Born as a cultural remediation project to lessen the impact of demolition of polluted historic industrial structures on this Superfund site, the Main Gate Museum serves as a home for the Roebling New Jersey Historical Society. The Society uses the 7,000 SF historic gatehouse structure as its headquarters and a museum displaying and interpreting artifacts from the former Roebling steel mill. Artifacts include industrial process equipment; products produced by the mill during its 70+ years of operation; and records of the mill, the factory town, the Roebling Company, and the Roebling family. The gatehouse structure originally served as the employee entrance and time-keeping station, and the link between the steel mill and the factory town planned and constructed by Roebling to house factory workers and managers.