What's Nearby

Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the CN Tower is within easy reach of many other attractions, whether just down the street or in one of the many exciting neighbourhoods that Canada’s biggest city has to offer. 

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Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Immerse yourself in our 9 galleries, featuring over 20,000 marine animals from all over the world, right beside the CN Tower.

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Rogers Centre

Take in a game at Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays—Canada's only Major League Baseball team.

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Steam Whistle Brewery and Biergärten

This beloved Toronto brewery gives tours of its historic facility, a brick railway roundhouse close to the CN Tower.

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Toronto Railway Museum

Located across the street from the Tower, visitors can go on guided tours, ride a miniature train, and see a museum inside another historic Toronto landmark.

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Scotiabank Arena

Scotiabank Arena is home to the National Basketball Association’s Toronto Raptors and the National Hockey League’s Toronto Maple Leafs.

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Toronto Islands

Sheltering Toronto Harbour, these are the only islands in western Lake Ontario, home to parks, beaches and an amusement park.

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TIFF Bell Lightbox

The heart of the Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF Bell Lightbox boasts five cinemas, expertly curated programs and fabulous dining.

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Princess of Wales Theatre

This modern theatre, built by the father and son producing team of David and Ed Mirvish, has since become the home of classic and contemporary musical productions.

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Art Gallery of Ontario

Founded in 1900, the AGO is one of the largest galleries in North America, with a particular focus on Indigenous and Canadian art.

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The Second City

The Second City is the world's premier comedy theatre, with critically-acclaimed live improv and sketch comedy shows on stage every night. 

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Hockey Hall of Fame

Encounter hockey history through the world's finest hockey artifacts, interactive games, a replica NHL dressing room—and the coveted Stanley Cup itself.

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St. Lawrence Market

Step back in time at this historic market, filled with food vendors that show off Toronto's distinct gastronomical identity.

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Market Gallery

Part of the Toronto History Museums, a collective of 10 museums connecting local communities to Toronto’s past, present and future through diverse perspectives

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Little Canada

Experience the wonder of Canada and embark a journey through a vast and highly detailed animated miniature attraction. Located at Yonge and Dundas Square. 

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The Distillery District

A revitalized Victorian industrial complex, the Distillery District is now an arts, culture and entertainment destination.

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Royal Ontario Museum

Canada's largest museum is home to more than 13 million art objects and natural history specimens.

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Casa Loma

Built in 1914, this sprawling castle features secret passageways, period furnishings and breathtaking city views.

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Downsview Park

A former aerospace manufacturing site, today it boasts 291 acres of parkland with space events, sports and recreation, all year long.

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Ontario Science Centre

Where questions spark discovery! The Ontario Science Centre invites you to an exciting visit full of exploration, adventure and innovation!

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Yorkdale Shopping Centre

With 270 stores & restaurants, Yorkdale Shopping Centre is Canada’s premier shopping destination and home to the largest collection of luxury brands in the country

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Toronto Zoo

Home to animals from every corner of the world, the Toronto Zoo is a world-class educational and research centre that helps wildlife and their natural habitats.

Toronto CityPass

Toronto CityPASS® saves more than 40% off admission at Toronto's top 5 attractions – including CN Tower. Visit the attractions at your own pace, in any order, over a 9-day period. One easy purchase and mobile ticket delivery saves you time and money.