Hours and Admission


July 2 – September 25, 2021

Day Hours
Monday Closed 
Tuesday Closed 
Wednesday Closed 
Thursday Closed
Friday 10:00 am–5:00 pm*
Saturday 10:00 am–5:00 pm*
Sunday Closed

*Last tour at 4:00 pm

September 26 – December 31, 2021

Closed for the season.


Category Cost
Adult $10

Seniors ages 65+
Active military
College students
Children ages 5–17

Children age 4 and under Free
MNHS members Free
Blue Star Families
(Armed Forces Day–Labor Day)
Free (On-site only)

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History-Connects (Reduced Admission)

2021 Holiday schedule

Closed all holidays.

Tours and presentations

Guided house tour

Guided house tours are offered daily and depart every hour. Last tour at 4 pm.
Discover how Lindbergh's life along the Mississippi River influenced his future as an environmental activist, inventor, and aviation pioneer. Tour the 1906 house furnished with original Lindbergh family objects, and hear stories about Charles’s experience seeing his very first airplane flying up the Mississippi River.

Kid's Life tour

Kid's Life tours are offered daily at 10:30 am and 2:30 pm. 
Specifically designed for children 12 and under, this guided tour of Lindbergh’s boyhood home will show young learners the connection between their own lives and that of young Charles A. Lindbergh, through comparison and contrast of technologies, living conditions, and family life.

Special presentations

Complex Legacy
Lecture and discussion offered daily at 1:30 pm in the theater.
Join us for a discussion about the historical documents, context, and Lindbergh's own words that give us insight into Charles Lindbergh's involvement with Germany and the America First Movement before WWII. 

Eagle's Wings
Lecture offered daily at 3:30 pm in the upper exhibits gallery.
Learn how Lindbergh prepared and accomplished his transatlantic flight, and why it was so important to the field of aviation in 1927, as well as today. See photos from the flight, hold replica artifacts of items Charles brought with him, and sit in the replica cockpit of the Spirit of St. Louis.