The health and safety of our guests, staff, and community is our highest priority. With this in mind, we have made some important updates to promote social distancing during your visit.
Keeping us all safe
We've put safety measures in place to protect the health of our visitors, staff, and volunteers based on guidance from the CDC and local governments:
- Visitors are required to wear masks indoors and encouraged to wear one outdoors. Masks must cover both mouth and nose.
- Please maintain a 6-foot distance from other visitors and staff.
- Please follow the signs and ground markings that have been installed throughout the grounds and historic site to ensure safe social distancing.
- If you are feeling sick, have flu-like symptoms, or have been in contact with someone who has recently had COVID-19, please visit us another time.
The visitor center's exhibits, museum store, and restrooms are open with limited capacity. The drinking fountain is temporarily unavailable, so visitors are encouraged to bring their own water.
Tours of the Charles Lindbergh's childhood home are offered each half hour with the last tour leaving one hour before closing. Tours are limited in size to accommodate social distancing.