• 101 - 9th Ave SW | Calgary, AB | T2P 1J9
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"An expanse of lights"
December 2007 — "Most observation towers/wheels/etc are worth the trip just for the different perspectives they give and the Calgary Tower is no exception. I went at night (thanks to my employer holding the office Christmas party there!) and dinner above the expanse of Calgary lights was beautiful. And the glass floor is quite a psychological trip - stepping out on it is eerie, even for those who love heights! Go...and be bold!"
"Not just for tourists"
November 2007 — "For a different perspective of Calgary, go up to the Calgary Tower and enjoy views of downtown Calgary and the Rockies far in the horizon. I had never been up to the tower in all my years of living in this city until now, but it is definitely worth the trip. Stepping on the glass floor is quite the experience. I would love to go at night. "
"Worth the price of admission"
November 2005 — "This is a great spot to see the city."
At 190 metres (626 feet) in height, this was once the tallest building in Calgary's skyline. The Observation Terrace offers panoramic views of the city, and a glass floor allows visitors to stand 160 metres (525 feet) above the street. Also located at the top of the tower is a gift shop, Tops Bar and Grill and the revolving Panorama Dining Room, open for lunch and dinner. The tower and the observation deck are open daily. The Tourism Calgary Information Centre is located at the base of the Tower.
101 - 9th Ave SWCalgary AB T2P 1J9