More Fun!

In addition to Burger Fest in downtown Seymour and the Hot Air Balloons at Rock Ledge Park, don't miss the rest of the fun available to you and your family! The Car Show takes place adjacent to the festival grounds on Depot Street. The Seymour Community Museum featuring hamburger memorabilia is open from noon to 5:00 PM on Saturday. The Railroad Depot is open from noon to 5:00 PM on Saturday. Burger Fest entrance fee includes access on Saturday to the museum, railroad depot and the car show.

Car Show

Burger Fest Car Show is located on Depot Street. It's sponsored by Neshek's Auto Body of Seymour. Go to the Forms page to get the registration form. Registration from 8-10:30 AM on Saturday. Awards at 3:00. Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Places. Dash Plaques to the first 25 entries. Click on Car Show for more information.

The Seymour Community Museum

The Seymour Community Museum on Depot Street was established as a bicentennial project, opening in 1976. It presents a history of the settlement of the area and the transition from a lumbering to an agricultural economy. See the general store, an old time funeral parlor, doctor’s office, beauty shop, granny home, and much more. Considerable space is devoted to “Hamburger Charlie” and the origin of the burger in Seymour. The museum features the world's largest collection of hamburger-related items. Click on Memorabilia for more information.

Souvenirs Available in the Seymour Community Museum

ProductDescription
“Charlie” T-Shirts $12.00
Commemorative Coin $12.00
Burger Fest Caps $15.00
Burger Fest Blankets $25.00
Charlie Bobble Head $10.00
25 Year Button Placemat $5.00
Burger Fest Postcard Sm $1.25
Burger Fest Postcard Lg $1.50
Burger Fest Magnet Sm 2x3 $3.00
Burger Fest Magnet Lg 4x6 $5.00
Can Coolers $2.00
Red Sports bottle $7.00
Metal Sports tumbler $10.00

Visit the Museum Gift Shop for the full selection of items. 

Model Railroad Exhibit at the Railroad Depot

Your Burger Fest button also provides you with free admission to the HO scale model railroad layout in the railroad depot. The trains serpentine through tunnels and across bridges controlled by a Radio Digital System. Relive the days of old and see one of the largest permanent layouts in the state. View the miniature fire scene, working crossing signals, and numerous electronic signs that illuminate the scenery. This is a great attraction for kids of all ages.


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