MagiQuest, Pigeon Forge

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#8 of 13 in Theme Parks in Pigeon Forge
You have control of a fantasy at MagiQuest, where holding an infrared magic wand in your hand gives you the power to affect the world around you. Point at a treasure chest with your wand to get gold. Open secret doors with your magic powers and consult ancient manuscripts to help you with the quest. You can play at your own pace; be part of a team or do the adventure solo. Also on-site try the miniature golf course in a pirate village, attempt to escape from a maze filled with mirrors, or try to make your way out of a laser-filled room without breaking any of the beams. Before you visit Pigeon Forge, use our trip planner to discover what you can do and see there.
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  • As 2 adults with a love for D&D and HP....we had a blast. The magiquest to become a master magi was AWESOME, it is giant seek and find with a book to follow. Mirror maze was pretty sweet. The laser va...  more »
  • Best description I can give is this is a MMO video game in real life... You run around with a wand and complete quests... We have been here several times... actually thus visit we defeated the final d...  more »
  • We had been here before but this time the boys were old enough to go through it on their own. We spent 2 hours the first day and went back for another hour the next day. Two of us are now Master Magi'...  more »
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  • The place is incredibly dirty and run down. The mini-golf is blacklit, and you'd think they would realize it meant they had to vacuum or replace the carpet on occasion. The laser room only took about 20 seconds and should hardly be considered as a fourth "ticket" in the combo package. The MagiQuest game was fun, although my 5 year old wasn't into it for more than fifteen minutes. Definitely more appropriate toward a little older age group who would want to play it long enough to justify the cost. The mirror maze was very cool and the staff was incredibly helpful and friendly. Honestly, if they just updated and cleaned, it would be a much nicer place.
  • Great for the young and young at heart. Must have an imagination to enjoy. A great chance to get in touch with your childish side. A Disney/UniversalStudio experience at about 2/3 the price. Lots of fun. LOTS. Be a wizard. Save and/or fight mythical creatures. Open enchanted doors. Bring the work to life.
  • This is a great place. It’s a really unique change of pace from most “tourist” attractions. There are two levels / main areas. The first floor has a mirror maze, a laser vault (think mission impossible) and some other attractions. The top floor is where the bulk of your time will probably be spent. It’s a giant interactive game where you use a wand to collect gold, solve puzzles and complete quests. Most of the tasks boil down to pointing your wand at various items and exploring the different areas. The staff is very friendly and largely in character, with capes, hats or other wizardly adornments. Although the attraction is geared toward small children the ability to read is necessary to complete the quests, and I don’t feel that a small child would fully appreciate the “game” aspect of the whole thing. That being said. It’s still a very unique and fun experience, even for the little ones.
  • My kids and husband loved it. I didn't much care for it. It's like a live action RPG game. If you have patience (which I don't) and don't mind swing your wand around several times to hit the quest mark... Also you have to look around for the hidden gems to accomplish each task. Kinda like an easter egg hunt with no toys or candy to take away. They also have expensive take aways... $20 for a wizard hat, $30 for a wand!?!?! The combo pack was worth it though... glow in the dark putt, spy vault, and mirror maze... I enjoyed those. The whole thing lasted about 3 hrs. Nice family fun.
  • Overall a good value. Definitely geared more towards the young and young at heart. Could use some crowd control like spacing out the groups of play at put put to help keep from playing on top of each other. Expect to be run over and pushed aside by other children when doing the Magic Quest. Not employees fault, more issue with parents. For my family it was a better value to go with Groupon then it was to pay at the door.
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