Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Charles Lindbergh's Childhood Home in Little Falls, MN

The Charles Lindbergh House and Museum explores the complex legacy of the first solo aviator to make a nonstop flight from New York to Paris. The site includes Lindbergh’s early 1900s childhood home, a National Historic Landmark, and a museum with exhibits. 

 Before Charles Lindbergh did extraordinary things, he grew up as an ordinary boy in central Minnesota. His love of aviation, science, and the environment can all be directly linked to various experiences throughout his youth. Check out the highlights of Charles A Lindbergh's life here.

You can see Lindbergh Family story here. Charles lived in this Little Falls home full time until he was 8 years old.

We drove over to the Charles Lindbergh Family home after visiting Camp Ripley but found it closed. So took a couple of photos of the home from a distance.

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