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Join in on Knott’s Merry Farm’s Holiday

Merry Farm Logo

Joy is in season at Knott’s Merry Farm! Snoopy and a cast of world class ice skaters perform Merry Christmas, Snoopy!, a whimsical ice show bursting with characters and remarkable skating. In Santa’s Christmas Cabin, guests can share their wish lists with jolly ol’ St. Nick and savor some of Knott’s world famous holiday treats.

Take a trip back in time and celebrate Christmas in the Old West town of Calico. Climb aboard the Calico Railroad for Christmas on Engine 41 and meet Ghost Town residents eager to share their holiday plans with you. Those looking for great gift ideas can shop Knott’s Christmas Crafts Village, a shopping wonderland where local artisans demonstrate their craft and sell their unique gifts.

Charlie Brown and Linus in Snow
Baby holding Santa's Finger

In the evening, join Snoopy as he lights up the night in the Snoopy’s Merriest Tree Lighting show, then take a stroll through Ghost Town where snow gently falls while thousands of sparkling lights dance to the beat of holiday music.

Snow and Glow in Ghost Town
Calico Carolers Santa and Snoopy

The perfect stocking stuffer is now on-sale! A 2016 Season Pass includes one free admission in 2015, unlimited visits in 2016 with no blackout dates, discounts on select food and merchandise, and access to exciting year-round seasonal events. For affordable year-round fun for everyone on your “nice” list, Season Passes start at just $81.00, the best price of the year for a limited time.

Make fun part of your holiday tradition at Knott’s Merry Farm November 21-January 3.

*Tickets to the media day is provided by GigaSavvy.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.

8 comments

  1. It looks like a wonderful place to visit with my grandkids. I wish they had a Knotts Berry Farm amusement park in New York. If we ever visit near Buena Park, CA during late Nov or Dec, I would definitely bring the kids there. I’d love to visit their a Christmas Crafts Village.

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