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



Visitor Center

Visitor center exhibits present early influences that shaped Lindbergh's environmental and aviation passions, his aviation success, and the controversial side of his life. A don't-miss activity is a climb inside the "Spirit of St. Louis" cockpit simulator.

A mural of a little boy gazing up to a Minnesota sky welcomes visitors to the exhibit gallery. Here, and throughout the exhibit, Lindbergh's words guide the visitor: "Those clouds, how far away were they? Nearer than the neighbor's house, untouchable as the moon — unless you had an airplane, wings with which I could fly up to the clouds..."

The main gallery includes models of Lindbergh's planes "flying" through the space; a re-created attic of the boyhood home, filled with Lindbergh's own toys and souvenirs; and the entry to a 1920s-style movie theater, where original footage of Lindbergh's famous flight shows continuously.

Ever wondered what it was like for Charles Lindbergh to fly the "Spirit of St. Louis" During your visit, climb inside a full scale replica of the cockpit and try your hand at this popular interactive flight simulator. Once inside, you are challenged to re-enact the tricky take-off in New York, survive an ice storm over the ocean and land safely in Paris.

Exhibits continue on the lower level with information about Lindbergh's work as an environmentalist and conservation advocate. The 1959 Volkswagen that Lindbergh drove through four continents, including Africa, is part of this display. Learn about the conservation of Lindbergh's 1959 Volkswagen Beetle.