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Knott's Berry Farm
8039 Beach Boulevard Buena Park, CA 90620
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 145 members
Review from MJ
22 events 9 reviews

This was fun. I go to this event every year. I went on a Sunday. Their were a lot of high school kids. The lines were not to bad compared to other times I've been. You will do a lot of walking where comfy shoes.

reviewed Oct 11 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
21 events 10 reviews

This was a lot of fun, though I would not advise going on a Friday evening like I did... The park was jam-packed and we had to wait a very long time to do anything. Also, the show Bloodlust was wretched, save the singing and dancing. The...continued

reviewed Oct 02 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Laura Ortiz
63 events 7 reviews

I went on Thursday night, which was great because the lines weren't too long. We had an awesome time walking through the mazes, my favorite was the "uncle Bobo's" clown maze, so fun. Getting into the parking lot was a little get...continued

reviewed Oct 22 2009 report as inappropriate
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Since 1973 Knott’s Scary Farm has been the benchmark by which all Halloween events are judged. What started as a handful of monsters and sparse decorations has grown to be the largest, most creative and most attended Halloween attraction in the world. This living nightmare continues to frighten and amaze in 2016, with 11 haunted attractions, including mazes, shows, and more than 1,000 monsters roaming the park and lurking in the fog to give you a night of fright you won’t soon forget.

Knott’s Scary Farm takes place on select nights from September 22 through October 31. The event features a mix of explicit horror, dark humor and thrilling rides, and is not recommended for children under 13.

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