Robidoux Row Museum

4.220 Votes
  • Address: 219 E Poulin St, St Joseph, MO 64501, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-8162325861
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids

You and your companions can pay a visit to the Robidoux Row and spend some time here. It is a building with a historical value which the locals refer as a museum. The building was founded between the period of late 1940 and early 1850 by Joseph Robidoux. To know in detail about the town of St Joseph, you can come to this museum. The exhibits of the museum portray the local history in a clean way. You can also avail a private tour of the same being guided by the curator of the facility. 

How to Reach Robidoux Row Museum

  • Bus 11 to stop - 6th at Powell
  • Bus 11 to stop - 6th at Michel

  • Robidoux Row Museum Address: 219 E Poulin St, St Joseph, MO 64501, USA, United States
  • Robidoux Row Museum Contact Number: +1-8162325861
  • Time required to visit Robidoux Row Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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Robidoux Row Museum Reviews & Ratings

  • What a wonderful experience touring Robidoux Row! Much of this is thanks to your tour guide and museum curator. Her knowledge, passion and knack for story telling is absolutely unbeatable! In a day where the guided tour is sadly becoming obsolete it was a sincere pleasure to get one from someone who is thrilled to give them! This museum is more than just a history of the building. It's a brief history of St. Joseph, MO. St. Joe has a lot of wonderful museums. Don't skip this one!

  • Very interesting, glad we went

  • History buffs will enjoy this place! The oldest remaining building in St. Joseph still has a lot to offer and a lot to teach. Basement rental room is soooo perfect for showers, group gatherings, etc. and at such reasonable rates.

  • Nice museum.knowledgeable input from volunteers. Nice flower garden with multiple birdhouses Pleasant and courteous people.

  • Very interesting place and the man that started it. He was a fur trader. He had an idea and did the plans for the whole town. He set aside land for schools and churchs.

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