With beautifully landscaped grounds covering 27 acres and a store covering 2.2 acres (1.7 football fields), Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan, is the world’s largest year-round Christmas store. Christmas lights and decorations illuminate the complex with a magical appeal that has delighted the young and young-at-heart for many, many years. But you’ll find nothing more merry and bright at Bronner’s than the smiles of the many visitors pausing to capture their experiences here. Join us in our second installment as we highlight another TOP 10 best spots at Bronner’s for photo ops with photos you’ve shared with us!
Missed our first post? Find those Top 10 Photo Ops here.
TOP 10 PHOTO OPS AT BRONNER’S
10. ENJOY LIFE!
Bronner’s motto is “Enjoy CHRISTmas, It’s HIS Birthday; Enjoy LIFE, It’s HIS way!”
A photo in our west entrance is the perfect way to forever capture this lovely reminder! And if you come the right time of day, you just may get star-struck!
Love our motto? Learn how Bronner’s adopted it in the ’70s at bronners.com.
9. LASER LIGHTS!
Life’s short, so we say, “Dance like no one is watching!”
8. HANGING WITH OUR GNOMIES!
Enjoy a good gnome hunt? Bronner’s has a few of these cute garden elves scattered around, and they’re tickled red and green to see you!
The gnome population has actually grown! Be sure to swing into the Frankenmuth Visitors Center to grab a map and take in the fun throughout town with Frankenmuth’s free gnome hunt!
At the close of the year, Christmastime brings the perfect opportunity for a little self-reflection … or is it that a Christmas ornament brings the perfect (photo) opportunity for a selfie?!
Three hundred sixty-one days of Christmas at Bronner’s, and ornaments as far as the eye can see! You’re sure to find one that captures your personal-ity™!
6. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Yup. Sometimes BIGGER is better! What more excellent way to wish your friends and family a Merry CHRISTmas than by standing next to our larger-than-life Christmas ornament?! Family photo CHRISTmas card 2018, who’s in?!
5. LIONS AND TIGERS, OH MI!
Our Detroit Tigers display, a longtime fan favorite, changes from year to year. One thing that never changes, however, is the inclusion of our pet tiger! This year he’s made a friend in our neighboring Detroit Lions display.
They’ve been hanging around long enough that it’s probably time we name them! Tell us what you think we should name them in the comments below, and look for our poll on Facebook to select the winners!
We also thought it would be fun to share this throwback video with some pretty wild fans at our 2013 display!
4. BRONNER’S BAVARIAN PARADE FLOAT
Frankenmuth celebrated the Bavarian Festival’s 60th anniversary this year! With a history of innovative parade floats since the early ’60s, Bronner’s keeps its float on display after its parade debut through November 1. It makes a fun, new photo op every year! (Fascinated with our festival fun? You may enjoy our past post with an insider’s look at Bronner’s Bavarian Parade Float Design.)
3. WEST ENTRANCE DISPLAYS!
Each year our decorating team creates fun photo ops for you at our west exit. Last year we had a full nutcracker suite; this year we’re bringing things down to the Christmas-tree farm! Whether you pause for a shot in front of our tree farm or take a seat in our big cozy chair, you’re sure to look picture-perfect!
2. SANTA’S SLEIGH WITH RUDOLPH LEADING THE WAY!
Say “Cheese” – or better yet – “Christmas cookie” and catch a dashing photo of Santa and his reindeer before they “Dash away, dash away, dash away all!” Find this fun display parked near Bronner’s south entrance at the reindeer crossing.
AND THE NUMBER ONE SPOT …
1. SANTA’S HOTLINE!
Naughty or nice? The red phone is ringing; will you answer?!
Facebook Video Credit: Jaqueline Miles
We’d love to see your adventures at Bronner’s! Please share by tagging us with @BronnersChristmas on Facebook and Instagram, or @BronnersXmas on Twitter, and you just may be featured in our next post in this series!
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