One of the finest examples of St. Joseph's Golden Age, this 43-room mansion was home to two of the city's most prominent families. The interior features oil-on-canvas paintings on the first floor ceilings, ornate walnut woodwork and staircase, and stained glass windows. The Architecture of E.J. Eckel
and Intersections of Time and Buildings exhibits as well as a restored Victorian bedroom are featured on the second floor. The third floor exhibit focuses on the history and science of flooding on the Missouri River.