Here's What A Visit to the CN Tower Will Now Look Like

Glass Floor at the CN Tower

Nothing is more synonymous with Toronto than its most iconic attraction, The CN Tower. The city's tallest structure has reopened, and along with its reopening come strict measures for the safety of their staff and guests. The popular attraction has made it its top priority, and is working diligently to ensure that guidelines are in place to meet or even exceed public health directions, all to provide a safe and uplifting experience for everyone.

Many adjustments have been made to ensure that physical distancing is achieved throughout your visit. For one, timed ticketing is now available to reduce visitor capacity. And, that famous 'fun' elevator ride up, will now be limited to 4 guests at a time. Traffic flow has been reconceived to avoid bottlenecks wherever they might occur. The entire facility including high-frequency touchpoints and ventilation systems are being cleaned, disinfected and treated. You'll find floor decals and signage throughout to reinforce physical distancing. Masks are mandatory, of course, to comply with the new City of Toronto bylaw.

Buy a Family Pass and Save!

The CN Tower has also re-introduced its Family Pass which includes admission for 2 adults (aged 14+) and a maximum of any 2 children (aged 3-5) or youth (aged 6-13). All tickets are timed general admission tickets.


Want to live on the edge? The CN Tower's ultimate experience 'EdgeWalk' — the world’s highest full circle hands-free walk on a 5 ft (1.5 m) wide ledge encircling the top of the Tower’s main pod, is now accepting bookings for walks starting on August 1. The experience includes a keepsake video, printed photos and certificate of achievement. Participants also receive a Tower Experience Ticket which includes access to the LookOut, Glass Floor, and SkyPod levels.

114 Stories X 114 Storeys

During your visit, don't miss the '114 Stories X 114 Storeys' exhibit that explores the facts and fiction behind 10 of the city's best-known landmarks. This unique collaboration between the CN Tower and Toronto Public Library, showcases our city's diverse cultures and communities through stories and images of famous Toronto sites, all drawn from the library's extraordinary Special Collections. To enrich your experience, check out the great location-based reads highlighted on many of the panels or scan the featured QR codes to access a treasure trove of additional digital content about each site, available free through the Toronto Public Library. The exhibit is currently being hosted on the main observation level and access is included with your CN Tower admission ticket.

The CN Tower is now open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Timed tickets are available online and must be purchased in advance. Note that at this time, full-service restaurants, 360 Restaurant, VUE Bistros and Le Cafe are closed until further notice.

If you've missed Toronto, catch a a bird's-eye view of our great city with a visit to this manmade marvel. It makes for a great family-fun destination!

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