There are more attractions in the Orange County area than there are in most states. From zoos and aquariums to interactive learning centers and historic sites, Anaheim/OC has enough fun and activities to fill your entire vacation. To say there is something for everyone sounds a bit trite, but that statement rings true in this region.

SeaWorld San Diego

500 SeaWorld Dr. San Diego , CA 92109 Phone: 619/226.3845 Website

Just a hop, skip and a splash away! For discounted ticket and transportation from Anaheim, visit Pacific Coast Sightseeing Tours & Charters, Inc..

Come celebrate the wonders of the sea at SeaWorld® San Diego. Experience the Shamu® show, One Ocean, and thrilling rides like Journey To Atlantis®, Shipwreck Rapids® and Wild Arctic®. Join Elmo and his friends at the Sesame Street Bay of Play® featuring family-friendly rides. Don't miss the Pets Rule! ® show and the hilarious antics of Clyde and Seamore's sea lion and otter show. Feed and touch dolphins and get up-close to beluga whales, polar bears, sharks and penguins. Enjoy fascinating aquariums and exotic birds from around the world. Then dive into the world of sea turtles at the all-new Turtle Reef attraction. Purchase tickets click here.

Balboa/Newport Beach Sportfishing Trips - Newport


309 Palm St., Suite A Balboa , CA 92661 Phone: 949/675.0550

Newport Landing Sportfishing is great for both beginners and experienced fisherman, with day fishing trips offered in the morning, afternoon, and evening daily. Catch over two dozen different species of fish including giant yellowtail up to 40 pounds, halibut, kelp bass, barracuda, red snapper, and many more. Hundreds of fish per each trip is common. Catalina Island day trips are offered daily and they catch giant yellowtail to 50 pounds, white sea bass to 60 pounds, yellowfin tuna (summer months) and dozens more. Overnight and longer trips are also available. Check our website for availability and schedule. Each ship has a full-service kitchen onboard and fish cleaning. Rental gear and everything you would need for your trip is also available.

Discovery Science Center

2500 N. Main St. Santa Ana , CA 92705 Phone: 714/542.CUBE

Imaginations run wild through more than 100 hands-on exhibits at Discovery Science Center, Orange County's leading destination for hands-on science fun. Take the Eco Challenge and become a green superhero, feel the power of a real rocket engine “launch”, explore the inner workings of a two-story tall dinosaur and try your best slap shot against the Anaheim Duck's goalie! Traveling exhibits and annual events such as Bug Invasion and Bubblefest throughout the year ensure that there is always something new to discover. Since 1998, Discovery Science Center has been a non-profit organization dedicated to educating young minds, assisting teachers and increasing public understanding of science, math and technology through interactive exhibits and programs. It is a community-wide resource where families come together to learn and have fun and school districts can use as an educational resource. Discovery Science Center welcomed its one-millionth visitor in 2003 and now hosts over 400,000 guests each year. Open daily from 10am.

Adventure City

1238 S. Beach Blvd. Anaheim , CA 92804 Phone: 714/236.9300

Adventure City is the little theme park that's big on family fun! Admission for a family of four is about the same price as one ticket to a big park so you can enjoy all of our 17 rides, shows and attractions for one affordable price! Experience thrills on one of our two roller coasters. Take a ride on the Adventure City Express Train or get a little loony on the crazy bus. Meet some new animal friends in our petting farm. Enjoy fun, interactive children's shows and so much more!

Aquarium of the Pacific

100 Aquarium Way Long Beach , CA 90802 Phone: 562/590.3100

Nature within reach! Come to the Aquarium of the Pacific where you can get in touch with nature and marine life - any time you want. Touch sharks. Feed lorikeet birds. Watch sea otters play. Over 12,500 animals await you. Open daily from 9am to 6pm, Closed during Long Beach Grand Prix and Christmas Day.

Aquatica/SeaWorld San Diego

500 SeaWorld Dr. San Diego , CA 92109 Toll Free: 800/25-SHAMU

Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark™ is making a splash this summer in Chula Vista. Aquatica San Diego, like its sister parks in San Antonio and Orlando, Fla., features guest experiences from serene to extreme, with water play as endless as the sea itself, and is home to a variety of exotic animals, providing an educational component to a waterpark visit that is both unexpected and enriching. Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark, at 2052 Entertainment Circle in Chula Vista, Calif., is now open (daily through Sept. 2 and weekends only Sept. 7 through Oct. 20).

Aquatica San Diego is a lushly landscaped waterpark with up-close animal experiences, high speed thrills and the amenities of a beachside resort. Among dozens of slides and rides at this whimsical, South Seas-themed waterpark is Big Surf Shores™. One of the largest wave pools in Southern California, it features more than 500,000 gallons of water to take a swim in and a huge sandy beach for basking in the sun. Adventurers should check out HooRoo Run®, where they have a choice of. two enclosed and two open-air slides that take them down an 80-foot descent. Caribbean flamingos and freshwater turtles round out the Aquatica experience, as only SeaWorld can.


Want to Make the Most of Your Day?

Whether you're spending the whole day or just a few hours, these sample itineraries will help you plan it all! Got teens? We've got a list of rides and attractions that will make any thrill seeker scream! Families , and those with small children can map out their day perfectly, too. And for any history buffs or anyone wanting to stroll down Memory Lane, check out the Ghost Town itinerary highlighting many of Walter Knott's original attractions.


Theme Park Hours

Plan your trip with our day-by-day calendar of hours.

Driving Directions

It's easy to get to Knott's Berry Farm! The park is located at 8039 Beach Blvd. in Buena Park, just south of the 91 and 5 freeways.

Getting Here

You don't need a car to get to Knott's. Choose from sightseeing tours, shuttles and public transit.


A full rundown on single-day admission prices, advance ticket purchases, Fast Lane tickets and Season Passes!

Season Passes

Knott's Season Pass, Gold Season Pass, or Platinum Season Pass! There are a number of different options – see what works for you!

Park Map

You will never get lost with our handy park map.

Birthday Parties

Have your child's next birthday party in Camp Snoopy! All-inclusive pricing covers admission for each guest and a special gift for the birthday boy or girl.

Guests With Disabilities

Accommodations have been made throughout Knott's Berry Farm for guests with special needs. Wheelchair rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis. A Guest Assistance Pass can be obtained and is required for modified waiting times to attractions. Read our Rider Safety Guide for information on wheelchair and non-ambulatory guest access to rides and attractions.

Guest Services

Where to find lockers, strollers, ATMs, diaper changing stations and other amenities.

Frequently Asked Questions

For information on pets, ride restrictions, items you cannot bring into the park and more, read our Frequently Asked Questions ! Our Guest Services department is also happy to answer any additional questions you may have. Please call (714) 220-5200.

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Contact Knott's Berry Farm

Knott's Berry Farm
8039 Beach Boulevard.
Buena Park, CA USA 90620

General Park Phone Number

(714) 220-5200

Guest Relations

Great guest service is one of our highest priorities throughout Knott's Southern California Resort. Let us answer your questions and provide you with all the information you need to makeyour day a memorable one.

Battleship USS IOWA - Pacific Battleship Center

Pacific Battleship Center 250 S. Harbor Blvd., Berth 87 San Pedro , CA 90731 Phone: 877/446.9261

The Battleship of Presidents, USS IOWA has opened as a floating museum! Voted one of the Best Cool Exhibits to See with Your Kids, your adventure includes a tour covering the gun and missile systems, officers' wardroom, crew's mess, the Captain's cabin and more. Battleship IOWA is perfect for families and events. Open daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Bowers Museum

2002 N. Main St. Santa Ana , CA 92706 Phone: 714/567.3600

One of Southern California's finest museums and Orange County's largest, the Bowers Museum promotes human understanding through art. Its state-of-the-art facilities enable the Bowers to present world-class exhibitions from the greatest museums in the world. Its own collections are particularly strong in the areas of African, South Pacific, Asian, Native American, pre-Columbian art, and California plein-air paintings. Its location, close to four major freeways and four miles south of Disneyland, makes the Bowers an ideal destination for visitors to Southern California.

Kidseum, an 11,000-square foot children's museum, just two blocks south of the Bowers Museum, makes a strong statement about its role in children's education. The Bowers Museum's commitment to engage a broad and diverse audience is evident in the variety of exciting programs, including family cultural arts festivals, lectures, film series, symposia, and teacher workshops. With the addition of the new Dorothy and Donald Kennedy Wing in 2007, the museum added a permanent Chinese exhibition, along with additional galleries for special exhibitions, spacious event venues, and a 300-seat auditorium, all to advance its mission to enrich lives through the world's finest arts and cultures.

Balboa/Newport Beach Whale & Dolphin Cruises -

Newport Landing

309 Palm St., Suite A Newport Beach , CA 92661 Phone: 949/675.0551

Newport Landing provides year-round multiple whale watching and dolphin cruises daily aboard our specifically built-for-whale-watching ship, the Ocean Explorer. Our cruises depart from Newport Harbor in Newport Beach. Newport Harbor is the closest ocean harbor from Anaheim and is surrounded by the famous coastlines of Laguna Beach and Newport Beach. On one of our whale watching cruises you can expect to see dolphins, sea lions, marine birds and, of course, whales. The winter and spring months bring the annual grey whale migration and the summer and fall months, giant blue whales. With over a 95 percent success rate of viewing whales and/or dolphin, the odds are definitely in your favor. Also offering our all-day Catalina Island Whale Watching cruises.

Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum

18001 Yorba Linda Blvd. Yorba Linda , CA 92886 Phone: 714/364.1181

Located just 15 minutes from the Anaheim Convention Center, the Nixon Library is perfect for clients who are looking for extraordinary event location. Southern California's most exciting venue, a stunning replica of the historic White House East Room, is perfect for receptions of all sizes. Typical events begin with a cocktail reception in the First Lady's Rose Garden where guests can also enjoy viewing the expansive exhibit galleries. Watch eyes light up as guests enter the elegant White House East Room for candlelight dining and dancing beneath magnificent crystal chandeliers surrounded by golden silk draperies and imported marble fireplaces. When you book your event at the Nixon Library, we will help plan an event your guests will never forget!

Pretend City Children's Museum

29 Hubble Irvine , CA 92618 Phone: 949/428.3900

Pretend City Children's Museum features a small, interconnected city designed to “build better brains” through purposeful play, hands-on learning experiences, role playing, and educational programming. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving all children, it depends on community-based funding and guest support. Through 17 interactive exhibits and activities guided by a highly trained professional staff, children learn foundational math, reading and science skills, while fostering curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, organization, teamwork, self-confidence and socialization. The museum is a unique community resource offering developmental screenings and tools for families, educators and community agencies working to ensure that each child gains the experiences needed to discover their potential and build toward a productive and fulfilling future.

Fullerton Arboretum

1900 Associated Rd. Fullerton , CA 92831 Phone: 657/278.3407

Established in 1979, the Fullerton Arboretum has served the community as a premier resource for ecological, horticultural and historical education.The Fullerton Arboretum is the largest botanical garden in Orange County. Encompassing 26 lush acres, The Fullerton Arboretum has assembled a permanent collection of over 4,000 unique and unusual plant species from around the world. With its ponds, streams and wildlife, the Fullerton Arboretum offers a tranquil retreat from a fast-paced urban life.
Visitor amenities include:
26 acres, 4000 plants and trees, 1894 Victorian “Heritage House”, Visitors Center,
OC Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum, The Potting Shed, Nature Center,
Children's Garden, Membership, volunteer opportunities, and educational classes.

Fullerton Museum Center

301 N. Pomona Ave. Fullerton , CA 92832 Phone: 714/738.6545

The Fullerton Museum Center is dedicated to developing and presenting the best multi-disciplinary exhibitions and educational programs in the areas of history, science and art.

Natural History Museum Los Angeles County

900 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles , CA 90007 Phone: 213/763.3466

The first large-scale, public museum in Los Angeles. Explore life on earth with real specimens and living nature in a unique indoor/outdoor setting.

Mission San Juan Capistrano

26801 Ortega Hwy San Juan Capistrano , CA 92675 Phone: 949/234.1300

Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, Mission San Juan Capistrano, founded in 1776, is the seventh among the twenty-one California missions. Enjoy the lush gardens, museum rooms, adobe buildings, ruins, and koi-filled fountains at Orange County's number one historic site.

Annual Festivals & Events

Orange County is lucky to lay claim to incredible annual festivals and events, many of which are culture-related due to the diversity within OC. Find out what's happening when you are visiting and enjoy an experience rich in culture and tradition - one that is uniquely OC.

Tet (Vietnamese Lunar New Year), February

Little Saigon, Westminster

Tet, the Lunar New Year, marks the beginning of spring and is the most observed holiday within the Vietnamese community. As a means to preserve culture, the Vietnamese American community celebrates Tet through a vibrant array of traditional foods, ceremonies and customs. Hosted annually by the Union of Vietnamese Student Association, the Tet Festival in Garden Grove is the largest Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration in the U.S.

Laguna Beach Music Festival, February

Laguna Beach

This week-long Festival, a multi-faceted event, presents classical quartet repertoire, contemporary musical composition, world music traditions and visual arts collaborations. As always, the Festival will match prominent and promising artists, creating unique opportunities for the audience.

OC Restaurant Week, March

All over OC

The top 100 restaurants across Orange County's vast dining landscape dish out amazing food at fantastic prices during one of Orange County's most anticipated culinary events. From all corner's of the county, this foodie celebration provides the opportunity to indulge in a selection of specially priced prix-fixe menus form Orange County's best restaurants.

Laguna Beach a la Carte – A Food & Wine Experience,


Laguna Beach

The Laguna Beach Visitors & Conference Bureau will embark on the second annual food and wine event. Guests will experience world-class cuisine, prix-fixe menus, food & wine pairings, and special offers by local restaurateurs … taking place at various restaurants over four special days.

Festival of Whales, March

Dana Point

This special festival celebrates the round-trip migration of the California Gray Whale from Alaska to Baja and includes an art show, street fair, parade, sand sculptures whale-watching tours and sailing and rowing instruction.

Return of the Swallows Festival, March

San Juan Capistrano

The Return of the Swallows Festival begins each year with the traditional observance of the Swallows Day, March 19, and includes performances, food, arts and crafts, and much more.

The Swallows are said to migrate annually to Goya, Argentina, in October and return to their spring and summer home in San Juan Capistrano each March. The celebration began centuries ago when mission padres observed that the birds' return roughly coincided with St. Joseph's Day, March 9 on the church calendar.

Newport Beach Film Festival, April

Newport Beach

Set in beautiful Newport Beach, a few blocks away from the spectacular coastline and less than an hour from Hollywood, the annual festival hosts several premiers, galas and yacht parties for a singular festival experience. Films are shown throughout the city, which boasts one of the largest movie consumer groups in the world, a rich filmmaking history, as well as fine dining, shopping and exceptional recreational activities.

In addition, the Newport Beach Film Festival offers filmgoers an opportunity to meet the filmmakers.

Directors, screenwriters and cinematographers eager to share their work will provide an exclusive, inside look at the industry during post-screening Q & As.

Doheny Blues Festival, May

Doheny State Beach, Dana Point

Every May, the Doheny Blues Festival kicks off the summer concert season in Southern California. Blues legends and up-and-comers take over Doheny State Beach for three days of the best music you'll ever hear. Bonnie Raitt, Brian Setzer, B.B. King, John Fogerty and Derek Trucks have all graced the stage in Dana Point in years past, and it is this caliber of talent that brings this music fest worldwide acclaim.

Strawberry Festival, May

Garden Grove

Dating back to the late 50s, this festival features games, arts and crafts, food and carnival rides, as well as local performers, a parade and surprise celebrity appearances. The festival also features a fair amount of strawberry shortcake.

Newport Beach Jazz Festival, May

Newport Beach

Four nights and three days of he world's finest mainstream jazz artists, including six big bands – all in an intimate setting of the Newport Beach Marriott. In the event of inclement weather, outdoor sessions are generally held in the Grand Ballroom.

Festival of the Arts, July-August

Laguna Beach

California's finest summer art event is staged in a six-acre canyon park near the ocean in Laguna Beach. The stars of his summertime tradition, which began here in 1932, are more than 140 of the Southland's most accomplished artists. This is a rigorously juried show; requiring exhibitors to demonstrated and maintain high aesthetic standards. Their work is truly fine art!

Pageant of the Masters, July-August

Laguna Beach

Ninety minutes of “tableaux vivant" or "living pictures” - incredibly faithful art recreations of classical to look exactly like their counterparts in the original pieces. An outdoor amphitheater, professional orchestra, original score, live narration, intricate sets, sophisticated lighting, expert staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers have won recognition.

Sawdust Art Festival, July-August

Laguna Beach

The Sawdust Art Festival's Summer Show is a gathering of art fans, collectors and beginning artists that showcases the unique art created in Laguna Beach. Highlights include hourly glass-blowing demonstrations, complimentary art activities for children and adults, live entertainment, three cafes and a saloon.

Art-a-Fair, July-August

Laguna Beach

The Art-a-Fair features 125 internationally juried artists and master craftsmen and is a premier event for up-and-coming talent. Artists are primarily from California, with a few from other states and countries. Media include oil, acrylic and water color paintings, sculpture, ceramics, glass, mixed media, digital art, jewelry and wood.

US Open of Surfing, July

Huntington Beach

What's the closest thing to watching the world's best surfers compete in a full-on stadium atmosphere? Look no further than Huntington Beach in late July, when more than 500,000 people will find their way to Surf City USA®, post up in the sand and cheer on their heroes at the pier. It's been that way for more than 50 years, starting with the US Championships in 1959 and evolving to what it is today, the Nike US Open of Surfing.

OC Fair, July

Costa Mesa

The first incarnation of the OC Fair dates all the way back to 1890 (a horse race and a few exhibits made up the first fair's events). Since then, the fair has blossomed into one California most prestigious fairs. It is rife with carnival rides, midway games, top-tier live entertainment and, of course, delicious fair food.

Toshiba Tall Ships Festival, September

Dana Point

This is the largest annual gathering of tall ships on the West Coast. You can explore the majesty and wonder of tall ships through the smells, sounds and sights of real working tall ships. Interactive living-history encampments, including blacksmiths and scrimshaw artists, and the infamous Port Royal Privateers, are sure to entertain and amaze quests of all ages.

Orange International Street Fair, September


Every Labor Day weekend for the past three decades, the Orange International Street Fair in downtown Orange has been the place where friends, families and neighbors get together to experience the wide variety of intentional cuisine, folk dancing, music and more that 100 craft booths that fill the streets of the Orange Circle for this annual cultural celebration.

OC Wine & Beer Weeks, September - October

All over OC

A two-week event in which restaurants throughout OC create fantastic meals to enjoy with wine or beer pairings. For the two back-to-back weeks of wine and beer fun, the selections will be varied for every taste and budget so that those interested may take advantage of amazing deals at the best restaurants.

Laguna Dance Festival, October

Laguna Beach

Laguna Beach Dance Festival, held in the spring and fall, brings world-class dance companies and performers to Laguna Beach for a week-long celebration of movement and choreography. The event features dance classes on Main Beach, performances at The Laguna Playhouse and dance installations at local art galleries.

Plein-Air Invitational, October

Laguna Beach

Each year Laguna Beach turns into an outdoor studio with the Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational. This event showcases fifty of the nation's top plein air landscape painters who compete for prestigious prizes and participate in the week-long festivities including public paint outs, environmental awareness activities, and educational events. Culminating with the Collectors' Soirée and Public Sale at Laguna Art Museum, this event celebrates the artistic legacy of Laguna Beach.

Sawdust Festival Winter Fantasy


Laguna Beach

The festival grounds will be transformed into a winter wonderland where exhibitors create, display and sell original creations. Art media will include: jewelry, clothing, fused and blown glass, ceramics, woodwork, forged metals, painting, sculpture and more.

Christmas Boat Parades, December

Newport Beach, Huntington Harbor, Dana Point

Join more than one million viewers and watch beautifully decorated yachts, boats, kayaks, and canoes sail along the harbor in the Annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade. As Newport Beach's Christmas card to the world, the boat parade will set the harbor ablaze for five consecutive nights. The parade starts off Bay Island at 6:30 p.m. and finishes at the same site at approximately 9 p.m. each evening.

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