In a press release, Knott’s Berry Farm has announced that it will be reopening to the public on May 21.

The park will be reopening its gates with limited capacity and new reservation requirements after being shut through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Knott’s Berry Farm is planning to reopen to season pass holders on May 6 first and then to the general public on May 21.

This comes as the park is planning to celebrate its 100th anniversary this summer.

During the 100th anniversary celebration, “guests can experience the brand-new Knott’s Bear-y Tales: Return to the Fair, a 4-D interactive dark ride that pays tribute to the classic attraction from 35 years ago.”

Guests will have the opportunity to meet costumed characters and enjoy the evening’s live music entertainment and food and drink specialties.

“In addition, the theme park is planning a nightly ceremony featuring multiple attractions lighting up the evening and culminating in a special moment with the redesigned illuminated K-tower.”

The anniversary celebration runs through September 6, capacity will be limited and available to California residents only with reservations required for both single-day visits and Season Passholders.

Tickets will be available to purchase starting April 26, including reservations.

“Guests also will find festive new park décor, including special photo settings that pay homage to favorite attractions from the past and commemorative merchandise celebrating the park’s vast history. These are just a few of the many special surprises that can only come from your friends at Knott’s.”

All 2020 and 2021 season passes purchased through May 5, 2021 will be valid through May 5, 2022.

More information regarding tickets and passes can be found on the Knott’s Berry Farm website.