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In the evening of May 21, 1927, Charles Lindbergh landed in Paris after the first non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic from New York. The grueling journey had taken 33 and a-half hours, and has been recorded in the history books as one of the all-time epic aerial journeys.

The subsequent impact of Lindbergh's historic flight was enormous - his achievement changed aviation forever, and changed the whole world.

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The EAA AirVenture Museum's Spirit of St Louis exhibit showcases an accurate replica of Lindbergh's famous airplane, suspended over the miniature city lights of Paris. The exhibit tells of the famous flight and its aftermath.

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| Tour MapEntrance | Wright Flyer | Art & Photo Galleries | Spirit of St. Louis |
Pioneer Tour 1 | Pioneer Tour 2 | Aerobatics | Air Racing | Innovations | Hangar X |
Warbirds Tour 1 | Warbirds Tour 2 | Warbirds Tour 3 | AirVenture Theater |

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