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Anything and Everything New in Buena Park, CA

Buena Park, CA is always evolving and adding new fun-filled activities to enjoy on your next vacation. With all the renovations and attraction updates that have been occurring up and down the entertainment corridor of Beach Boulevard, a mid-year update was in order!

A Reimagined Fiesta Village
The Fiesta Village area of Knott’s Berry Farm has reopened with a fresh new look that celebrates the Hispanic roots of Southern California. Reminiscent of the historic Olvera Street in Los Angeles, the land includes a marketplace with authentic items for sale as well as traditional dining options like tamales at Casa California or fish tacos at Baja Taqueria. The new alibrije gardens allow guests to meet the vibrant spirit animals that are so vital to Mexican folklore. Each evening, a nighttime street party called Calle Celebración takes the streets with music and dancing. DISCOUNT TICKETS

Updates to Montezooma’s Revenge
For over 40 years, Montezooma’s Revenge at Knott’s Berry Farm has delighted guests from around the world and will continue to do so for many to come – with a twist. A randomized launch sequence has been added to the newly renamed MonteZOOMa: The Forbidden Fortress, leaving guests with a completely unique ride experience every time they get on the attraction. This attraction does not yet have a reopening date.

A New Look for the Knott’s Hotel
What will be formerly known as the Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel, the Knott’s Hotel will be completing its multi-million-dollar renovation in fall 2023. The hotel will pay homage to Walter and Cordelia Knott, the founders of California’s First Theme Park – Knott’s Berry Farm. Each guest room has been updated with modern farm style décor and a brand new dining option has been added to the property called 30 Acres Kitchen and Bar that will serve up American home style cuisine. BOOK YOUR STAY

Ralph B. Clark Interpretive Center is Back
After a temporary closure, the Ralph B. Clark Interpretive Center has reopened its doors after undergoing a significant renovation. The center provides FREE admission to view its collection of fossils that provide insight of what prehistoric Orange County was like. The museum also boasts a 9-million-year old baleen whale skeleton, reputed to be one of the only complete Ice Age whale fossils in existence. LEARN MORE

New Cast Member Debuts at Pirates Dinner Adventure
After many years of a cast many have grown to know and love, a new member has joined the crew at Pirates Dinner Adventure. The show has welcomed a new animatronic dragon, the dreaded Leviathan, to the stage. The monster wows crowds with its frightening jaws that snap threateningly in the all new finale. DISCOUNT TICKETS

A Major Milestone for Knott’s Scary Farm
In late September, Knott’s Scary Farm will kick off its 50th anniversary celebration with menacing mazes, eerie entertainment, and creepy creatures wandering through the park. The 2023 Scary Farm pass has returned so you can enjoy unlimited scares throughout the Halloween season.

After a long day of excitement, choose from over a dozen comfortable and affordable hotels in Buena Park. Check out our ‘suite’ hotel and ticket deals. To start planning your SoCal vacation, order your FREE Buena Park Travel Guide.

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