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Skypod

Skypod section of the tower taken at eye level. Toronto below and clouds in the backround.

On a clear day, you can see as far as 160 kilometres (100 miles) from SkyPod—all the way to Niagara Falls and into New York State.

The antenna on top of SkyPod is longer than a football field and gets struck by lightning on an average of 75 times per year.

The CN Tower sways in the wind. At the SkyPod level, it can sway by almost half a metre (1.5 feet)! 
 

Skypod

SkyPod is the highest observation platform in the Western Hemisphere. From up here, 33 storeys higher than the Main Observation Level and 447 metres (1,465 feet) above the ground, you can feel the Tower sway in the wind.

On a clear day, you can see as far as 160 kilometres (100 miles) from SkyPod—all the way to Niagara Falls and into New York State.

The antenna on top of SkyPod is longer than a football field and gets struck by lightning on an average of 75 times per year.

The CN Tower sways in the wind. At the SkyPod level, it can sway by almost half a metre (1.5 feet)! 
 

EdgeWalk

Group of people leaning over the edge walk as viewed from the eye level.

Guinness World Records recognizes EdgeWalk as being the world’s highest external walk on a building.

EdgeWalk’s ledge is just 1.5 metres (5 feet) wide.

No matter how scary it looks, you’re always on solid ground: nearly 50 metric tons of steel were used to make EdgeWalk.

EdgeWalk

116 storeys up, walking along the outside edge of the CN Tower’s main pod, secured by only a harness—EdgeWalk is an experience like no other. Since opening in 2011, EdgeWalk has thrilled thousands and marked major milestones for guests of all kinds. Do you have what it takes to walk the Walk?

Guinness World Records recognizes EdgeWalk as being the world’s highest external walk on a building.

EdgeWalk’s ledge is just 1.5 metres (5 feet) wide.

No matter how scary it looks, you’re always on solid ground: nearly 50 metric tons of steel were used to make EdgeWalk.

360 Restaurant

6 people sitting at 3 tables eating dinner. Toronto city lights at night in the background

Guests dining at 360 Restaurant can enjoy more than dessert after their meal—they receive complimentary access to the rest of the Main Observation Level as well.

360 completes a rotation every 72 minutes, meaning every diner sees Toronto from every angle.
 

360 is a leader in sustainability, featuring Ocean Wise–certified seafood and many ingredients sourced from local producers around Ontario.

360 Restaurant

The CN Tower isn’t just an architectural marvel—it’s a culinary one, too. Home to the world’s highest wine cellar, 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower gets its name from the full rotation it makes, providing a dramatic backdrop that complements the cross-Canadian cuisine on offer.

Guests dining at 360 Restaurant can enjoy more than dessert after their meal—they receive complimentary access to the rest of the Main Observation Level as well.

360 completes a rotation every 72 minutes, meaning every diner sees Toronto from every angle.
 

360 is a leader in sustainability, featuring Ocean Wise–certified seafood and many ingredients sourced from local producers around Ontario.

Main observation level

Two people looking out the window. Holding cell phones in their hands to take photo

Our window walls are heavy duty: each panel weighs nearly half a metric tonne (988 pounds) and is nearly 7 centimetres (2.75 inches) thick!

There’s a time capsule embedded in our Main Observation Level that is to be opened on the Tower’s 100th birthday in 2076.

Thermochromic technology in the glass of our window walls adjusts to sunlight to allow for great photos all day and all night.

Main observation level

Step off our high-speed elevators on the Main Observation Level, and you’ll be 346 metres (1,136 feet) above ground. Our window walls give guests of every height the chance to see the full sweep of the cityscape, the perfect setting for taking photos and making memories. For a different perspective, our Glass Floor lets you look straight down—through the original Glass Floor from 1994, one level below!

Our window walls are heavy duty: each panel weighs nearly half a metric tonne (988 pounds) and is nearly 7 centimetres (2.75 inches) thick!

There’s a time capsule embedded in our Main Observation Level that is to be opened on the Tower’s 100th birthday in 2076.

Thermochromic technology in the glass of our window walls adjusts to sunlight to allow for great photos all day and all night.

Glass floor

Two people sitting on the glass floor. The ground is visible far below.

Our Glass Floor can withstand the weight of 35 moose—or more than three orcas!

Each panel is 6.3 centimetres (2.5 inches) thick, including a scuff plate, four 1.25-centimetre (0.5-inch) layers of glass and a pocket of air for insulation.

When it opened in 1994, our original Glass Floor was the first of its kind in the world. Our new Glass Floor, completed in 2018, created the “two-tiered” version you see today.

Glass floor

Due to construction, our original glass floor is temporarily closed to guests, but you can still experience the thrill of walking, crawling, and even dancing on the glass floor on our Main Observation Level, with a view straight down to the ground, 114 storeys below!

Our Glass Floor can withstand the weight of 35 moose—or more than three orcas!

Each panel is 6.3 centimetres (2.5 inches) thick, including a scuff plate, four 1.25-centimetre (0.5-inch) layers of glass and a pocket of air for insulation.

When it opened in 1994, our original Glass Floor was the first of its kind in the world. Our new Glass Floor, completed in 2018, created the “two-tiered” version you see today.

High-speed elevators

Two people looking through the window of the elevator. The city in the background.

Glass floor panels were installed in the elevators in 2008 to give guests a better look of how quickly they were travelling to the top.

LED lights line the outside of the CN Tower from the ground level to the top of the building, illuminating each night in honour of major Canadian cultural moments, charities and special causes.

The CN Tower’s three “legs” are designed to taper off as they reach the Main Observation Level to lower the building’s centre of gravity and limit the effect of wind.

High-speed elevators

Our high-speed elevators take you from the ground floor to the Main Observation Level in 58 seconds at a speed of 22 kilometres per hour (15 miles per hour). Your ears might pop from the change in altitude, and your heart will definitely be racing as you lift off to the top of the city.

Glass floor panels were installed in the elevators in 2008 to give guests a better look of how quickly they were travelling to the top.

LED lights line the outside of the CN Tower from the ground level to the top of the building, illuminating each night in honour of major Canadian cultural moments, charities and special causes.

The CN Tower’s three “legs” are designed to taper off as they reach the Main Observation Level to lower the building’s centre of gravity and limit the effect of wind.

Gift shop

Shelves and displays with items for sale

Look up at the ceiling when you’re in the store—the geometric metal sculpture, inspired by aurora borealis (the northern lights) can illuminate in a dazzling number of ways! 

No admission is required to visit the Gift Shop. Drop by whenever you’re nearby to see what’s new!

Forgot to buy something during your visit? You can also browse our Gift Shop online for souvenirs, clothing and gift certificates.

Gift shop

Be sure to browse the Tower’s Gift Shop to find the perfect memento of your visit. With works by Indigenous artists, great gifts from local designers and unique CN Tower memorabilia, the shop has a little bit of everything that makes us Canada’s celebration destination.

Look up at the ceiling when you’re in the store—the geometric metal sculpture, inspired by aurora borealis (the northern lights) can illuminate in a dazzling number of ways! 

No admission is required to visit the Gift Shop. Drop by whenever you’re nearby to see what’s new!

Forgot to buy something during your visit? You can also browse our Gift Shop online for souvenirs, clothing and gift certificates.

Base

The CN Tower sign outside, at the base of the tower

Inside the concrete Tower are hundreds of bundles of steel cables that are tightened to create a strong, flexible “skeleton.”

Copper strips run the length of the Tower to conduct electricity from a lightning strike and disperse it safely into the ground.

The land that the CN Tower is built on is actually reclaimed from Lake Ontario! The city’s shoreline used to be just south of Front Street.

Base

You’re back down to earth at the base of the CN Tower, where you can grab a drink at Le Café. Or let the kids enjoy KidZone, an area with kid-friendly furniture and touchscreen video game consoles with easy-to-play, family-rated games. KidZone is located just beside the Gift Shop and access is free! Before you leave to see the rest of the city, take a minute to explore the grounds outside the CN Tower—and don’t forget to look up!

Inside the concrete Tower are hundreds of bundles of steel cables that are tightened to create a strong, flexible “skeleton.”

Copper strips run the length of the Tower to conduct electricity from a lightning strike and disperse it safely into the ground.

The land that the CN Tower is built on is actually reclaimed from Lake Ontario! The city’s shoreline used to be just south of Front Street.