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Owner description: Open year-round during Bronner's store hours, Bronner's Silent Night Chapel is a replica of the original chapel in Oberndorf, Austria, near Salzburg, built on the altar site of...
moreOwner description: Open year-round during Bronner's store hours, Bronner's Silent Night Chapel is a replica of the original chapel in Oberndorf, Austria, near Salzburg, built on the altar site of the original St. Nicholas Church, where Silent Night was first sung with guitar in 1818. The chapel is not intended for services or ceremonies. One time a year Silent Night is sung accompanied by guitar in a public singalong from 3-3:15 on December 24. (Open January-May Mon-Thurs & Sat 9-5:30, Friday 9-9, Sunday 12-5:30pm; expanded hours June thru December. Closed New Year's, Easter, Thanksgiving.
Owner description: Open 7 Days a Week | 10:00am - 5:00pm Michigan's Military & Space Heroes Museum is dedicated to Honoring, Respecting, and Remembering the memories of people from Michigan who...
moreOwner description: Open 7 Days a Week | 10:00am - 5:00pm Michigan's Military & Space Heroes Museum is dedicated to Honoring, Respecting, and Remembering the memories of people from Michigan who heeded the call to military service during America's seven foreign wars. Located in Frankenmuth, the museum was started in order to tell the stories of servicemen and women from around the state and it now contains nearly 700 full collections of personal artifacts and stories of our war time heroes. In fact, Michigan's Military & Space Heroes Museum has gathered so many stories that it is the largest museum of its kind throughout the country and still growing. The museum houses a gallery dedicated to Michigan's governors who have served and galleries that honor the servicemen and women from each of the following conflicts: World War One, World War Two, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War and our current War on Terror. Within the World War One room, visitors will find the stories of Michigan's Own Polar Bears. These displays honor the men who formed a regiment of 5500 men, 90% of whom were from Michigan. These men have the distinction of being the only Americans ever to fight Russians on Russian soil. The museum also houses displays for each of the 13 astronauts from Michigan as well as recipients of the nations second highest award for valor, the Cross. The final gallery at the museum is dedicated to Medal of Honor recipients from Michigan and contains the largest collection anywhere in the United States, of Medals of Honor. Visitors to Michigan's Military & Space Heroes Museum can expect to be overwhelmed by the stories of sacrifice, bravery and valor that they will find there as the museum strives to Honor, Respect and Remember those who have served in our nations military.
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