Thursday, August 21, 2008

Frankenmuth: Bronner's Christmas Wonderland Pt. 1

While on a business trip last week, with my daughter tagging along, I decided to swing through Frankenmuth on the way home. Frankenmuth is the most visited place in the state of Michigan, with over 3 million tourists annually. It is the sister city of Gunzenhausen, Germany.

This first set of photos are from the outside of Bronner's Christmas Wonderland. Located at 25 Christmas Lane and considered the largest Christmas store in the world, you can find just about anything you may need in regards to Christmas here. They
even have decorations for all of the other holidays as well.

The link to their website is here.


dot said...

Sounds like a dream place for those who like Christmas.

Louise said...

I love this post! When I was a junior in high school, I had to do a report for "history" class which involved "visiting" towns/cities all over the U.S. I had to write to the chambers of commerce to get info, then incorporate information into my big tour. Frankenmuth was the jewel of my story. I've never actually been there, but it was my favorite stop along the way. And being 17ish, that's where all the romance with my "boyfriend" happened. (I wrote about me as if I were older. I think we might have gotten engaged there or something.) Anyway, this post made me smile!

Double "D" said...

I'm surprised there wasn't a tour
bus parked outside. I know as it becomes
closer to the holidays the parking lot
will be filled with cars and tour buses.
My wife has taken me there to help
her look for Christmas stuff.
Can't say as a guy it's my favorite places.