Guided House Tours

Explore Lindbergh’s childhood home and uncover the origins of a curious, imaginative child.

Discover how his life along the Mississippi River influenced his future as an environmental activist, inventor, and aviation pioneer.

Daily tour departs every 30 minutes. Last tour at 4 pm.

Highlights:

  • Tour the 1906 house furnished with original Lindbergh family objects — including the piano that survived a fire.

  • Hear stories about Charles’s experience seeing his very first airplane flying up the Mississippi River.

  • View original burn marks from an egg incubator that Charles built in the dining room.

  • Hear quotes from Charles’s writings as an adult describing his youth on the farm.

  • See the family’s restored 1916 Saxon Six automobile that Charles drove to California as a teenager.

Tour Times

Tours are 45 minutes long and leave every 30 minutes from the museum lobby. The first tour leaves at 10 am and the last tour leaves at 4 pm.

Tours are available during the summer and fall during regular site hours.

Have a group?

Please reserve your group of 10 or more people two weeks in advance. Groups of fewer than 10 people do not need reservations. Open year round for group tours.

  • $6 per person; minimum $60 per group

  • $4 per person for nonprofit organizations serving limited income audiences

  • Free admission for tour leader and bus driver

  • Free on-site bus parking

  • Optional: Living history guided tour led by a costumed character (add $3 per person). Cookies and coffee (add $3 person).

Tours last 45 minutes. 90 minutes is recommended to allow time to explore the visitor center exhibits.

Please book at least two weeks in advance:
320-616-5421
lindbergh@mnhs.org