There were a lot of things I didn't know about Charles Lindbergh before I visited his childhood home and museum in Little Falls.

I knew he flew the Spirit Of St Louis across the ocean in the first SOLO transatlantic flight in 1927. And I knew that his baby was tragically kidnapped and murdered in 1932. And I knew that, as a child, he spent time in Minnesota.

But when you visit his home in Little Falls, you learn so much more. In fact, there is a presentation and discussion coming up called "Lindbergh's Complex Legacy" and it sounds fascinating.

Was he a hero? A traitor? An isolationist? Learn more at one of several lectures. Click here for dates and more information.