C N Tower, Toronto
About C N Tower, Toronto
C N Tower, Toronto - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 301 Front Street West Toronto, Ontario M5V 2T6 Canada
Ticket Price: 35 CAD
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 10:30 pm Details
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The CN Tower is an imposing communications Tower in Canada. The observation deck of the tower will be able to give you some spectacular views of the city.
The Glass floor at 342meters tall is perhaps one of the most exciting things to do at the tower. It is an almost terrifying experience to stand on clear glass and look down at that height. The main deck of the tower certainly has an amazing view. The observation deck at 346 meters above ground provides a brilliant panoramic view of the surrounding area. But if you want to go even higher than that you can by visiting the Sky Pod which is at a whopping 447meters above ground. Being one of the highest observation areas in the world, the Sky Pod in the CN tower is bound to be a rare experience for most visitors. Amazingly, if the weather plays along, you can actually see the Niagara falls from this amazing vantage point. For daredevils and adrenaline junkies they also have an activity called the edge walk where you get to experience the real majesty of the tower by hanging off the edge of it.
There is also a restaurant where you can have brunch, lunch or dinner while enjoying the amazing view. Visit it during the day for the best experience. The CN Tower certainly is a must visit for any visitor to Toronto.
Being one of the largest buildings in Canada, the C N Tower with its unique glass floors and towering heights serves as a great tourist attraction for all. A certain C N Tower Ticket Prices should be paid for entering the place. The Tickets for C N Tower can be directly availed from the premises on visits. The C N Tower Tickets differs for different age groups with little concession on the C N Tower Ticket Costs for children and seniors. Ensure to Buy Tickets for C N Tower early or later it will get harder to get one.
C N Tower Information
- Group visitors should call ahead as they have several packages and experiences that can be arranged.
- Although the tower is best visited during the day, night time is also an amazing experience. The top of the tower is lit up in different colors almost every day making it a very intriguing feature.
C N Tower Ticket Prices
- Given ticket is for tower experience for adults.
- Adults(13-64): 35 CAD
- Senior(65+): 30 CAD
- Child(4-12): 25 CAD
- For combo passes and other details please refer official website.
C N Tower Opening and Closing Hours
- For detailed timings please refer to official website.
How To reach C N Tower by Public Transport
- By Train: Union Station is very close by.
- By Tram: Trams 317 and 510 stops at Spadina Ave at Bremner Blvd North Side light rail station.
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
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An absolute must do when in Toronto the $37 entry price is a little steep but I thought it was worth it. Views are stunning from the Bubble which is on two levels one level is indoor with floor to ceiling windows and the lower floor is open to the elements. Check out the glass floor which is either exhilarating or terrifying depending on your attitude. The restaurant has a good menu and not too expensive for such a touristy location. There is the option for doing the edge walk at $250 one of our party did this and for him it was an unforgettable and unique experience. For a further $12 you can travel to the higher and smaller bubble and take in the views from there but we did not do that.
Seeing Toronto from up in the sky? Done! Views are incredible. We were there at sunset and we went up to the pod. I would recommend that to everyone. The personnel is friendly and efficient. There were lots of people but everything flowed smoothly and without a long wait. The ticket office is helpful in helping you choose your option. The guys in the lifts take care that everyone is feeling comfortable in the impressive ride up the tower. Well done to all the staff there: they gifted us a memorable evening, to be remembered!
Amazing place to visit... The glass floor on the top floor is quite challenging at first to walk on.. but when you take the plunge... you feel fab... It was quite windy on the evening of March when I went there along with my cousin... The view from top of Toronto city is amazing.. you get to see the sea and an Ice Skating rink and much more... A MUST VISIT kind of a place if you happen to be in Toronto...
This is a great place to visit for the first time, and the high price is totally justified. You can save the $12 they charge for the skypod. It's not worth it. The views are just the same. Be prepared for long queues depending on the day and time. Best time to visit is before sundown - this way you will be able to get the city view in light, watch the sunset, and get the awesome night view. There is a restaurant at the observation deck - not sure how expensive it is though. The elevator ride is awesome. Try to be near the door for best views - ear popping is complimentary!
Enjoyable experience with smooth and quick elevator ride to the top. 20min queue on Fri 1pm. CN Tower viewing platform delivers the view one would expect, especially in sunny weather. There is a restaurant on main level as well as edge walk - most of the world towers provides this experience and I would recommend it, if budget permits.
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