T’is The Season at Knott’s #MerryFarm

Knott’s Merry Farm is once again been transformed into a magical wonderland just in time for Christmas. You may not know this but Monday through Thursday admission is free into the Christmas Crafts Village inside Ghost Town.

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On a recent visit to Knott’s Merry Farm we had the opportunity experience the news ice skate show Merry Christmas, Snoopy! The show is wonderful with ice dancing and features vignettes with Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy and Snoopy.  There is so much more entertainment around the park including a special Christmas show with the Peanuts gang in Camp Snoopy, Carolers and live performances of The Gift of the Magi and a Christmas Carol inside the Bird Cage Theater.


Knott’s has unique touches for the season all over the park.  We were really impressed and surprised when we came upon this Nativity scene located just behind Santa’s Workshop, across from Big Foot Rapids.

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We also got to visit Santa’s workshop and tried some delicious pastries, cookies, eggnog and fresh roasted nuts. Knott’s Merry Farm is one of the best places to get the traditional American Christmas experience.

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Be sure to stick around at night for the tree lighting ceremony and calico Square where you’ll get visits from all of your favorite beagle as well as some of Santa’s elves and toy soldiers.  After the tree lighting, walk on over into the Ghost Town’s Main Street to experience the all new light and snow experience.

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Knott’s Merry Farm runs daily now through January 4th.  And just in time for Christmas, you can get season passes with no black out dates, for just six payments of just $13.25 and you get an extra ticket to allow you to come visit before 2014 ends.

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  1. Emily Hendricks says:

    Hi Aracely I found your blog while researching knotts berry farm. My family is going to be visiting that area and we only have 1 day not planned out with family. We have a 4 year old and 2 month old, is this something our 4 year old would enjoy? I am hoping you can answer this, not sure how comments work.

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