Charles Lindbergh House and Museum
1620 Lindbergh Drive S.
Little Falls, MN 56345


May 26 - Sept 3, 2018:
Thu-Sat 10 am-5 pm
Sun Noon-5 pm

Open Memorial Day, July 4, and Labor Day, 10 am-5 pm

September 2018:
Sat 10 am-5 pm

Call 320-616-5421 for group tours and school field trips year-round.


  • $8 adults
  • $6 seniors
  • $6 veterans and active military
  • $6 college students
  • $6 children ages 5-17
  • Free for children age 4 and under and MNHS members




Lindbergh Home Tours

Guided tours leave every 30 minutes with the last tour leaving at 4 p.m. Allow for time to explore the visitor center exhibit and the surrounding nature trails.

Lindbergh - Extraordinary Boy: This 45-minute family-friendly guided tour of Lindbergh's boyhood home, uncovers the origins of a curious, imaginative and extraordinary boy who grew up along the Mississippi River, and went on to become an environmental activist, inventor and aviation pioneer.

The Charles Lindbergh House and Museum holds many signature events throughout the year. 

Group tours are available by reservation.


See a complete list of visitor amenities, including accessibility and dining options.

Area Attractions

These area attractions offer packaged admission for group tours: Pine Grove Zoo, Minnesota Fishing Museum, Linden Hill Event and Conference Center, Minnesota Military Museum, Charles A. Weyerhauser Memorial Museum/Morrison County Historical Society, and Camp Ripley. Packages can be arranged through the Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau. Pricing depends on package choices.

Self Guided Tours

Nature Trail Walking Tour: Charles Lindbergh once said that the Mississippi River "has wound its way in and out of my life like the seasons." Follow the Lindbergh Historic Site Nature Trail down to the river’s edge, see the Lindbergh House from below and be on the lookout for wildlife. This trail connects to the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum and Charles A. Lindbergh State Park trail systems.

WPA Walking Tour: During the Great Depression, President Roosevelt’s administration created a number of work relief programs designed to help Americans make it through hard times. The Works Progress Administration (WPA) was responsible for turning the abandoned Lindbergh home and surrounding property into a historic site and state park. The walking tour highlights WPA structures from the 1930s that remain at the historic site and within the state park. Download a PDF of the walking tour brochure.

Driving Tour: Additional sites that relate to Lindbergh's history exist in the community of Little Falls. Visit the cemetery where his half-sisters, Lillian Lindbergh Roberts and Edith Lindbergh, are buried, see the buildings from which his father ran his law practice, and many other interesting locations. Download a PDF of the Little Falls Driving Tour brochure.