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Gnome Hunt Happily in Frankenmuth

Posted May 03, 2022 | by Frankenmuth CVB

Frankenmuth is known for being the home of world famous chicken and largest Christmas store, but did you know that Frankenmuth is also home to many gnomes?...

Become Frankenmuth Certified

Posted Apr 28, 2022 | by Caleb Snook

Frankenmuth is known for its rich history, world famous chicken dinners, and its love of Christmas. It is one of the most popular vacation destinations in...

2022 Visitor Guides Are Here!

Posted Apr 05, 2022 | by Frankenmuth CVB

Frankenmuth is more than just a bucket list place to visit, it is a memory-making destination that encourages new experiences to be shared among you, your...

Run Along to The Winterläufe

Posted Jan 14, 2022 | by Frankenmuth CVB

The Winterläufe is right around the corner! You might be wondering, what is the Winterläufe, and why does it sound like a German pastry? While the Winterläufe...

Go For Gold In Frankenmuth

Posted Jan 14, 2022 | by Frankenmuth CVB

The Winter Olympics are shortly approaching, as the opening ceremony is set to begin February 4th in Beijing, China. With the games just around the corner, we...

Christmas Songs around Christmastown

Posted Dec 09, 2021 | by Frankenmuth CVB

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year” and in Frankenmuth we truly believe that! While the lyrics to that song may get stuck in your head this Holiday...

Letters to Santa

Posted Nov 22, 2021

Have you written your letter to send to the North Pole yet? If you haven’t, stop by Toyberg, the Doll and Toy section of the Castle Shop, or the Visitor Center...