Just surfaced at Knott’s Berry Farm, the new Voyage to the Iron Reef™ is said to be a spectacular new interactive 4-D ride for the whole family. My kids can’t wait to check it out. Riders aim their freeze rays at menacing sea creatures while competing against each other to blast the highest score and save Knott’s from a watery doom.
Here’s a Voyage to the Iron Reef™ look for yourself:
Looks like it looks monster right-on for my park kids, and all those with a Knott’s-spirit sense of adventure. We always love checking out what’s new each year!
5 Fun Knott’s Facts about Voyage to the Iron Reef™ :
1. The network cable that powers the screens is long enough to wrap around the Hollywood sign 85 times—whoa!
2. Blast hidden medallions throughout the ride to score higher points
3. Easter eggs of various iconic treasures from Knott’s past are hidden throughout the ride and interact with the blast of a freeze ray (Hint: Look for the famous Roaring 20s sign!)
4. Look for the hidden Snoopy in the all new ride dock mural
5. Iron Reef is newest interactive 4-D ride on the West Coast and the only interactive 4D ride in the dense So Cal theme park marketplace featuring an entirely original story and characters
For more information, visit knotts.com or download the Knott’s Berry Farm app for your smart phone and you can join the conversation about the new ride using the #KnottsIronReef
What else is new this summer? There’s fun for all ages!
From Blockbuster Beagle!…on ice at the Charles M. Schulz Theatre to Vertical Impact & Vertical Impact Geared Up Show
All that, plus Charlie Brown’s Happy Campers entertains younger children with Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy and Snoopy putting on an awesome show. And the Boardwalk Dance Party, where tweens and teens can Dance ‘til they drop with DJ Howly, one of Orange County’s most requested “mixers & spinners”.
Summer looks hot at Knott’s!
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