March Break can be one heck of a long week when the kids are out of school — or it can be a week-long adventure full of fun activities and making memories. At the CN Tower, it's always the latter. 

This year for March Break, the CN Tower is hosting a number of different activities, in addition to the usual draws. Plus, combo tickets will let you explore multiple sights and attractions with your CN Tower admission.

From March 11 to 15, free activities designed by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers will get your little learners creative and curious. They'll have the chance to craft and test their own paper gliders, create their own structures at building stations, connect and test their own circuit boards and design buttons — all in celebration of National Engineering Month. 

If you're looking for the next big thrill after traversing the glass floor, EdgeWalk is exclusively open just for the week of March Break before it begins for the season in April. Walking 116 storeys above Toronto with nothing but a harness securing you is sure to make a lasting memory for kids and adults. 

When you've had your fill of adventure but the tummies are rumbling, take the family to VUE Bistros on the Main Observation Level for special March Break deals. The family platter will satiate any picky eaters with mini beef sliders, french fries, chicken fingers, mini naan, fish tacos, crudités and dip, plus a jumbo family sundae with a CN Tower cookie for dessert. 

To get the most bang for your buck, book a combo ticket like the Family Pass, which includes two Adult Timed General Admission tickets and two Child or Youth Timed General Admission tickets. For multiple days of fun, the Sea the Sky ticket includes General Admission access to the CN Tower and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. 

Make this March Break a memorable one at the CN Tower. 

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