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7 Ways to Spend the First Day of Summer in Frankenmuth

We’re happy to say, it’s officially Summer! (As if the warm temperatures and flowers lining the streets weren’t a clue.) Summer in Frankenmuth marks the beginning of what we like to call “Festival Season” with a different festival or big event happening nearly every other weekend. It also means the Frankenmuth FunShips and Bavarian Belle … Continued

Weekend Recap: Frankenmuth Bavarian Festival 2017

flower crowns displayed on a stick while being sold on Main Street during Bavarian Festival

If the warmer weather and the multitude of festivals coming up wasn’t a clue, Summer is here! This past weekend, we celebrated the 59th Annual Frankenmuth Bavarian Festival, Michigan’s oldest German festival. This year, the festival made the move from Heritage Park to Zehnder Park, added two additional tents on Main Street, more activities throughout town, … Continued

Dog Days of Summer in Frankenmuth

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Lauren and Ashley Walking Dogs on the Covered Bridge in Frankenmuth

Looking for the perfect pup-friendly place to enjoy? Well, you don’t have to look any further. Frankenmuth is a wonderful place to bring your whole family, and that includes the dog! Frankenmuth offers four pet-friendly lodging options right in town: Drury Inn & Suites, Frankenmuth Jellystone Camp Resort, Frankenmuth Motel, and the Point of View Cottage. As well as … Continued

Cross Michigan’s Largest Covered Wooden Bridge And Experience A Precious Piece Of Frankenmuth History

If you’ve ever been to Frankenmuth to take in the sights, sounds, smells, and samples of our Bavarian village, chances are, you’ve spotted this architectural wonder: Bavarian Inn’s Holz Brücke (German for “wooden bridge”). Some call it the Holz Brücke, many call it the Wooden Bridge, and most simply call it the Covered Bridge — … Continued

Discover The Story Behind The World’s Largest Christmas Store: Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland

For most, Christmas comes but one day a year. But here in Frankenmuth, we celebrate a special kind of Christmas magic that lasts the whole year through. You’ll feel it as the cozy, horse-drawn carriages of Frankenmuth Carriage Company and Fantasy Carriage Company clomp along our snow-dusted Main Street, draped in dreamy garlands and jingle … Continued