- TripBuzz discovered 45 different types of activities for couples in the Frankenmuth area, including Parks (like Memorial Park), Boat Tours (like Bavarian Belle Riverboat), Amusement Parks (All Ages) (like The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth) and Maze (like Mirror Maze), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 80 date ideas in or near Frankenmuth, Michigan, including 67 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bay City, Flint, Saginaw and Burton.
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.
At Zehnder's Splash Village, visitors can spend the day at an indoor waterpark on attractions such as shallow wading pools, playgrounds, and volleyball courts. Visitors can spend the night at the lodge or rent a cabana for the day.
An indoor amusement facility, Mirror Maze features the titular maze of mirrors as well as a challenging laser maze area. The facility also sells a variety of candy and other refreshments, and is available for party rentals.
Castle Museum is a timeless, historical institution that has lecture series with local experts, exhibits, and annual festivals. These are the following exhibitions they show at their museum: signature, temporary, stand-alone, past, upcoming, and virtual. They have been nationally award for best practices.
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1574 S Washington Avenue, Saginaw, MI 48605 MoreLess Info
Guests can visit a memorial that honors the military men and women of Saginaw at the Saginaw Veterans Memorial Plaza. The memorial sells bricks to be placed in the memorial with the name and branch of service of fallen soldiers.
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1730 S. Washington Avenue, Saginaw, MI MoreLess Info
Over 150 animals including thousands of insects are featured within the Children's Zoo at Celebration Square which is open throughout the year. In addition to the zoo exhibits, there are other attractions like a train ride, carousel, and walking gardens.
At Japanese Cultural Center, visitors can stroll through the three acres of garden; which includes a bridge, paths, and cherry trees. The center has an authentic Japanese tea house where visitors can experience a tea ceremony with a docent.