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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