Tourist Information Centre
Our unique Landing Pad, with its very own UFO Data Center, serves as our tourist information booth. Stop by or give us a call and our friendly staff will help you get the most of your stay in St. Paul. The Landing Pad operates seasonally, opening May Long Weekend and closing the Thanksgiving Weekend in October. There are alien cut-outs at the Landing Pad that can be used for photo opportunities.
The Tourist Information Centre will be open for the Tourism Season starting May Long Weekend with hours as follows:
Sunday to Thursday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 9:00am - 8:00pm
Out of this world...
In 1967, a proposal was made to build the world's first UFO Landing Pad as a landmark for the town. The Government of Canada responded to this proposition and, during the grand opening on June 3 1967, St. Paul was declared the Centennial Capital of Canada.
In the 1990's Mayor Paul Langevin officially opened an adjacent UFO tourist information centre to welcome visitors. As you enter St. Paul from the West, drop in to visit this landmark and see the UFO exhibit downstairs. This is an opportunity to view actual photographs of UFOs, crop circles and more. The exhibit is designed to educate. A UFO Hotline compliments the display with reports of UFO sightings and encounters of all kinds.