Robidoux Row Museum

217 Poulin St.
St. Joseph, MO 64501- Map It
(816) 232-5861

AAA Editor Notes

Robidoux Row Museum is at Third and Poulin sts. City founder Joseph Robidoux built this row of several connected houses 1840-50 as temporary housing for newly arrived settlers. Units of the building have been restored, including Robidoux's personal quarters, furnished with his possessions and period pieces, and a wintering room for westward bound pioneer families. The western section of the building, home to the St. Joseph Historical Society and Historical Society Library, contains items that belonged to Robidoux as well as period and more recent furnishings.
$2.50; $2 (ages 62+); $1 (ages 6-18).
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 10-4, Sat.-Sun. 1-4, Apr.-Sept.; Tues.-Sat. 1-4, Feb.-Mar. and Oct.-Dec. Closed major holidays.