Roebling Park is located on North Rebecca Street, between Main and Water Streets. The three-acre public park offers a pleasant grassy and wooded area containing a number of conveniences for the public. Benches and picnic tables are scattered throughout the park, which is crossed by brick walks and lighted by attractive lamp posts.

Roebling Park is also the location of the 1840 workshop of John A. Roebling, where he experimented with his ideas for a wire rope. Roebling successfully patented his new wire cable which found extensive use in suspension bridges. The climax of his bridge-building career was, of course, the still standing Brooklyn Bridge across the East River between New York City (Manhattan) and Brooklyn. A replica of the Brooklyn Bridge is on permanent display at the park, and is lit up during the Christmas season.

The primary attraction in Roebling Park is the Saxonburg Museum.

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