If you are in Toronto, Canada, you are most likely to hear of and actually to see the world-famous CN Tower. The tower is located in downtown Toronto on 301 Front St. W. Toronto, Canada.
To get upstairs you have to purchase a ticket on the first floor, where you can also find many souvenirs, and wait for your turn to get into the rapid elevator, which brings you right to the Outdoor Observation Terrace.
Prices are quite affordable to get there and guests are offered to enjoy the view at one of two levels of observation decks. On the first level there is a famous glass floor, under which you have approximately 350 meters. You can mention that kids enjoy it and with absolutely no fear jump on it and have fun. Meanwhile, adults are very cautious about it and try it first with a foot. It is a very stressful but exciting “walk”.
In case if you are not satisfied enough with such a “stressful walk”, you can also try the EdgeWalk, a very extreme attraction for visitors. Such attraction means you get all the required equipment to can step upon the very edge of the tower and feel the wind blowing and the whole city is under your feet. It is very extreme and breathtaking!
If you suddenly feel hungry after that stressful fun, you can have something to eat at the restaurant and enjoy the terrific view (360 degrees). It is very unforgettable experience, even if it happens once in a lifetime, there is certainly a good reason to try it. The CN Tower gives you a good memory of the world-famous attraction, nice moment of your life, and makes your day different in a good way.
Do not forget to enjoy the tower in the night time; it is spectacular. It is like a lighthouse in the dark for all the citizens of Canada; it is truly unforgettable.
Observation Deck Contact Information: CN Tower website.
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