Charles Lindbergh House - Virtual Tour
Can’t visit us in person? Connect with Charles Lindbergh House and Museum from the comfort of your own home!
Transport yourself to Little Falls in the early 20th century with a virtual tour of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh’s childhood home.
Built in 1906, the house features original family objects and furnishings – including an egg incubator that he built in the dining room, his mother’s Singer sewing machine, and a restored 1916 Saxon Six automobile.
See these items and more with a self-guided, room-by-room virtual tour from your desktop or mobile device.
Virtual tour tips
- To look around, click and hold on the mouse or touchpad. Then move the mouse or a finger on the touchpad to the left, right, up or down to shift the view.
- To move on to another area, find a circled arrow and place the navigation hand on it. Words will appear describing where it leads. Click on the symbol to proceed.
- Visitors can also move on to another area by clicking on the thumbnail photos located below the main tour view.
- Fun facts and notable features are highlighted by an “i” enclosed in a circle.
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