Knott’s Season Passes – A Great Holiday Gift!

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Peanuts Characters

Are you looking for something fun and exciting for this year’s Holiday gifts? Knott’s Berry Farm has you covered with their affordable season passes! The 2016 Knott’ Berry Farm season pass gives you access to all of the great seasonal events that happen at Knott’s Berry Farm (excluding Knott’s Scary Farm), plus discounts on food and merchandise. Included with your 2016 season pass is one visit during 2015, which means you can visit Knott’s Merry Farm this year, as well as next year!

Merry Farm Logo

If you’ve never had a chance to visit Knott’s during the Holiday season, now is the time to go! There is a lot to love about Knott’s Merry Farm. The halls are decked and the Peanuts gang are out and about in their best snow day gear. It’s the perfect place to make new Holiday memories and create great family traditions.

Santa and Snoopy

Knott’s Merry Farm includes all kind of fun activities. From thrilling attractions and live entertainment, to a craft and artisan fair and festive holiday decorations, to delectable holiday foods, there is something for every member of the family.

Signature Spin

A fan-favorite returning this year is the Merry Christmas, Snoopy! ice show. The show is packed with fun and whimsical scenes as Snoopy enjoys all of the best parts of the season such as trimming the tree and attending the Christmas Ball alongside some amazing world class ice skaters. Showing in the Charles M. Schulz Theatre on select dates from November 21st through Jan 3rd, this is a one-of-a-kind performance that you don’t want to miss.

Inside Christmas Cabin

During Knott’s Merry Farm, The Wildnerness Dance Hall in Ghost Town becomes Santa’s Christmas Cabin. This transformation brings holiday delights like Santa’s homemade cookies, freshly roasted nuts, seasonal craft beers, and other Knott’s holiday treats all under one roof for guests to sample as they wait to meet and take a photo with Santa Claus.

Calico Carolers

Guests can also get into the Christmas Spirit in the Knott’s Christmas Craft Village, located right in the middle of Ghost Town. Booths full of beautiful handmade gift items line the streets, so you can do a little holiday shopping while the Calico Carolers stroll through serenading you with seasonal favorites. Another highlight of the Christmas Craft Village is the glass-blowing and chainsaw sculpting demonstrations done throughout the day. The Village is included with regular park admission, and is also open to the public for free Monday through Thursday, November 23rd through December 10th.

Engine 41 Sing-a-long

Throughout the day, guests can find themselves entertained by a variety of fun and family-friendly shows and activities. Knott’s Merry Farm entertainment includes Christmas Time is Here, Charlie Brown in the Camp Snoopy Theater, Christmas on Engine 41, A Christmas Carol and A Gift of the Magi in Ghost Town’s historic Bird Cage Theatre, Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies also in the Birdcage Theatre, and The Ghost Town Miners on the Fireman’s BBQ Stage.

Santa in Sleigh

Every night, when the sun goes down, it’s time for Snoopy’s Merriest Tree Lighting. Santa and Snoopy join together, along with elves, toy soldiers, snowmen, and more to light the towering Knott’s Merry Farm Christmas tree.

Snow and Glow in Ghost Town

This year, you can also catch the nightly snowfall in even more places than before! The buildings of Ghost Town will twinkle as snow falls from the School House to the Saloon and down to the Assay Office!


Snow at Knott's Merry Farm

Christmastime is alive and well at Knott’s Merry Farm, and there’s no better way to celebrate the season! Get your 2016 season passes now and enjoy your free 2015 visit! Daily admission to Knott’s is $67 at the gate or $43 if you purchase online. Children 3-11 are $37. For more info, directions and hotel deals, visit Knotts.com

 

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About Angela Bishop

Angela is a Florida transplant who has been living in Orange County since 2004. She loves music, driving on the freeway (even in the SoCal traffic), trying new foods, and traveling near and far. When she’s not covering local events, she’s talking about her crazy family over on http://mommy-mania.com.

Comments

  1. What a wonderful activity for the holidays!

  2. I haven’t been to Knott’s since having kids. Something I’ll definitely have to check out with the kids – hopefully this holiday season.

  3. How fun!!!

  4. Jennifer Nieves says:

    Looks like fun! I have never been for Christmas. Thanks for sharing!!

  5. We haven’t taken the kids to Knotts yet! May need to check it out!!!

  6. I grew up in Southern California and visited Knotts Berry Dame quite a bit. My family just moved here from Florida and I’m excited to show them some of my childhood favorites. This looks like a fun event for everyone

  7. Love Knotts! They do a great promo for military families like mine and it is always a great time for my family! Excited to see their Christmas stuff this year!

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