If you are pressed for time, I would bypass this stop. It's an ok stop but nothing great. There's a quaint little church and a cemetery where Charles Lindbergh is buried. If you walk on past his gravesite there is Kipahulu Point Park which isn't that great since it's view is obscured by a chain link fence. There is a...
This was a nice little stop along our tour of The Road to Hana. It was a nice piece of history of Mr. Lindbergh who was a hero of aviation. It is a nicely maintained area where you visit a simple church and his grave.
If you have any enthousiasm for aviation then you must visit the grave of one of the heroes of aviation. His grave is simple but well maintained and situated in the graveyard of a small and simple church.
The end of the line on many levels, this is a respectful, tranquil place to perhaps offer gratitude for whatever you've experienced on your journey. Beautiful simplicity and an ideal place for self-reflection. Leave a small donation for maintenance if you're inclined.
In one single act of courage, Mr. Lindbergh propelled aviation into the mainstream of the world flying across the Atlantic, from Long Island, New York, to Paris, France, in a single engine mono-plane. It took 33 hours and was considered one of the greatest feats of mankind at the time. His personal life and politics were messy, but the honor...
It was interesting to walk around the graveyard and read the tombstones. I'm glad the couple with us had been before because there are no signs or directions to tell you where the Lindbergh grave is located.
Charles Lindbergh flew solo from the US to Paris in a time when airplanes weren't reliable enough to stay running that long. Now he spends eternity in his favorite destination.
His is a traditional grave. It is the same length, width, and depth. Charles was put to rest wrapped in the same blanket his mother gave him to stay warm...
Easy to miss I was looking for it and missed it. Very interesting and beautiful spot. Once I read the history I understood. Other graves at location are unique. If your are a history buff this is a must.