Knott's Berry Farm Tickets

Enjoy a day of zany and high-octane fun for the entire family, with your Knotts Berry Farm tickets, bookable on isango! Step into a Western-themed world choc-a-bloc with attractions and entertainment for all ages, roller coaster rides, thrills galore, interactive entertainment, elaborate stage shows, and cartoon fun featuring Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang. The famous theme park started out as a humble berry farm but grew into a popular family-friendly destination due to the famous fried chicken dinners, boysenberries and an Old West Ghost Town. Oozing Californian charm and history, this is the perfect place to visit for a fun and exciting day and a break from hectic sightseeing in the city. A walking distance from the theme park, the Knott's Soak City Waterpark and Knott's Hotel are also well worth a visit. So book your tickets to Knotts Berry Farm, California’s first theme park, and book at the earliest to grab the best deals and discounts!


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Our tips for Knotts Berry Farm

  • Waterproofing: Wear waterproof shoes and carry an extra pair of socks as some of the rides like Timber Mountain Log Ride and Grizzly Creek Rapids have water.
  • Savor Knotts’ culinary specialties: Your trip to this famous theme park just isn’t complete till you’ve enjoyed a meal at one of the restaurants. Knotts is known for its unique and delicious culinary creations so make sure you try some of them.
  • Baby changing stations: If you’re taking your little ones along, there are baby changing Stations located at the Mystery Lodge, Excelerator Bathrooms and the Market Place (outside the park near Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant). 

Good to know

Best time to visit

Temperatures are pleasant throughout the year. You can visit anytime. In terms of days, midweek is the best time to visit. Try to go on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Summer breaks, spring breaks and extended weekends can get extremely crowded. So if you’re planning to visit around that time, make sure that you book your tickets well in advance.

Getting there

A trip from LA to the famous theme park takes less than 30 minutes. You could either rent a car, take a cab or book a package that includes roundtrip transportation from LA along with the Knotts Berry Farm tickets. There are also direct public transit buses that take you from LA to the park. Most people opt to take the train, then transfer to a bus.

Money saving tips
  • Book online instead of booking at the ticket booth as the price at the theme park is almost always higher and by a considerable amount. You can also enjoy a lot of deals and discounts when booking online.
  • Book saver combos and passes and save BIG on admission fees. The more you enjoy, the less you spend. Check out the latest combos on isango! and pick out one that’s just right for you!
  • Going on a busy day or a public holiday is more expensive. Try going midweek and during a slow season. There are often discounts to be availed if you go at a certain time or day.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for discount coupons. A quick search online can yield some pretty great offers that can help you save tons of dough. 

Did you know?
  • Knotts Berry Farm is the 13th most-visited park in North America and California’s first theme park.
  • In the 1920s, the famous theme park was a small berry farm owned by the Knott family. The family would preserve and sell berries and pies on the roadside and it wasn’t until Cordelia Knott started a Chicken Diner Restaurant that the farm became popular.
  • If visitors and employees are to be believed, the Peanut Playhouse in Camp Snoopy might be haunted. Lights supposedly go on and off when no one’s around. There are similarly creepy eyewitness accounts about the Chicken Dinner Restaurant, Virginia Gift Shop upstairs and the Bird Cage Theater.


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