100th Anniversary Gold Collectible Snoopy Plush in Custom Box $26.99
California's Original Theme Park is where families like your have been finding their own kind of fun, in hundreds of different way, for 100 years! "The Knott's Family Reunion" is a chance for friends and families to come together to relive their favorite Knott's remembrances while also creating unforgettable new memories.
Knott's Berry Farm opened Camp Snoopy, the six-acre wonderland for kids and official home of Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang, in the summer of 1983. It was the first area of any amusement park designed solely for kids under 12.
Whittles Collectible Pin $9.99
Whittles, the Prospector roamed the dusty trails of Knott's Berry Farm's Ghost Town back in the day. He could be seen digging for gold all along the ore laden passages with his trusty burro sidekick, Brutus. He made friends with everyone he met - and those who met him say he was the friendliest ol' miner in the west. But one day, Whittles left Calico to stake his claim somewhere out in the mysterious desert. There have been sightings of him now and then, but Whittles remains a mystery to most folks. A shame really, as he had a heart of gold... and a few teeth as well. Someday you might see him back round these parts, Brutus at his side, prospecting for gold nuggets and good friends... Don't miss this gem of a pin, part of the Knott's 100th Pin Series.
The Haunted Shack Collectible Pin $9.99
Get lost in the vortex of the Haunted Shack with Knott's latest spinner pin, part of the Knott's 100th Pin Series! Step inside and bear witness to some of the most amazing, amusing, and confusing sights you'll ever see! In this ramshackle shack, water runs uphill, and chairs balance precariously on walls. Feel that mysterious forces in control. This shack is the middle ground between light and shadow. A dimension of imagination that tricks your mind. Beyond these portals, mysteries lie!
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Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".