.

End your visit at 360, the gourmet restaurant of the tower, known as a popular spot for marriage proposals, with its rotating floor that makes a full revolution in 72 minutes. This iconic Toronto landmark welcomes about 1.5 million visitors a year.

CN Tower
301 Front St W
ON M5V 2T6

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