We started out the day at the Ghost Town Boysenberry Festival in which we tried many of the great food offering. The boysenberry was born at Knott’s Berry Farm by Walter Knott when the theme park was a working farm. As you enter ghost town you can view the original boysenberry stand and purchase your own boysenberry plant. The turkey legs was one of the many hits of the food being served. The turkey leg was good so well and was glazed with a boysenberry bbq sauce that was amazing. That is the one thing about Knott’s is the food and treats are always at such a high quality.
During the day we also tried some of the entertaining events such as the Easter egg hunt that was a treat for the children and some adults in attendance that day. There is so much more entertainment around the park during this spring event such asÂ Bloomination!Â larger-than-life flowers and vines affixed to the Charleston fountain light the night with LED lighting effects; butterfly stilt walkers prance among the crowd, and a DJ spins some great music along withÂ Krazy Kirk and the HillbilliesÂ in Ghost Town and so much more.
Leeane Melendez of M.U.S.E. talks with Knott’s Berry Farm’s Leidy Arevalo about all the new entertainment and food offerings guest can expect from this great event.Â Knott’s Berry Bloom is currently under way and will continue until April 27. You can view our trip below and can purchase tickets at knotts.com.
M.U.S.E. On Location: Knott’s Berry Bloom
Knott’s Berry Bloom Gallery: