Charles A Lindbergh House, Little Falls
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Is the childhood home of the aviator Charles A. Lindbergh, who was known for his non-stop, solo, trans-Atlantic flight between New York and Paris in 1927. The house was built in 1906 and is fully furnished with Lindbergh artifacts. The site also features a Visitor Center with two levels of interactive museum exhibits, covering Lindbergh's entire life, 23-minute documentary, and museum gift shop.Plan to see Charles A Lindbergh House and other attractions that appeal to you using our Little Falls tourist route planner.
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Honestly the town and the state park were more interesting but a neat place to stop and see right on the river.
Charles Lindbergh is this town's most famous former resident. The museum tour includes a tour of the house. The museum exhibit has a couple of movies and exhibits that center around the spirit of Sain... read more »
This visit to the historical site of Chas Lindberg's boyhood home was very interesting. The museum was very well done and most informative. The tour of his childhood home was great. We especially enjo... read more »
Interesting history lesson and a very nice area. Also the tour guide was excellent.
Jane E Anderson
We stopped in at the museum 1st and within five minutes we had our tour guide walk us to the Historic House. I am from Little Falls so it meant a lot to me. Charles A. Lindbergh was a fascinating man. The tour guide had loads and loads of information to tell us. It was well worth the tour/cost.
It's a bit boring but intresting
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