At 553.3 meters, this is one of the world's tallest buildings. Since its spectacular opening in 1976, the CN Tower has hosted ... More
At 553.3 meters, this is one of the world's tallest buildings. Since its spectacular opening in 1976, the CN Tower has hosted close to two million visitors a year. One of the most exciting ways to see the world is from the exterior, glass-floored observation deck, located 342 meters above the ground. Go up to the Space Deck at 447 meters and marvel at a spectacular 160-kilometer view. The revolving 360 Restaurant and Horizons Bar complete the dizzying picture.
We found the restaurant wonderful. The view was magnificent and the food was excellent. The service was very good. The souvenier shop was very comprehensive with so many choices. In short it was an experience that should be repeated.
G & P. Shaw.
I first visited Toronto in 1973 when the CN Tower was in the early stages of construction and i promised myself one thing and that was to return to see the finished article.I finally done that last year after all those years. Myself and the wife had a meal in the 360 restaurant and it was one of the best meals i ever had.It cost me 200 CDN of which i thought was okay considering where we where.Believe me if your visiting Toronto dont miss out on this engineering marvel especially if you travelled all the way across the atlantic.
The CN Tower (and Toronto in general) is a blast. By far one of the coolest cities I've ever been to.
I have to say I was a little nervous looking out of my hotel window at the tower--and was even more nervous once I was in the elevator! But when we got to the top and went into the resteraunt, it was all worth it! The resteraunt is very classy, great food, AMAZING view, you can even walk outside and look down!
Plan on spending some money there, it isn't cheap but it's definatly worth the money.
I went on a cloudy day, but the overall experience was fun. The glass floor was exciting and so was the outdoor section. Kids would enjoy it the wind and the glass floor. Adults would like the view. I would go there again.
You simply cannot visit toronto and not go to the CN tower, its the tallest free standing structure in the world and it feels like it when your up there, decent food, amazing views, a wicked elevator and try to go outside if its not too cold.
looking around and can't miss to go to CN Tower. Enjoy the view and the seafood platter in this high. The meal was so large, can't eat all of this alone.
The keeper was very friendly, helpful and it was a pleasure, to pay him the 15 % service charge.
Would not go again to this height,
because on downtown height, similar seafood platters could get cheaper in same quality. But it was an great experience to an German visitor, stay on such place.
Thanks for accept me casual,
my money counts more!
Ok. The first thing I noticed is that everybody hates toronto because it is a beautiful place. That is why they create those forums and talk lots of bad things about toronto. I actualy live in Toronto but I had the chance to visit other beautiful cities and places. If all the people are fair they could conclude toronto too in those forums and beautiful places they describe because TO really deserves it. I mean come on, I`ve been in Detroit,new York,Paris,london which I have to say are amazing but toronto could be one of them definitely.Especialy teen are going crazy nowdays and a sense of hate grows everytime there is a better place that they live. This often happens in usa. Toronto is going paralell with usa cities like detroit,chicago,new york but they do not want this, so people be proud of toronto because it is a great place to be.
expensive, the food and resturant was great the view from the resturant was incredible especially at night. employees are friendly, maybe add more security. I think out of towners would enjoy the CN Tower. Maybe have tours if you don't have yet.
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