Special Update

Effective October 3, the CN Tower will suspend its operations to do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and hopefully help to flatten the curve. 

The health and safety of our staff and guests is our priority.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we look forward to welcoming guests back to the Tower as soon as public health authorities and Canada Lands Company determine that it is safe to do so.

For guests who have questions regarding tickets they have already purchased, please contact our team at tickets@cntower.ca

114 Spooky Stories: Haunted Histories from Above and Beyond

114 Stories X 114 Storeys : Haunted histories from above and beyond

The 114 Stories X 114 Storeys exhibit showcases our city’s diverse cultures and communities through stories and images of famous Toronto sites, visible from our observation levels. In the spirit of Halloween, the CN Tower and The Haunted Walk of Toronto partnered to share some of the city’s spookiest stories, set against the backdrop of some of Toronto’s best-known haunts.

Tower partners with U of T on pop-up park

Pebb and Hex display filled with trees, lights and seating

Developed by the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture and Design at the University of Toronto, the PEBBS + HEX pop-up park will be featured on the CN Tower Patio beginning July 25 and will be in place until early December.

Night Lighting

CN Tower lit in rainbow colours

Starting April 1 the CN Tower will be lit blue at the top of each hour in solidarity with health care and other essential workers who are working tirelessly to keep us safe. We will also continue our rainbow show at the bottom of each hour as a symbol of strength, unity and hope. You can now watch our nightly light shows live on our website!

At Home Activities

#mycntower Building Challenge

Looking for fun activities to do at home? We’ve added some great colouring sheets from our 114 Stories X 114 Storeys exhibit in collaboration with the Toronto Public Library, some fun engineering activities from the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers, a scavenger hunt, some trivia questions and a Tower building challenge.

360's "Top" Recipes

Canadian Seafood Chowder

Love to cook? Then check out these mouth-watering recipes brought to you by 360 Restaurant. 

Accessibility at the CN Tower

Ribbon cutting with kids for new observation deck

We are committed to providing a barrier-free environment for everyone, and we continue to engage experts to help us upgrade our facilities to achieve this. The CN Tower is proud to be Accessibility Certified by the Rick Hansen Foundation. We are now undertaking further improvements to achieve the foundation’s gold-level certification.

Sustainability at the CN Tower

Sustainability image

The CN Tower is committed to contributing to a sustainable environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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