|March Break at the CN Tower|
NEW Family Pass, EdgeWalk plus March Break Activities all week!
Explore the CN Tower this March Break - an adventure at every level! Explore the world’s #1 elevator ride, three observation levels including the famous Glass Floor, the ride, 3D movie, the EdgeWalk, dining and more.
Canada’s National Tower is always innovating to bring visitors unique and thrilling experiences. The ride aboard the Tower’s high speed, glass-fronted elevators is always amazing. For an added thrill, the elevators also feature glass floor panels with views 1,136 ft straight down. Discover spectacular views of up to 160 km away overlooking Toronto and Lake Ontario from the LookOut Level at 346 m (1,136 ft) or SkyPod at a dizzying 447 m (1,465 ft). Dare to walk on air on the thrilling Glass Floor at 342 m (1,122 ft) with outdoor SkyTerrace. Back on the ground enjoy Legends of Flight 3D and Himalamazon the motion theatre ride. Adventure lovers 13 years and older can experience a thrilling EdgeWalk during a special limited opening during March Break week. If you’re feeling hungry after all this, 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower or Horizons Restaurant with beautiful views at the top and Le Café back on the ground offer delicious lunch options. Plus, enjoy March Break activities all week long (all activities included with admission).
March Break Activities (included with admission):
Monday March 11 at 1pm
Celebrated Children’s Author Helaine Becker
Join SUPER author Helaine Becker for the MOST MAGNIFICENT, CLEVEREST, EXTRA FUN time with words ever!
Have fun while finding the Best, Better, Most Perfect way to describe the world around you with the very zany ALPHABEST!
Tuesday March 12 at 11am
Origami with the Leung Brothers
Join the Brothers Leung for an ORIGAMI ADVENTURE through their children's picture book, THE PIRATE GIRL'S TREASURE. Follow along with the story and transform a simple piece of paper into a mountain, a hat, a boat, a cave and a final surprise!
Wednesday March 13
Spend time with the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and discover all the cool ways engineers influence the world around us.
Thursday March 14 and Friday March 15
Be Your Own Author!
Create your own stories. Participate in activities where you are the author.
WRECK-IT RALPH’S Fix-It Felix Jr
Your only chance to play the Fix-It Felix Jr arcade game from the movie WRECK-IT RALPH* is here in our arcade.
Saturday March 9 at 8pm
CN Tower lighting pays tribute to world premiere of TSO’s
A Toronto Symphony
Toronto residents and all those within sight of the CN Tower are invited to watch the CN Tower for a unique light show synchronized to the world premiere of A Toronto Symphony: Concerto for Composer and City - the first symphony created for, by and about Toronto. Visit cntower.ca to find out more about this symphony and light show.
Save with the NEW Family Pass
NEW – the CN Tower presents Family Pass pricing. With a $99* Family Pass, save up to 23% on 4 General Admission tickets (4 tickets -maximum of 2 people between 18-64 years). Your Family Pass offers general admission access to your choice of thrills: LookOut Level, Glass Floor / outdoor SkyTerrace, film, ride, informational displays and more. An adventure at every level!
*plus applicable taxes. Separate ticket must be purchased for SkyPod
EdgeWalk – Limited March Break Bookings available March 9-17!
Adventure lovers 13 years and older can experience a thrilling EdgeWalk during a special limited opening during March Break week (March 9-17). EdgeWalk is the “World’s Highest External Walk on a Building” (Guinness World Record) a full circle hands-free walk on a 5 ft (1.5 m) wide ledge atop one of the world’s greatest manmade wonders. Designed with the highest international safety and security standards in mind, EdgeWalk runs 1.5 hours, with the outdoor walk lasting approximately 30 minutes. Tickets cost $175 CAD and include a keepsake video, photos and certificate of achievement, and a CN Tower General Admission Ticket. Visit the “book now” section at www.edgewalkcntower.ca for further details.
Irene Knight 3/4/2013