Tourist Information Centre
Built in 1967, the Landing Pad stands for unity. That was the dream in 1967 and it is the dream today. We hope you’ll feel it when you walk through the door; you are very welcome here. Everyone is. Whether you need to stretch your legs from travelling or are a local looking to find a unique gift, we have you covered! We offer a wonderful boutique shopping experience in St. Paul, representing over 50 local artisans. Come enjoy the gift shop and 360 degree views of St. Paul while sipping a steaming latte. The kids will enjoy our weekly crafts as well as challenging scavenger hunts. Our visitor information staff is trained to help you find what you’re looking for on your travels through this gorgeous section of our province!
The Tourist Information Centre will be open from May Long Weekend until September Long Weekend with the following hours:
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am – 6pm
For more information on happenings at the Landing Pad, please follow them on Facebook at UFO Landing Pad St. Paul.
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.