The original zoom! The Knott's Berry Farm pie delivery truck is ready to bring you a piping hot pie right from the factory! A pie made from fresh Knott's Boysenberries must be enjoyed quick while the flavor is the fullest - and this one-of-a-kind truck is tuned up to deliver fresh Farm goodness from our home to yours! You'll find this beauty parked right in front of the Berry Factory at Knott's Berry Farm, gleaming in the sun and ready for another road trip! Be sure to hop in and drive one of these limited-edition collector pins home before they hit the highway. Pin #20
Ghost Town's Undertaker was Phineas J. Mortimer, whose first establishment was located at Calico Square, where he hung his sign, "Your best friend... The last one to let you down." After the sock maker moved out of his building next to Bird Cage Theatre, Mortimer moved in. With all the gunfights in town, Ol' Mortimer made a killing! He's still in business today, and he's dying for you to drop by to pay your respects or try on a casket. Pin #52 in the Knott's 100th Anniversary series pays tribute to this lesser-known spirit of Ghost Town.
Step back into history! The Old Schoolhouse was built in Beloit, Kansas in 1879 and was a real schoolhouse until 1947. Walter Knott purchased the schoolhouse and brought it to Knott's Berry Farm in 1952 where it was used as a real school for the children of the Farm employees. You can still step inside and go back in time to see how those brave pioneers taught their children so many years ago. Pin #31 in the Knott's 100th Anniversary series is a great way to share a bit of history... hurry, the bell is ringing... class is starting!
Relocated from a neighboring farm less than a mile away, Walter Knott's blacksmith building is an original piece of American history. Moved lock, stock, and anvil to Ghost Town in 1941, the old blacksmith shop remains a venerable cornerstone of Main Street as one of its original buildings and one of Knott's most historic structures. The craft of the blacksmith continues today just as it has for over 150 years within this building’s walls. Hand-wrought branding irons and horseshoes are still made to order! There's no better way to pay tribute to this important old west figure than with this classic collector available on for a limited time. Get one before they vanish like the old west!
Snoopy got into the Halloween spirit in 1993 when Camp Snoopy first became Camp Spooky, a kid-friendly, non-scary Halloween party. During the daytime celebration, youngsters could trick-or-treat with the Peanuts gang and celebrate Halloween cheer! Pin #66 in the Knott's 100th Anniversary series celebrates this festive family event with some recognizable characters in their best costumes!
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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".