On the occasion of CN Tower’s 42nd birthday, CN Tower revealed an enhancement to the guest experience while providing truly universal access. The stunning $16 million renovation has transformed the iconic landmark’s 1,300-sq. metre (14,000 sq. ft.) main observation level.
The space has been revamped so that guests can enjoy an open, modern look and feel. This is the most significant enhancement to the CN Tower since it opened its doors in 1976.
An all new Glass Floor has been installed directly above the original, providing a dramatic, two-tier vertical view 346 metres (1,136 feet) towards the ground.
New floor-to-ceiling glass “Window Walls” have been installed across three separate sections of the observation level, providing near seamless unobstructed panoramic views. Using the latest in engineering technology, the “Window Walls” enable children and people with mobility challenges to fully enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of Toronto.
Three new food bistros offer guests an opportunity to sample Canadian food and beverages, while taking in 360 degree panoramic views of Toronto. The new observation level also features scalable space that can be customized to host events for up to 800 guests.