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Lindbergh is a Swedish surname which may refer to:
- Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906–2001), U.S. author and aviator; wife of Charles Lindbergh
- August Lindbergh (1808–1893), Swedish-American farmer and politician
- Charles August Lindbergh (1859–1924), U.S. Congressman and father of the famous pilot Charles Lindbergh
- Charles Lindbergh (1902–1974), first pilot to fly solo non-stop across the Atlantic
- Erik Lindbergh (born c. 1965), U.S. aviator; grandson of the famous pilot Charles Lindbergh
- Pelle Lindbergh (1959–1985), Swedish ice hockey player
- Peter Lindbergh (born 1944), German fashion photographer
- Lindbergh, Alberta, hamlet in the County of St. Paul No. 19, Alberta, Canada
- Lindbergh, Atlanta, officially Lindbergh/Morosgo, neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia
- Lindbergh Boulevard, section of Missouri state highway running through St. Louis
- Lindbergh Center (MARTA station), passenger rail station in Atlanta, Georgia
- Lindbergh Field, also known as San Diego International Airport
- Lindbergh High School (St. Louis, Missouri), high school named after Charles Lindbergh, the aviator.
- Lindbergh Senior High School (Renton, Washington), high school named after Charles Lindbergh, the aviator
- Lindbergh (crater), lunar crater named after Charles Lindbergh
- Lindbergh (moonlet), natural satellite of Saturn named after Charles Lindbergh
- Lindbergh's Grass Mouse, rodent species from South America
- Lindbergh kidnapping, abduction and murder of the son of Charles and Anne Lindbergh.
- "Lindbergh Law", a nickname for the Federal Kidnapping Act adopted in response to the Lindbergh kidnapping
- Lindbergh (book), 1999 Pulitzer Prize winning biography by A. Scott Berg
- Sega Lindbergh, an arcade system board developed by Sega
- Lindbergh (album), album of the Italian singer Ivano Fossati
- Lindbergh (manga), a Japanese manga series by Ahndongshik
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