This paper studies structural behaviour of the blind bolted connections to concrete-filled steel tubular columns by a serial of experimental programs, which conducted involving eight sub-assemblages of cruciform beam-to-column joints subjected to monotonic loading and cyclic loading. The moment-rotation hysteretic relationships and failure models of the end plate connections have been measured and analyzed. A simplified analysis model for the blind bolted connections is proposed based on the component method. It is concluded that the blind bolted end plate connection has reasonable strength and stiffness, whilst the rotation capacity of the connection satisfies the ductility requirements for earthquake-resistance in most aseismic regions. This typed joint has excellent seismic performance, so it can be used in the moment-resisting composite frame.