It’s the return of the Roebling Museum’s vibrant and expansive exhibit about the majestic Golden Gate Bridges!
Stop in to see, “Spinning Gold: Roebling Cables and the Golden Gate Bridge.”
Open each Wednesday thru Sunday from 11am-4pm! See for yourself what American ingenuity, innovation, and the spirit of Independence looks like, as forged and built by and through the John A. Roebling’s Sons Company!
Location of bridge: San Francisco, California, USA
Bridge spans: Golden Gate Strait, North Bay
Construction Commenced: January 5, 1933
Construction Completed: May 27, 1937
Chief Engineer: Joseph B. Strauss
Bridge Constructor: Joseph b. Strauss
Wire Rope manufacturer: John A. Roebling Sons, Co.
Bridge Type: Suspension
Length of main span: 4,200 feet
Number of supporting cables: 2
Diameter of each cable: 36 3/8in
Status: Still in existence