- TripBuzz found 31 things to do indoors in the St. Joseph area. From Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art to Robidoux Landing Playhouse, St. Joseph offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 33 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 32 different types of things to do inside in or near St. Joseph, Missouri. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Art Museum and Dinner Theaters.
- There are 17 indoor activities in St. Joseph, and 14 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Atchison and Weston.
The National Military Heritage Museum has tens of thousands of artifacts, archives and other items inside of its four buildings. Items include 2.5 ton military trucks, a Huey helicopter and a Cobra helicopter.
Housed within what is believed to be the oldest apartment house west of the Mississippi, Robidoux Row Museum is a small historical museum. Attractions include a collection of historical memorabilia, exhibits on St. Joseph and Joseph Rebidoux, and special events.
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Jesse James Home Museum
12th & Penn, St. Joseph, MO 64501 MoreLess Info
Visitors can view the home where outlaw Jesse James was shot and killed by fellow gang member Bob Ford at the Jesse James Home Museum. The house features artifacts from Jesse's grave.
Located inside an open funeral parlor, Heaton-Bowman-Smith Funeral Museum is situated nearby Jesse James' former home and features the transfer basket that carried James' body. The museum includes newspaper articles, old coffins and photos.
The historically renowned Pony Express Museum is a museum that stands as a tribute to the heritage of the Pony Express. The museum holds special tours including group tours, corporate tours, group catering, and educational field trips.
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1901 Messanie Street, St. Joseph, MO 64507 MoreLess Info
Housed in the St. Joseph Museum Complex, Knea-Von Black Archive and Museum features exhibits celebrating the contributions of African-Americans to the growth and advancement of the community. Displays include information relative to the Underground Railroad, education, government and sports.
Visitors can explore and learn the history of the Cray Mansion originally built in 1882 at the Cray Historical Home Museum. The 25 room mansion features a 3 story castle-like tower and is a remnant of the Victorian era.
The Evah C. Cray Historical Home is a restored Victorian-era mansion with 25 rooms. The mansion features a castle-style tower, and features a gift shop in its carriage house. Built in 1882, it features lavish decor.