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MagiQuest, Pigeon Forge

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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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  • The mirror maze here was our favorite of the whole trip- it was the most unique, felt the longest, and they require you to wear gloves making it all still clean. There's also a laser maze to practice ...  more »
  • Our family visited the Pigeon Forge Magiquest last week and had a fantastic time. Kid #1 (12yo) and Kid #2 (10yo) asked to go back after our first 90 min excursion. Not only did we spend time together...  more »
  • We love MagiQuest!!!! The entire family gets involved. We get two hours at a time; it's a great deal. We could stay and play all day as there is plenty to do in addition to the quests. The employees a...  more »
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  • Me being a 22 year old guy with my roommate who is 30 and my girlfriend who is 26, you would think we would be bored doing this. Or find it childish. WRONG. This was the highlight of my trip to pigeon forge. It's a very fun activity that will tire you out and provide you with tons of fun. The premise of the game is you are given or you buy a wand which you can customize to some extent. You will then go upstairs and they will train you on how to use the wand properly. Once trained they will give you a book to help you on your adventures and quests. The game is pretty straightforward, you go from room to room and explore them looking for books or snowflakes or treasures to complete your quest and unlock more runes. Once you unlock all the runes you can, you can do adventures like beating a goblin king to save a princess jewels. Or dueling a dragon ( very challenging) The staff are very helpful and the game overall isn't too expensive ( 30 dollars for a wand+ 1 1/2 game time) ( 11 dollars for 1 hour or 15 dollars for 2 hrs) I would say depending on your Witt it would take about 3-5 hours to complete everything. Highly worth a visit and good for all ages.
  • Fun place to let your inner geek come out! Staff is friendly and helpful, and it's always clean. It's definitely a must every time we visit. Finally completed the quests.
  • It was pretty fun. I just wanted to do the MAGIQUEST attraction though but doing just that was more expensive than doing all four which was somewhat frustrating. Also, our Wands did not work the best. It was pretty fun though and definitely a unique experience to the area. Catered more towards kids as well, but still fun as an adult.
  • This place is not as advertised. They make it seem like you are going on a Tolkien/Harry potter style game adventure. You are actually just doing a scavenger hunt that is impossible to complete in the time given. The only reason I give 2 stars is because their mirror maze is actually pretty fun. But the mini golf was generic and boring, The Vault is a joke, and the actual MagiQuest was boring and crowded. Don't waste your money.
  • Since the MagiQuest in Myrtle Beach had shut down, I didn't think I would get a chance to visit another kingdom location. So I was excited when I got a chance to visit Pigeon Forge's facilities. It's noticeably smaller than the one in Myrtle Beach, but the layout still plays to the heart of the game. The only problem I had was that every time you left a "realm" and came back to the commons (or Stone Hedge as I'd nicknamed the area back in Myrtle Beach), part of the area opened to a balcony that overlooked the entrance to the facility. Looking around and seeing cars outside the windows takes you out of the magic. Besides that, it was a good location.