Defining the Toronto skyline, at a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches), the CN Tower is an architectural and engineering wonder of the modern world, a national icon, an important telecommunications hub, and Toronto's must see attraction.
The Tower is visited by approximately two million people each year who enjoy breathtaking views and all that the CN Tower has to offer, including three observation levels, the world famous Glass Floor and the highest observation point of them all, the Sky Pod.
The Tower also holds a theatre, exciting rides, an arcade, displays, shopping and three restaurants including 360 with its award-winning cuisine and ambience, a revolving view overlooking Toronto over 1000 feet below and a selection of over 550 international labels from its wine cellar in the sky. The CN Tower is also Toronto's ultimate event venue hosting over 300 events each year for two to 2,000 people.
|FACTS AND STATISTICS|
|Architects||J. Andrews, W. Zerafa, M. Housden, E.R. Baldwin|
|Construction time||40 months|
|Total weight||117,910 tons|
|Observatories’ heights||447m / 346m / 342m|
|Restaurant heights||351m / 346m|
|Restaurants capacity||400 / 300|
|Max. people working on tower at any one time during construction||1,537|
|Max. wind speed||418km/h|
|Number of broadcasting facilities||30 +|
|Number of steps||1,776|
|Steel used||600 tons|
|Full restaurant revolution in||72min|
|Sway of antenna from core||1.07m|
|Water tank capacity (m3 or liters)||113,700|
|Unique features of the tower||World’s highest glass floor|
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