Start Your Charlottetown Visit At Founders’ Hall
– Canada’s Birthplace Pavilion
Step Back in Time & Experience History
In 1864, delegates to the Charlottetown Conference arrived at the Historic Charlottetown Waterfront on board the HMCS Queen Victoria where today, stands Founders' Hall, Canada's Birthplace Pavilion. This heritage bilingual attraction tells the story of Canada from its inception in 1864 up until modern day.
Seniors (60 & Over) $8.50
Youth (12 & Under) $6.25
Children (5 & Under) Free
Families (4 or more per group) receive 20% off regular admissions
Also located inside is the Charlottetown Visitor Information Centre, the ideal spot to start both your City and Island vacation. Friendly vacation planners are ready to search and book accommodations, make restaurant reservations, and highlight attractions, activities, festivals and events. Free wireless internet, and public computers are also on site.
Guided walking tours, boat tours, and bus tours are available at the Reserve it Now Kiosk, also located inside Founders’ Hall. The Kiosk all rents bicycles, and reserves tickets for the musicals at the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
There is also a Giftshop on site that carries both city and island souvenirs, and Island Made Products.
Founders' Hall is located at 6 Prince Street, Charlottetown, PE.
May 9am-5pm Daily
June 8:30am-6pm Daily
July 1 – August 17 8:30am-7pm Daily
August 18 – 31 8:30am-6pm Daily
September 8:30am-5pm Daily
October 1 - 27 9am-4pm Daily
Note: these are hours for the VIC, the attraction will not allow access into the site one hour prior to closing.
For more information please call 902.368.1864 or 800.955.1864
(then select option number 3).