The CN Tower is pleased to offer Low Sensory Mornings on scheduled days throughout the year.

In partnership with Autism Ontario and Variety Village, we have adapted the CN Tower experience to provide our guests with sensory sensitivities further ways to enjoy their visit. Team members have received training through Autism Ontario and are happy and ready to assist throughout the journey within the Tower.

Guests visiting during Low Sensory Mornings will find:

  • Reduced capacities throughout the CN Tower, including within the elevators.
  • Adjustments to lighting and audio-visual elements within the building.
  • A music-free environment.

In addition, we are happy to offer:

  • Social stories here and here, to provide visual guides for our guests to navigate the CN Tower.
  • Activities to provide further enrichment and engagement during the visit.
  • A quiet space, for guests who may require a break from our observation levels.
  • Sensory kits, designed by Variety Village, with items to assist guests during their visit. Guests requesting to use one of the complimentary sensory kits (for themselves or for a member of their party), will be asked to leave a piece of government-issued ID to secure the kit during its use. The ID will be given back when the kit is returned to the Guest Services desk.
Upcoming Low Sensory Morning dates

Every Low Sensory Morning will take place for 90 minutes after opening

  • June 9

  • June 23

  • July 7

  • August 11

  • September 8

  • September 22

  • October 6

  • October 20

  • November 3

  • November 17

  • December 1

  • December 15

  • December 29

Tickets can be purchased onsite at Guest Services, or online

Icon for Sensory Sensitive Mornings at the Tower

If you're buying online, look out for this symbol, which indicates the time slots for Low Sensory Mornings.

Low Sensory Mornings take place during the first two time slots on the indicated days, and finish 90 minutes after opening. 


Kindly note: The Top’s first level is accessible, however its second level can only be accessed by traversing 12 stairs. By way of design, The Top's elevator and viewing areas consist of smaller and confined spaces, which may present challenges for those with sensory sensitivities. A team member would be happy to assist in answering questions related to The Top.

The CN Tower is proud to be a partner of Easter Seals Canada’s Access 2 Entertainment Program. This program provides a dignified and positive entertainment experience for people with disabilities who require a support person. Each Access 2 Card will permit one complimentary General Admission ticket for a support person. If purchasing tickets online in advance, please do not purchase a ticket for the support person. 

On the day of your visit, please visit Guest Services and present your already-purchased ticket(s) and your Access 2 Card, to receive complimentary admission for the support person. If purchasing your tickets onsite, a Guest Services team member can assist you with your entire transaction. A support person is an adult who accompanies a person with a permanent disability to assist with services that are not provided by the employees at the participating venue, such as assistance with eating, administering medication, communication, and use of the facilities. For more information visit access2card.ca

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