The CN Tower ranked as the world's tallest tower until 2007. The concept for the building arose in 1968 not to define the skyline but to build the CN Tower as a citywide TV and radio communication platform. At 1,815ft and 5 inches high, the CN Tower has served its original purpose brilliantly for generations.
However, it multi-functions as so much more. The glass-floor observatory soars 113 stories above the ground level, allowing visitors to learn city history from new heights. The bravest (or craziest) tourists are welcome to experience scenic views from the Sky Pod, 33 floors higher. Still have a healthy appetite? Finish off the experience with an upscale bistro lunch at Horizons or a romantic dinner at the revolving 360 Restaurant for a truly unforgettable adventure.
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