My daughter and I stopped here as we were passing through Frankenmuth (after seeing all the signs!). It was sure interesting and we had fun looking at all the ornaments and decorations in the middle of the summer. We bought a few things that were unique to the store (a glass ornament of the state of Michigan) and found a beautful ornament for a friend's fancy-schmancy Christmas tree. We liked the Silent Night Chapel and found it's history fascinating. Outside the chapel are many signs with the words to Silent Night written in a zillion different languages. We probably spent 20 minutes just looking at them trying to find the most unique language and seeing the written symbols from alphabets other than the one we know. Very very interesting! I thought it was worth the stop and so did my daughter. I wish we were there at night to see the outside lighted displays though, but we had to get on our way.
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