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Robidoux Row Museum

Third and Poulin, Saint Joseph, MO 64501
+1 816-232-5861
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One of the highlights of St Joe

We came across this museum by chance, but we were so glad we did. It's a beautiful row of old... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2017
interesting area

The museum was closed when I visited but I was able to see the homes in the area. Very beautiful... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2017
Vadnais Heights, Minnesota
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Third and Poulin, Saint Joseph, MO 64501
+1 816-232-5861
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

We came across this museum by chance, but we were so glad we did. It's a beautiful row of old lodging houses which was saved from demolition. We were the only people visiting and had a personal tour given by one of the two people...More

Thank EzzyA
Reviewed 13 September 2017

The museum was closed when I visited but I was able to see the homes in the area. Very beautiful, amazing dwellings! Alot of history in this area.

Thank europewithKellynRyan
Reviewed 25 June 2017

We did not go in the museum, but did look at all the houses in the vicinity....we really enjoyed the architecture and were in awe of the massive size of these dwellings--it was almost like every house was trying to outdo the next!

Thank bevaWaterville_KS
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Robidoux Row provides some insights into life in St. Joseph when the city served as a busy hub for pioneers heading westward.

Thank williame975
Reviewed 10 September 2016

Fortunately, this structure was saved from the highway cutting through years ago. The museum now gives a very good look into the founder and early days of St. Joseph and the surrounding area. It has a good collection of artifacts and does not take too...More

Thank dr2u
Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

While visiting St. Joseph we visited the Robidoux Row Museum and had the pleasure of the Executive Director giving us a guided tour. It was a very educational and informative look at the founding of the city of St. Joseph. The museum was chock full...More

Thank LaJuania D
Reviewed 10 July 2016

A true diamond in the rough. Very limited hours of operation, but well worth the effort, when considering there is only one employee, who is the Director, curator, historian, housekeeper, and tour guide, all rolled into one. We were impressed by her knowledge and her...More

Thank Steven W
Reviewed 18 February 2016

This is a unique historic structure built by the founder of Saint Joseph. He was a French Trapper and rented "rooms" to fellow trappers and MO river travelers. Closed til spring.

Thank Wickie U
Reviewed 1 September 2015

It was a bit tricky getting there, but GPS to the rescue. The building is in very good condition outside and the "backyard" area was lovely and charming. The museum was closed when we drove and stopped outside. The brochure suggests it is a very...More

Thank Ann T
Reviewed 7 September 2014

We did a drive by with a tour guide and didn't get to see inside. The row is significant because it was kept from being destroyed and the building is one of the older in St. Joseph.

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