Frankenmuth, Michigan is one of our favourite road trip destinations. The area, known as “Little Bavaria”, was settled and named in 1845 by conservative Lutheran immigrants from the Roßtal area of Franconian Germany. In addition to the charming ambience and picturesque landscaping, Frankenmuth is home to Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, the self-proclaimed “World’s Largest Christmas Store”. It’s open all year, but what better time to visit than December, when the whole town is ablaze with lights? That’s exactly what we did in 2016. Much to my delight, they also had a small, but interesting German Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas market) happening over the weekend.
The Town of Frankenmuth:
Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland:
[All Christmas, all year-round, including lights!]
Do you enjoy festive light displays?
Are you in a holiday mood yet?
Have you ever been to Frankenmuth?
Looking forward to your comments!
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