It just got a little easier to visit the Farm. Starting April 4, Knott’s Berry Farm, one of Southern California’s most popular tourist destinations, will become part of the Anaheim Resort Transportation service or ART. The service which has been in operation for 10 years transports over 3 million guests annually between 65 local hotels as well as the Disneyland Resort entertainment complex, Anaheim Stadium, Honda Center, Anaheim Metrolink Station, and the shops at GardenWalk on sixteen different routes.
With the addition of the two new routes, service will expand to include stops at Knott’s Berry Farm, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, Pirates Dinner Adventure and the California Welcome Center in the City of Buena Park and the Discovery Science Center and the WestField Mainplace mall in the City of Santa Ana. In addition to transporting guests to top tourist destinations in Orange County, ART also provides an important community resource by transporting residents who live and work in the Anaheim Resort area, and will now service the Buena Park and Santa Ana residents as well.
“Knott’s Berry Farm is thrilled to be included on the expanded ART route. Taking away the anxiety of how to get to a destination makes everyone’s experience more positive. The Anaheim Resort Transportation system will not only benefit tourists to the area but also assist Knott’s employees as well,” said Raffi Kaprelyan, Knott Berry Farm’s general manager.
Knott’s Berry Farm welcomes over 3 million guests from all over the world and offers not only a first-class theme park but a waterpark, Knott’s Soak City, and a resort hotel, the Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel.