• Toronto Skyline


CN Tower

Floor to ceiling panoramic views

Soaring 553 metres high above the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower may not be the world's tallest building but it remains the iconic symbol of Toronto.

Take a glass-fronted lift up 342 metres to the LookOut floor, or 447 metres up to the SkyPod for 360-degree views of up to 100 miles. On a clear day, you can even spot Niagara Falls in the distance.

If you are feeling brave, step onto the glass floor and look down at the city below; an experience made for dare devils. For those seeking even more adrenaline, harness up for the EdgeWalk; the tower’s most exciting activity which puts you on the edge of the tower’s main pod, 356 metres above ground. While safely harnessed to a rail system above your head, lean back over downtown Toronto as you make your way around the tower.

For those of us who would rather take in the panoramic vistas from a less dizzying position, the revolving 360 restaurant sits just a few floors below and gives a whole new meaning to dining with a view.