The CN Tower (French: Tour CN) is a 553.3 m-high (1,815.3 ft) concrete communications and observation tower located in the downtown core of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built on the former Railway Lands, it was completed in 1976. Its name "CN" originally referred to Canadian National, the railway company that built the tower. Following the railway's decision to divest non-core freight railway assets prior to the company's privatization in 1995, it transferred the tower to the Canada Lands Company, a federal Crown corporation responsible for real estate development.
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Brian Cheng | Jun 5, 2018
Amazing views and the staff is great. Definitely worth the $. Must do. I am terrified of heights and I was scared, but I could just walk around at the top and get the experience, without having to do the leaning over show tricks for the pictures.
Suryani Tan | Jan 8, 2018
I attempted the EdgeWalk at CN Tower in December 2017. As it is winter, I recommend wearing your winter coats and boots. They will provide a beanie and gloves and if your shoes/boots are not appropriate, they will also provide one. It was an incredible experience and SO much fun! If you are afraid of height, you should not attempt this. But if you love being high up and adventurous (like me :p), I highly recommend this! I was very nervous when getting ready for the Walk but once up there, I am feeling great! I think the incredible view distracted my nervousness. It is extremely safe – the guides checked all harnesses many many times. I am so thankful that it was such a clear and sunny day. It was still cold but there was no wind, making the whole walk so much easier. The view was stunning at the top! Our EdgeWalk guide, Jen, is extremely helpful, patience, fun and entertaining. She made sure we all had a great time up there, participating in all the activities and just enjoy the whole experience. The ticket admission include videos of the Walk, 2 printed photos and a certificate. We can purchase the remaining photos that they took for ~$20 CAD (Optional). We are also allowed to explore CN Tower and SkyDeck with your admission. I really love the videos – the qualities were great! Definitely worth the money! I did a little bit of editing and combined all four videos. If you'd like to see what EdgeWalk is like, head over to my YouTube Channel (see profile). Overall, this is an amazing experience. I highly recommend this for anyone visiting Toronto!
Vikrant P. | May 26, 2018
Surprised my friend by taking her to the entrance and then telling her we're gonna do the Edge Walk. What followed was 40 mins of screaming, anger, oh my gods, and possible termination of our friendship. However the staff was extremely comforting, relaxed, friendly and read our level of nervousness to adjust accordingly. Our guide was Keagan, from the beginning he was actively working to calm our nerves with his charm and humor, 12/10. My friend and I were incredibly nervous at the start of the walk but as Keagan guided us through each step, we started to let loose and enjoy the beautiful sunset and the thrill of it all. Overall the experience was extremely positive, and once in a lifetime. My friend enjoyed it a lot, our friendship still exists and is going strong. Here's to many more spontaneous crazy adventures
Aman Arnold | May 25, 2018
Absolutely loved it, went skydiving the day after but would still recommend this because of its unique nature The walk lasts 30 min so you get to enjoy Toronto from new heights😉
__ | May 16, 2018
Great experience. We got all of the pictures sent to our email for another $20. Would recommend 👍. The only negative would be their package for the edgewalk ticket. Its priced $225 currently in May 2018. It includes both edgewalk and the premier CN tower experience. The premier tower ticket is $125 that allows the user to go to the lookout, Glassdoor, and Skypod levels. I wish they sold the edgewalk seperate from the premier experience so it's cheaper or allow users to utilize the premier portion of the ticket beforehand. They force you to do Edgewalk first to validate the premier experience portion of the ticket. Once you experience the Edgewalk, the other tower experiences like glass floor and Skypod really feel lacking. If it was allowed in the reverse, it would be a great build up of experience. Overall it's at the wrong price based on their current policy.
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