Knott’s Berry Farm, Southern California’s most affordable theme park offering adventure and fun for all age groups. With the price of a single ticket to Disneyland® going for over $100.00, a family of four can visit Knott’s for about half the price of a visit to Disneyland California.
Knott’s Berry Farm Discount Tickets
These tickets are $44.00 – $46.00. Monday through Thursday tickets is $44.
More Ways To Save at Knott’s
Costco Discount: Occasionally Costco offers seasonal discount tickets for Knott’s Berry Farm. Check your local store for details or visit the Costo Travel website for details.
Auto Club: Visit a branch office or check online at the Auto Club website. You can also show your valid AAA card at the ticket booth and get a discount.
Ralphs Market: Ralphs sometimes has coupons for Knott’s tickets, check your local store for availability. Proceeds from ticket sales usually benefit a local charity.
Groupon: During the summer Groupon features a ride-and-slide combo ticket which is good for theme park and water park.
Military, Fire, Law Enforcement: Show your Military I.D. card at the Knott’s Berry Farm for a discount. Check Knott’s website for Fire & Law days. Usually Free Tickets.
Knotts Berry Farm Rides & Attractions
America’s first theme park Knott’s Berry Farm has ten roller coasters including Xcelerator, Ghost Rider, Jaguar, Pony Express and Silver Bullet. There are also three water rides, Bigfoot Rapids, Perilous Plunge and original Timber Mountain Log Ride.
Knott’s Calico Mine Ride
Knott’s mine ride was the first big attraction at the farm. Opened in 1960 this family-friendly ride takes visitors into a gold mine complete with caverns, waterfalls, and the motherload room. Over the years the mine received minor updates and additions. In 2014 the Calico Mine tour got a major upgrade. State-of-the-art animatronic figures, new lighting, special effects, and new mine cars.
Knotts Berry Farm Ghost Town
Knott’s Ghost Town is one of the original attractions in the park. Walter Knott collected buildings from mining camps and abandoned towns and created a replica western town. Today the ghost town has a Blacksmith Shop, Sheriff’s Office, Silver Dollar Saloon, Bird Cage Theatre, Boot Hill, Gold Panning, and many other buildings. A few of the buildings were moved from Calico Ghost Town near Barstow which was once owned by Walter Knott.
Camp Snoopy For Younger Children
Knott’s Berry Farm is very family-friendly and offers plenty of rides for younger children. Camp Snoopy has 12 rides just for kids including Charlie Brown’s Speedway, Lucy’s Tugboat, Woodstock’s Airmail and Rocky Road Trucking’ Company.
Dining at Knotts Berry Farm
Knott’s Berry Farm Chicken Dinner Restaurant serves over a million guests each year and is the largest full-service restaurant in California that serves chicken as its main course. Also on the grounds at Knott’s is a Pinks Hot Dogs and a TGIF restaurant. All three restaurants are outside the park entrance. Nearby Buena Park Downtown features a Chili’s, Olive Garden, and numerous fast-food restaurants.
Knott’s Berry Farm Tips Before You Go
- If you’re planning a visit to Knotts Berry Farm the number one tip we have is to arrive when the park opens. This will give you, at least, two hours of short lines for all the major rides.
- After 12:00-noon the park gets busy. Hundreds of people will be pouring through the gate and the lines will be growing.
- Is there any place you can park for free? Behind Soak City along Stanton Avenue, there are places to park for free. See the comment section for more details on free parking.
- Parking at Knott’s parking lots is currently $20.00.
- Knott’s Berry Farm Season Passes can only be purchased from the park. Season Passes are a good deal if you live within an hours drive of the park.
- How much are tickets for Knott’s at the gate: 2019 -Adults $82.00 Age 3-11 $52.00.
Events at Knotts
Every October Knott’s Berry Farm turns into Knott’s Scary Farm. Halloween Haunt at Knott’s is the world’s largest theme park Halloween event. Over 1000 monsters roam the grounds at Knotts, 4 shows, and 13 different mazes.
Christmas is a wonderful time to visit. Knott’s Christmas Farm is decorated with holiday lights and has a crafts village offering handmade one-of-a-kind gifts and strolling carolers. Knott’s Berry Farm Christmas Craft Fair is free weekdays, no admission required.
During the Summer Knott’s Soak City Water Park opens its gates for cool fun in the Southern California sun. Knott’s Soak City is a 13-acre water park designed to look like a 1950s beach town.
Knott’s Berry Farm has changed over the years but has still managed to keep its charm. This wonderful theme park entertains every member of the family from grandparents to younger children. Knott’s Berry Farm 8039 Beach Boulevard Buena Park, California.