- $8 adults
- $7 seniors and college students
- $6 children ages 6-17
- Free for children age 5 and under and MNHS members.
On May 21, 1927 a young man from Little Falls named Charles Augustus Lindbergh completed the first nonstop solo airplane flight from New York to Paris. The same evening he landed, people traveled to the Lindbergh farm to see where the now famous aviator had grown up. They were the first visitors to what would become a state park, a state historic site and a National Historic Landmark.
Learn more about the development of Charles A. Lindbergh State Park and the restoration of Lindbergh's boyhood home in the 1930s.