Designed with Alpine architecture and operating year-round, the building is 2.97 ha in size with landscaped grounds covering 27 acres (11 ha). Outside the entrance are three 17-foot-tall (5.2 m) outdoor Santas and a 15-foot-tall (4.6 m) snowman.

Inside, there are approximately 800 animated figurines at various locations throughout the store. Bronner’s parking lot can accommodate up to 1,080 cars and 50 buses. Some 100,000 lights illuminate Bronner’s one-half-mile-long (0.80 km), Christmas Lane, in the evening. Michigan designated Bronner’s as an “Embassy for Michigan Tourism” in 1976.

Founded in 1945 by Wally Bronner, Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland is visited annually by over two million people, with the weekend after Thanksgiving being the busiest of the year with over 50,000 visitors. Its inventory exceeds 50,000 trims and gifts, including Christmas ornaments, artificial Christmas trees, Christmas lights, Nativity scenes, Christmas decorations, collectibles, and similar goods.

Each year, approximately 600,000 glass ornaments, 530,000 feet (160,000 m) of garland, 150,000 postcards and 86,000 light sets (nearly 530 miles [850 km] of light cords) are sold. Bronner’s has the exclusive right to sell Precious Moments Christmas-themed figurines.

The store is open 361 days per year. In 2018, there were over 350 decorated Christmas trees inside and products from 70 countries in the 320,000 square foot building.

According to en.wikipedia; Source of photos: internet