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Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland

Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland

Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland is the largest Christmas store in the world.   Tucked away in Frankenmuth, MI you will find Christmas everyday.   This wonderful Christmas store is open all year round and you are able to find anything Christmas that you need. 

Situated off of I-75 between Flint and Saginaw, many cars travel to the town of Frankenmuth with one thing on their mind ~ Christmas!  Driving towards the store it is like a Christmas Wonderland, with displays everywhere.  As you walk into the store you see smiles from the very young to the very old.  Everyone is in a good mood, searching ornaments and decorations for all.  

Bronner's Christmas Store - World's Largest Christmas Store.

As I walked through the aisles it was a delight to hear the squeals of the children, seeing decorated trees and Santas lined up everywhere.  Listening to OH! this ornament would be perfect for Johnnie, a ballerina for Susie, lets get this Family Ornament personalize for our friend.   Even the scroogest of Scrooge will have the Christmas Spirit. 

Bronner's CHRISTmas Wonderland, a place for all Christmas needs


Bronner’s Christmas Store has been decorating hearts and homes since 1945.  Wally Bronner, started the store as a humble place, growing and expanding over the years to the place that we see now, 27 acres of wonderful landscaping and the world largest Christmas Store (History of Bronners).

photo credit: History of Bronner’s


If the store doesn’t get you into the Christmas Spirit, then take a walk to the Silent Night Chapel where you will hear the song piped in and around the chapel.  Around the ground you will also find plaques with Silent Night written in 300 different languages.   Learn the history behind the song  Silent Night j.

Silent Night Chapel at Bronner's Christmas Wonderland


Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland should be on your must go list.  I was only able to spend a couple of hours here, but am hoping to make another trip there soon and explore all of the 27 acres around the store and the town of Frankenmuth.  

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A Canadian transplant into USA with an African husband, you can see my adventures in internationally cooking over at This and That.

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