Journals Frankenmuth

"You Want Me to Go Where?

Created by friskycelery on March 26, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Frankenmuth was settled in 1845 by 15 Lutheran missionaries from the Franconia region of Germany. They came to America to bring Christianity to the Chippewa Indians. And then they landed in the "jungle" south of Saginaw Bay.

Frankenmuth - Bavaria in Michigan

Created by Re Carroll on October 17, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Off I75 at exit 136, there are lots of Bavarian style buildings, restaurants & speciality shops.

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Weekend to Frankenmuth, MI

Created by dpauly06 on July 8, 2006

5 Reviews

A look into the Bavaria of MI, and Bay City.

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Frankenmuth, MI

Created by NoPlaceLikeHome on July 13, 2005

2 Reviews

What a beautiful town! The flowers were awesome, and the shopping was very entertaining. You could walk around here all day and just take in the sights and shops. A variety of restaurants that specialize in chicken. There is also a riverboat tour, but we did not do that.

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Weekend in Frankenmuth

Created by rjdda91 on September 23, 2003

3 Reviews

Wonderful little town to visit. Charming, lots of shopping, and great chicken dinners.

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Frankenmuth, MI

Created by nvbuchholz on March 31, 2003

2 Reviews

A city that was founded by German Christian missionaries. Until recently the number one tourist attraction in Michigan.

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Frankenmuth - Germany in Michigan

Created by Travel Queen on November 13, 2000

3 Reviews
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Frankenmuth is an authentic German town about 1 1/2 hours north of Detroit off the main interstate. It's a delightful tourist town with german architecture, merchandise, food and customs.



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