Frankenmuth is Called the Handholding Capital of Michigan
Next week my wife and i will be celebrating our 14th wedding anniversary. The actual date is August 23 and we plan on spending the entire day in Frankenmuth, right here in beautiful Michigan.
We've both been to Frankenmuth several times in the past and we both absolutely love it there. There's one thing we haven't done yet that we plan on doing on our actual anniversary.
There are so many romantic spots just about everywhere you turn in Frankenmuth. My wife and I plan on taking a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride throughout downtown Frankenmuth. (white horses and a white carriage)
After our romantic excursion, it's off to enjoy a delicious world famous chicken dinner that Frankenmuth is well known for.
Lori and I will have dinner at Zehnder's which features delicious chicken, mashed potatoes, buttered noodles, dressing, and a nice after dinner ice cream treat.
And since my wife and I both really love chocolate, we'll be checking out a place called "Frankenmuth Fudge Kitchen." This place is awesome. This from frankenmuth.com:
Original Frankenmuth Fudge made from the original recipes in copper kettles and hand paddled on thick marble slabs. We combine only the finest ingredients: dark, rich cocoa, sweet creamery butter, thick cream, natural sugars, full bodied flavors, Georgia pecans, Michigan cherries, Hawaiian coconut, and more! Everything is made fresh daily for you to view. Over 100 tons are made yearly on 25 marble slabs.
Frankenmuth is known as the handholding Capital of Michigan. Once you're in Frankenmuth you'll understand why so many couples are holding hands.
It's a great place to spend a couple days just walking around, taking a few tours, and even checking out Bronner's which carries all kinds of beautiful Christmas ornaments.