- The list below includes 81 free or cheap things to do in or near Frankenmuth, Michigan, including 47 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Military Museums, Maze and Distilleries.
- From Memorial Park to Heritage Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Frankenmuth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bay City, Flint, Saginaw and Burton.
Suitable for camping, Churchgrove Park offers 65 RV and tent camping sites with electrical hookups and available water. The park provides restroom and shower facilities, a children's playground, fire pits and open green space.
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1030 West Tuscola Street, Frankenmuth, MI 48734 MoreLess Info
Frankenmuth is home to the St. Lorenz Lutheran Church, which provides worship services in a 19th century historic church and also offers complementary tours and viewings. The organization also offers music concerts, seminars, and a pre-school through eighth grade school.
Bronner's Christmas Store covers 27 acres with an enclosed building that covers 7.35 acres. Shoppers can see three 17-foot Santa Clauses, a large snowman, and 17 different animated displays, along with buying Christmas decorations.
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1250 Weiss Street, Frankenmuth, MI 48734 MoreLess Info
Frankenmuth's own Michigan Military and Space Museum features indoor and outdoor exhibits on the Michigan Army, Navy, and Air Force. The museum also includes information on Michigan's governors, astronauts, and Medal of Honor winners.
Grandpa Tiny's Farm in Frankenmuth is a working historical farm. It offers tours, petting farms, and a horse-drawn wagon ride including demonstrations of draft horses plowing, planting, and harvesting in addition to a seasonal pumpkin patch.
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925 South Main St., Frankenmuth, MI 48734 MoreLess Info
Frankenmuth features the River Place Shops, a German/Bavarian-themed outdoor shopping mall which includes 40 shops and attractions. Toy stores, women's boutique shops, and gift shops scatter the mall, which hosts events including a scarecrow festival, the Dog Bowl, and a hot air balloon festival.
The Frankenmuth Historical Museum in Frankenmuth tells the history of the settlement of Frankenmuth. Special exhibits include information on John F. Kennedy with self-guided and guided tours available in addition to educational programs.
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925 S. Main St, Ste B-2, Frankenmuth, MI 48734 MoreLess Info
Grand Traverse Distillery is a small batch micro-distillery that produces vodkas, whiskeys, gin and rum milled only from local grain. Visitors to their tasting room can have one free 1/2 ounce pour of any of their spirits.