Knott’s Berry Farm has been a local favorite since Walter and Cordelia Knott started selling their famous-recipe fried chicken and boysenberry pie in the 1930s. During this time, Walter popularized the boysenberry, which is a cross between a raspberry, blackberry and loganberry. Every boysenberry in the world can be traced back to Knott’s.
Our tour includes a walk through the oldest part of the park, Ghost Town – which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year – and, at its center, the “Gold” Trails Hotel, relocated to the Farm from Prescott, Arizona in 1940. We’ll also visit the Blacksmith, the School House, the Mystery Lodge, and restored train cars from 1881 & 1883. We’ll even take a ride on an authentic Denver and Rio Grande steam train from the early 1900s, which was America’s last operating narrow-gauge railroad.
- Paid admission to the park not required unless you will spend the day.
- Optional (no-host) lunch at Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner restaurant after the tour.
- For three-hour free parking, present a proof of purchase from California MarketPlace.