Knott’s Merry Farm Returns for the Holidays!

The Holiday Spirit is back at Knott’s Merry Farm

Christmastime is here, and that means Knott’s Berry Farm has once again turned up its holiday spirit to 10 on the joy dial as it happily changes over to Knott’s Merry Farm.

Knott’s Merry Farm is a wonderful place to make holiday memories with the entire family; the 160-acre amusement park invites guests to celebrate with live entertainment, a Christmas Crafts Faire, lavish holiday decorations, and, of course, Santa!

And to help add to all the merriment, TicketsatWork.com is wrapping up special savings: Up to 45% on admission to Knott’s Berry Farm/Knott’s Merry Farm.

No visit to Knott’s Merry Farm would be complete without catching a performance of the sensational Snoopy Ice Show, or the nightly festive Christmas tree lighting ceremony.

Snoopy and his pals celebrate at Knott’s Merry Farm

Celebrate the holidays watching the Snoopy ice show, and the Calico Saloon Christmas Show, plus visiting Santa’s Christmas Cabin.

Every night during Knott’s Merry Farm, when the sun sets, the buildings and paths in Ghost Town’s Main Street and School House Road are filled with glow and snow.

Then you will enjoy thousands of sparkling lights dance to the beat of “Let It Snow” while snow gently falls in this spectacular holiday moment.

And if you’re still wondering how you’d like to ring in 2016, you can spend New Year’s Eve at Knott’s Berry Farm – complete with special live entertainment, fireworks, and dozens of rides.

Knott’s Berry Farm is a terrific adventure for the whole family – all year long; more than 165 rides, shows, attractions, restaurants and shops in five themed areas shape the Knott’s experience.

But there’s definitely something extra special about spending the holidays at the park when Knott’s Berry Farm becomes a winter wonderland.

No matter when you choose to visit, you will find new excitement in store for the whole family – and another reason to return again soon.

Knott’s Merry Farm runs until January 3.

By: Jeff Hyatt

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