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The city’s iconic tower measures 553.33-metres high. Canadian National (CN) built the tower in 1976 to illustrate the might of Canada’s industry. The Glass Floor and Observation Deck is located at 342 m. The Sky Pod is the highest public observation deck in the western hemisphere at 447 metres. A glass floor–paneled elevator where visitors can look straight down from 346 metres, a first for North America and the world’s highest elevator of its kind. The tower is especially pretty when it’s lit up at night. EdgeWalk ($175) allows daring visitors to walk the perimeter of this landmark attraction from 356 metres up in the air. The award-winning on-site restaurant, 360, is perched high above the city at 351 metres and boasts the world’s highest wine cellar. The floor rotates every 72 minutes, providing diners with an unobstructed view of the city. The Himalamazon, a motion-theatre ride, explores a future of super trees. Arcade and marketplace, too. Open daily. General admission $32, seniors and children (ages 4-12) $24, children under 4 free, family pass (4 people: maximum 2 adults 18-64 years) $99.