Buena Park, CA --Knott's Berry
Farm theme park just finishes their annual Halloween haunt, then
launches into a Christmas crafters fair called Christmas Crafts Village.
Each year around November the
holidays begin to take shape at Knott's theme park in Buena Park (good
park). With red bows tied to door fronts, wreaths hung over entryways
and a huge green tree installed in Knott's Berry Farm theme park, the
world takes on a rosy-glow and people begin to feel a special vibe that
only the winter holidays can provide.
Christmas Crafts Village brings
together individuals throughout the community and globe to show and sell
their hand-made items ranging from home decor to soaps, blankets,
clothing and a variety of toys and gifts for the public to look at,
marvel and purchase. This special village is open on weekdays after Thanksgiving
till Christmas. A
theme park ticket admission includes this event, so you
have to visit the park and enjoy all the holiday touches that are part
of this unique experience.
For those who like to shop or at
least get ideas for gifts, then this
shopping opportunity is truly unique and one you may want to
investigate. Inspirational products, holiday decor, hand-painted glass, tole
painting, jewelry, children's crafts & dolls, personalized gifts, stained glass, hand-blown
glass, soaps & such, embroidery, ceramics & pottery,
hair things, florals, ceramic tile, wood crafts/toys, handbags,
clothing, fleece blankets, baby things, kids clothes, hot glass, and
much more will be in store at this limited time shopping opportunity.
Carolers serenade you as you
browse at gifts from more than 50 artisans. See the beautifully
decorated Knott's Christmas tree and visit the Christmas attractions and
specialty shops. Have your photo taken with Santa and listen to holiday
classics performed daily.
The theme park generally provides a few hours free parking
for shoppers and diners to the famous Knott's Kitchens featuring chicken
dinners. There's also a TGI Fridays on location.