Saxonburg Museum/Cooper Hall

Saxonburg Museum, Roebling Workshop Early history of Saxonburg and its founder John Roebling, designer of the Brooklyn Bridge. Seasonal.

Museum exhibits include Roeblings, communications, blacksmith, general store, laundry.

John Roebling Workshop is the 1840 shop where suspension bridge pioneer Roebling made first wire cable is on National Register of Historic Places. Restored by Saxonburg Historical and Restoration Commission, open by appointment.

Saxonburg Museum
157 N. Rebecca St.
Saxonburg, PA 16056
United States
Phone: 
724-352-1400
Type of Attraction:
Events around here:
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Oct 8 2016 - 4:00pm to 9:00pm
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What's Nearby?

Like several of Butler County’s towns, Saxonburg began as a vision for a wholesome town offering a new life for German settlers. Named for the German state of Saxony, Saxonburg was founded in 1832 by immigrants Karl F. and John A. Roebling. Designed by John, Saxonburg’s Main Street featured the charm and distinctive architecture of a quaint German hamlet.

The Butler-Freeport Community Trail is the corridor of the remarkably diverse Buffalo Creek Water

New bakery in Saxonburg featuring gorgeous wedding and special event cakes, donuts, pastries, pie

Accommodations

The Mainstay at Saxonburg Bed & Breakfast in historic Saxonburg embraces old world charm and

Join us for fine dining and an overnight stay at the historical Hotel Saxonburg.

Accommodations

Join us for fine dining and a stay at the historical Hotel Saxonburg.