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MagiQuest, Pigeon Forge
(3.9/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web)
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. Arrange your visit to MagiQuest and discover more family-friendly attractions in Pigeon Forge using our Pigeon Forge itinerary planner.
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  • We went as a group with 2 adults and 2 children. We bought wands and paid for the hour game. The cool thing for kids is they can save the wand and come back to play again and it remembers them. When t...  more »
  • Love the putt-putt!! Low price, worth it! Wish they would extend the hours though! They close at 8, we bought the package ticket for the mirror maze, mini golf and whatever they had upstairs. When we ...  more »
  • If you like scavenger hints you will like this. You get a book of clues and try to find items in 3 different realms to progress through quests and adventures. You get to keep your wand and you get 90 ...  more »
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  • July 2016. Still very fun to do. Quest are still active after 3 years, our names still in the data base from our last visit in 2013. We picked up right where we left off. Kids now 16 and 12. Mom and Dad like it still as well.. Review below is from 2013 I just edited. July 2013. Kids love it and so do I. Kids are 13 and 9.
  • Been visiting Pigeon Forge since 2013 when my pop-pop who rasied me passed away & the family decided to take a vacation! Don't no if well be able to afford it this year! We never got a chance to go here. I can't wait till we do I've heard its a lot of fun. I have this awesome photo I took while I was down there 😆
  • This place is really cool. Everything is really nice. The quest is not difficult but they are sufficiently challenging.
  • We've always loved MagiQuest!! Great fun, gets you moving but we wish this was larger, like the one in Myrtle Beach, that one is awesome!! That's why I give this one a four. Wish they'd get rid of the other things (lazer room, mirror maze, putt-putt) they've crammed in there & make it more like the other.
  • *A fun time for our family (10, 12 and 14 year old girls)! Buy your tickets online to get a better price. I discovered that the MagiQuest website had better prices than Groupon or the "discounted" tickets sold in various locations in Pigeon Forge. *There is a small learning curve to have fun with the quest and avoid frustration. If you are not paying attention or if your kids are too young, there will be frustration. Once you get the hang of it, it's quite fun. Those who don't enjoy the fantasy genre shouldn't waste their energy. *Two of our wands didn't work and we politely asked for help; the workers were knowledgeable and helpful. One worker who wandered around the game (had a stuffed raccoon with him) was particularly helpful and knowledgable). *The mirror maze was surprisingly fun and elicited a lot of laughter and teamwork with our girls. *The Vault lasted only a couple minutes and was just OK. *The miniature golf was fun; nothing super special, but the blacklight effects were cool. *The combo ($19.99 each) was by far the best deal for us. You buy individual tickets for each activity and can be used at anytime during the day. *MagiQuest is a great value for your money and lots of fun......remember to avoid peak attendance times!