Calgary Tower, Calgary
About Calgary Tower, Calgary
Calgary Tower, Calgary - Address, Phone Number
Address: 101 9 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 1J9, Canada
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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An iconic landmark of the city, as you head to Downtown Calgary, it’s difficult to ignore this looming structure in Calgary’s skyline. Although it’s now engulfed by similarly tall buildings, the view from this observation deck is still quite breathtaking.
Standing tall 191 meters above the ground, the top rim of the tower is illuminated at night. Stop for a bite at the 360 degrees revolving restaurant at the top of the tower.
How To reach Calgary Tower by Public Transport
- EB 9 Av S@ Centre St S (bus stop).
Restaurants Near Calgary Tower
- Sky 360
- Ruth's Chris Steak House – Calgary
- Charcut Roast House
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Calgary Tower, Calgary Reviews - Write a Review
Very beautiful views. Plan to have lunch in there restaurant, you wont have to pay for the regular ticket and the food is pretty good. The restaurant turns around 360° while you are eating. Great experience
I had forgotton how awesome this gem in the heart of downtown Calgary is. Last time I was there was 1998, and it's still a great viewing platform to see the city. Makes a great date night location, or family outing, or just a place to have a beer or soft drink, sit back and let the city roll around you. It's known world wide as the Torch that lit the 1988 winter games. Treat yourself to an almost mile high ride to what used to be the Top of Calgary!
The Calgary Tower is a fun stop and must do in the city. Some people may not want to pay for a ticket to look out the window, but I thought it was worth it. The glass bottom floor is fun and the 360 panoramic views of the city stretching all the way to the foothills of the Rockies is pretty cool. It was a clear day the day that I went, so the ring of mountains around the city was looming in the horizon. When you go, just make sure that it is a clear and sunny day to get the best bang for your buck in terms of the spectacular views. And, it is great for shots of Calgary's towering downtown skyscrapers.
Excellent staff, from serving the reservation, host seating me to the table, and the patient waitress waiting for my order. This is a perfect spot to see the city from up high. Dining here allows you the opportunity to watch from the observation deck all for the price of your meal. Prices of the meals range from $22-$30. Beer ranges from $8-$10. Cocktails range from $12-18. The views are wonderful while eating a nice lunch.
Went during beaker day and I didn't know they would block off a quarter of the Calgary tower which really sucked because we weren't able to experience the tower in full. Otherwise the views were great! It was my first time returning in a decade and I was very surprised at how nice the views were.
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