A lot of progress to Knott's Bear-y Tales exterior!
Charles M. Schulz Theater has gotten a subtle face lift, fresh coat of paint.
The Speak Easy door looks fresh and has an updated audio message.
Here is a special announcement! Christopher Merritt and Eric Lynxwiler (Authors of Knott's Preserved) will be presenting a brand new book digging into the history of Rolly Crump's beloved Knott's Bear-y Tales ride! You will uncover never before seen photographs, stories, and complete documentation of the ride as if you're riding through it once again! Be on the look out for it sometime in 2021! Its gonna be very taking an extensive look on the Knott's Bear-y Line!
Lots going on at KBF even though the park is officially closed. Knott's has been very creative with their Taste of Calico features, opening up the CA Marketplace and outdoor tables for families to enjoy the both the food and the old west atmosphere.
Knott's Taste of Fall-O-Ween will take place select days September 25 - November 1. The only way to experience Knott's Taste of Fall-O-Ween is with a tasting card purchased in advance at knotts.com (a tasting card is required for event entry). Event hours will be Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 12 pm to 9 pm, and Sundays from 12 pm to 8 pm.
Regular tasting cards (ages 12+) are priced at $35 (plus tax) and will include five food tastings and Junior tasting cards (ages 3-11) are $20 (plus tax) and include three tastings plus a trip through the Camp Snoopy Trick-or-Treat Trail. Tasting cards are date specific and must be purchased online at knotts.com or through the Knott’s Berry Farm mobile app prior to the date of visit. In order to manage proper physical distancing of guests, Knott's Taste of Fall-O-Ween tasting cards will be limited each day and may sell out.
The Berry Broiler is looking awesome as Bear-y Tales is soon to make its comeback!
Special delivery! 🐾 The Bear-y Factory pie truck has arrived. Ready to load up with fresh boysenberry pies. 🎪 On the all-new Knott's Bear-y Tales: Return to the Fair 4-D interactive dark ride, you'll get to head into the factory and follow the Bear-y family to the fair.
A look at some of the Halloween decorations.
Of course Snoopy was out to greet visitors in his Dracula costume.
Exclusive Knott’s Taste of Fall-O-Ween items! 🎃 The event shirt features your favorite Peanuts characters in their festive costumes, while the sparkling pumpkin spider pin is sure to catch your eye. 🕷️🕸️ Purchase your event shirt and pin combo online and save.
Happy 45th to the Knott's Bear-y Tales attraction at Knott's Berry Farm. A classic dark ride made by Rolly Crump! Sadly, while we all can't celebrate the 45th with the new version of the classic dark ride back in its original home at Knott's by Triotech. But once the time comes for Knott's to reopen, it should be the biggest celebration of the classic ride!
Here is your look at the Bear-y Family Tree as it is during Bear-y Tales: Return To The Fair! Plus, a look into two of the newest family members: Mary and Bumble Bear-y. Artwork courtesy Knott's
Boysen Bear-y as he appears in Knott's Bear-y Tales: Return To The Fair. 34 years have passed since the last outing to the Country Fair and now he and his sister Girlsen help run the Boysenberry Pie Factory! You'll be able to run into new and old relatives when the time comes for Bear-y Tales to return! Artwork Courtesy Knott's.
Girlsen Bear-y, the daughter of Razz and Flapper still resides in Knott's Bear-y Farm with her family. And much like her brother Boysen in the years that have passed. She now tends to the family business of the Bear-y Factory crafting Boysenberry Pies. Currently, she and her family are preparing for the Country Fair in Knott's Bear-y Tales: Return To The Fair! Artwork Courtesy Knott's
There are jam-makers and fruit-stuffers and bakers galore, ovens and pie machines (who could want more?). Meet Mary Bear-y, the wife to Boysen and mother to their son, Bumble! New to the pie-making business, she is excited to carry on the legacy of the Bear-y family and bring home that blue ribbon prize from the fair!
Flapper Bear-y is short and loves to chat, she never goes out without her hat. It is big and floppy and very bright red, and she wears it to keep the sun off her head. When you ride the all-new 4-D interactive dark ride, you'll get to meet this lively character and the rest of the Bear-y family.
Razz Bear-y bear thinks dancing is grand. He dances to the beat of the Jazzberry Band. He taps and he prances; with Flapper he spins, At every Dance contest, this bear couple wins. After 34 years, Razz still has a love for dancing with his sweetheart! There's no doubt you'll see them at the fair when Knotts Beary Tales: Return to the Fair opens!
Elder Bear-y bear is skinny and tall. He reads many books and is wisest of all. His glasses stick on the end of his nose; Without them he'd trip all over his toes. "Come on," says Elder Bear-y, "We've got to run. Let's get to the Fair so we won't miss the fun!" Get ready for an all-new adventure when Knott's Bear-y Tales: Return to the Fair opens.
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