at Architectural Digest Architecture Days Canadian Debut
September 24 - 30, 2007
TORONTO, Sept. 20 /CNW/ - The CN Tower presents two unique exhibits
showcasing Toronto's most renowned structures from September 24 - 30, 2007 as
part of the Canadian debut of Architectural Digest's "Architecture Days".
Visit the CN Tower during Architecture Days to discover Toronto's most
fascinating structures - innovative contributions to the world of architecture
and design. On the Mezzanine Level take in "A Celebration of Toronto Design:
The CN Tower" highlighting the vision, reality and innovation of this
architectural and engineering wonder. A second exhibit, "Toronto From Above",
highlights 10 distinct Toronto structures from the unique vantage point of the
Tower's Look Out Level (346m high) as curated by Paul Raff, architect, artist,
writer, professor and original thinker.
Show any AD "Architecture Days" event ticket at the CN Tower and save 30%
off the Look Out and Glass Floor Experience.
Architectural Digest's "Architecture Days" is a dynamic program
celebrating the design history and future of Toronto architecture through
intimate tours, compelling panel discussions and keynote lectures by leading
architects and designers. Exclusive access is the foundation of "Architecture
Days" and provides participants the unparalleled opportunity to interact with
and gain firsthand knowledge from renowned talents in a variety of settings.
Visit www.cntower.ca or www.architecturedays.com for more information.
About The CN Tower
Defining the Toronto skyline at a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft.,
5 inches), the CN Tower is Canada's National Tower, the World's Tallest
Freestanding Tower, a Wonder of the Modern World, an important
telecommunications hub and Toronto's must see attraction visited by almost
2 million people each year who take in the breathtaking views and enjoy all
the CN Tower has to offer at this renowned dining and entertainment
CN Tower Hours of Operation
The CN Tower opens daily from 9 am - 10 pm.
Observation experience: Adults $21.49 plus taxes; Children 4-12 years
$14.49 plus taxes, children under 4 free, Seniors $19.49 plus taxes. All
prices quoted in Canadian dollars.
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