The Burger Museum by Burger Beast featured well over 3000 Historical Artifacts, Collectibles & Ephemera from Burger, and Comfort Food Restaurants from all over the United States.
It housed the Burger Beast’s extensive collection featuring everything from a 1950s Krystal Waitress Uniform, an early 1960s Burger King Menu Board to a 1970s Burger Queen Sign.
The Burger Museum opened in December 2016 and closed its doors permanently on Sunday, September 29th, 2019.
READ ABOUT IT
Atlas Obscura: Burger Museum
TripAdvisor: Burger Beast Museum
Roadside America: Burger Beast’s Burger Museum
DINNER AT THE MUSEUM
In December 2018, we hosted an event called Night at the Burger Museum, where old dishes from classic restaurants were re-envisioned by the very talented Chefs Phil Bryant and Veronica Valdivia.
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