Built as a TV transmission antenna, this tower has come to be known as Toronto’s symbol and is a huge draw for tourists. At 1815 feet, it’s the tallest tower in the world. Currently serving 16 Canadian TV and FM radio stations, it’s also the workplace of approximately 550 people and a popular entertainment destination. Its range of attractions and exhibits includes a digital animation program (Thrill Zone, which allows visitors a virtual bungee jump), a laser tag game, nightclub, 300-seat cafe, award-winning 360 restaurant (with the world’s highest wine cellar!), shops, and a Simulator Theatre, which mimics airflight. All these facilities can be reached via the famous glass-faced elevator, which takes less than a minute to reach the observation deck.