Robidoux Row Museum is made up of several living units which were rented by early settlers as they passed through St. Joseph. Built in the 1840s by Joseph Robidoux, the city's founder, the units met the needs for temporary housing during the pioneer era of the westward expansion.
Robidoux Row includes exhibits featuring the Robidoux family history, early St. Joseph history, as well as several rooms restored to illustrate their original purpose. Many rooms are furnished with Robidoux family possessions. The St. Joseph Historical Society restored the building.
Admission: $4; ages 62+, $2; ages 6-18, $1.