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  • Charles A. Lindbergh House

    1620 Lindbergh Dr S, Little Falls, MN56345
    (320) 616-5421

    Charles Lindbergh's 1927 flight from New York to Paris launched an aviation revolution. Tour his boyhood home, explore the visitor center exhibits, including a "Spirit of St. Louis" flight simulator, and walk an interpretive trail along the river. Additional trails are located in the adjacent Charles A. Lindbergh State Park. The Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site is a National Historic Landmark.

  • Historic Forestville

    21899 Co Rd 118, Preston, MN55965
    (507) 765-2785

    Walk across the Carnegie Steel Bridge into 1899 Forestville. Explore the Meighen family store which is filled with original 19th-century merchandise, discover what's cooking in the kitchen and help the hired hands with chores in the garden and farm buildings. Costumed guides portray residents and their daily activities.

  • Forest History Center

    2609 Co Rd 76, Grand Rapids, MN55744
    (218) 327-4482

    A recreated 1900 logging camp, wooded trails and visitors center focused on logging, conservation & forestry.

  • Split Rock Lighthouse

    3713 Split Rock Lighthouse Rd, Two Harbors, MN55616
    (218) 226-6372

    Built in 1910, this famous lighthouse and its spectacular Lake Superior views draw guests from around the world.

  • Minnesota History Center

    345 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul, MN55102
    (888) 727-8386

    Home to an interactive museum, state archives and a major library.

  • Mille Lacs Indian Museum & Trading Post

    43411 Oodena Dr, Onamia, MN56359
    (320) 532-3632

    Original 1930s trading post & museum of Ojibwe culture.

  • James J. Hill House

    240 Summit Ave, St Paul, MN55102
    (651) 297-2555

    A Gilded Age mansion built for an American railroad pioneer.

  • Mill City Museum

    704 S 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN55401
    (612) 341-7555

    Discover the most explosive museum in the world.

  • Oliver H. Kelley Farm

    15788 Kelley Farm Rd, Elk River, MN55330
    (763) 441-6896

    A living-history farm that was home to a rural American leader.

  • Historic Fort Snelling

    Hwys 5 and 55, St Paul, MN55111-4060
    (612) 726-1171

    Historic Fort Snelling