Annual festivals include Oktoberfest, Wings Over Muscatatuck Migratory Bird Festival, and The Maple Syrup Festival. Other things to enjoy in the area include an Antique Mall, Covered Bridges, Round Barns, golfing, hiking, biking, fishing, and swimming. Seymour's history also includes the world's first train robbery by the Reno Brother's gang.
The Fairfield Inn & Suites Seymour is easily accessible at the interchange of I-65 and Hwy 50 in historic Seymour, Indiana. Our local attractions include Freeman Field Army Airfield Museum, Muscatatuck Wildlife Refuge, Brownstown Speedway, Starve Hollow State Recreation Area, Southern Indiana Center for the Arts, John Mellencamp Exhibit, Living Farms Agricultural Tour, and Fort Vallonia Museum.