Here are 12 perfect places to stop for photos you can post on your wall! Take your time, enjoy the stroll, and try to find them all. Or just stop to admire the lights and decor. Make memories today and keep coming back for more!

#1
At the Visitor’s Center, by the building, how many big snowflakes do you see?

We’ll give you a hint, it’s more than three!


#2
How about the big gnome with the red hat, did you find him?

What is his name,... It’s not Bob, Larry, or Tim.


#3
Before you leave the Platz, take a picture on the Ornament seat..

How many Candy Canes are around it to help make it sweet?


#4
Next door at the Historical Museum, do you see a wreath there?

What colors are the bulbs? Without them it would be pretty bare.


#5
Keep going North and you’ll find the Cheese Haus.

What animal is out front? Did you know his name is Klaus.


#6
Up the street a ways, next to the Drury Inn, you will find a little Train.

How many presents is it hauling South on Main?


#7
At Willkommen Park, a little choir there will be.

How many children are singing there with glee?


#8
Next to Harvest, you'll see Frosty standing there with style.

How many pieces of coal make up his smile?


#9
Next to Rapunzel’s, you’ll find Santa’s sleigh.

How many reindeer help him deliver presents for Christmas day?


#10
At Zehnder Park, the big tree is a must-stop.

What six-foot shape sits right on top?


#11
Around River Place Shops, there is much to see and do.

What colors are the giant ornaments? Here’s a hint, they aren’t blue.


#12
And how about next to Woody’s, look at the tree.

What popular winter shape do you see?

Thanks for playing along! Did you get any wrong? To find the answers, flip the printed brochure upside down. And use #Frankenmuth while sharing photos from around town.

*Driving and Walking Tour Brochures can be picked up outside the Visitor's Center 24 hours a day*

About the Author

Frankenmuth CVB

The Frankenmuth Convention & Visitors Bureau is a destination marketing organization, promoting tourism to Michigan's Little Bavaria.