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Admission for Four or Family Membership at Roebling Museum (Up to 63% Off)

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Highlights

Marvel at preserved industrial artifacts such as photographs, wire ropes, and machine parts, as well as everyday life in the company town

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KatherineTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
61 ratings42 reviews
October 26, 2019
I went to this wonderful museum with my granddaughters. The museum was very informative about Roebling & his contribution to modern (suspension) bridge building. He also provided the wire for the first slinky toy. My granddaughters (ages 6 & 12) learned a lot about engineering during this visit. We had a great time & will visit again.
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Mary
8 ratings2 reviews
September 21, 2019
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Donna
2 ratings2 reviews
September 15, 2018
We took my Dad for his 80th birthday. As an engineer he really enjoyed the experience and we all appreciated the staff with their kindness, knowledge and shared stories. We highly recommend this museum.
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Rob
1 ratings1 reviews
September 3, 2018
Owner involved and surprised to learn also a relative of Roebling! Fascinating history. Very welcoming. Had an absolutely fun family time!
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shannonTOP REVIEWER
20 ratings6 reviews1 photos
August 13, 2018
Surprised by how interesting the museum was. Fascinating history.
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Amy
2 ratings1 reviews
October 29, 2017
Great place. The docent was very knowledgeable as well.
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MEGAN
4 ratings3 reviews
September 25, 2017
I took my two young children. It is a quick walk through and very interesting. A great history lesson and close to my house. Kids loved the wooden bridge outside and walking along the old train tracks. Great open space outside for kids to be kids. Inside is a little different.
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BarbaraTOP REVIEWER
16 ratings6 reviews
September 18, 2016
wonderful history to learn right in our own backyard.
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About This Deal

Choose Between Two Options

$11 for four tickets ($30 value)

  • Four general-admission tickets ($24 value)
  • Golden Gate Bridge poster ($6 value)

$30 for a Shift Supervisor family membership ($70 value)

  • Discounts on special events
  • Museum newsletter
  • E-mail invitations and news alerts
  • Hard-copy book on Golden Gate Bridge ($10 value)
  • General admission for two adults and two children ($60 value)
  • Two free general-admission guest passes

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Membership for new customers only. Not valid for special events. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Roebling Museum

When John A. Roebling immigrated to America from his native Prussia in the 1830s, he had no idea that he would forever change the face of his adopted country's architecture and economy. After developing a special type of twisted-wire rope for hauling canal boats, the Roebling business boomed with the dawn of the suspension bridge, its cables gracing such monuments as the Brooklyn Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge. During the company's heyday under the management of John Roebling's children and grandchildren, it served as a vital centerpiece of the Trenton region's industry, employing more than 8,000 workers at four factories at its peak.

Though the works shuttered in 1974, an extensive cleanup and restoration of the Roebling Mill site gives visitors a glimpse into the past, showing what life was like for thousands of men and women who worked in the steel mills and labored on the factory grounds. Patrons marvel not only at meticulously preserved industrial artifacts such as photographs, wire ropes, and machine parts, but also remnants of everyday life in the nearby company town. Walking and trolley tours take families and tourists through picturesque views of the early 20th century, while trips to the archives allow researchers to comb through a wealth of primary sources.