Knott's Berry Farm
California's Original Theme Park
Knott's Berry Farm is recognized as California's first theme park, but it was initially a farm and nursery owned by the Knott family. Eventually, attractions were added to the property, and the production of berries on the farm ended. Today, Knott's Berry Farm is home to multiple shows and an abundance of attractions targeted at thrill-seekers as well as families. The attractions and shows are located throughout the park's uniquely themed areas, which are designed to immerse park visitors into distinct atmospheres. Knott's Berry Farm's exciting experiences and lower admission prices make it an attractive destination to visit.
Buena Park, California
Operating dates and hours vary by park
Kids, tweens, teens, adults
Places to Explore
Knott's Berry Farm theme park
Experience exhilarating roller coasters and classic rides in themed areas.
Knott's Soak City water park
Enjoy numerous water attractions, including body slides, a wave pool, a lazy river, and more.
California Marketplace complex
Browse for an assortment of souvenirs and snacks or enjoy a meal.
Knott's Berry Farm's electrifying roller coasters make the park a big hit for thrill seekers.
Knott's Scary Farm
During the Halloween season, Knott's Berry Farm fully transforms and introduces unique haunted houses and more.
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