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Adventure Quest - CLOSED

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2491 Great Smoky Mountains Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Tennessee Moonshine and Wine Tour From Pigeon Forge
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Tennessee Moonshine and Wine Tour From Pigeon Forge

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Visiting Tennessee wineries and moonshine distilleries on a guided tour means everyone in your group can enjoy the ample tastings without worrying about safe transportation options. Plus, a guide eliminates the guesswork of choosing among the area’s numerous distilleries and provides insight into industry history and prohibition culture as you go, making for a fun and informative tour from Pigeon Forge.
$60.00 per adult
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KXRPP wrote a review Apr 2015
Knoxville, United States7 contributions6 helpful votes
Our entire group of was unimpressed with the magic quest portion of this attraction. It was a little too confusing for the young kids (5 and 8) and the adults were bored towards the end of the session. The kids (8 and 5) did love the mirror maze. The staff were friendly and helpful.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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lamorris46 wrote a review Jul 2014
Pearisburg, Virginia152 contributions36 helpful votes
The prices might seem a little high, but the overall fun is worth it. We purchase the package which included all rooms. The boys enjoyed the Magic Quest the best. In fact they wanted to go back in and play again. The one room which scared them was the mirror maze ( 13 year old, 10 year old and 6 year old.) They got confused and decided to exit out. The six year old would not go through the laser room by himself so he was aloud to go in with the 10 year old. Overall, they all had a wonderful time in the adventure games.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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Shannon A wrote a review Jun 2014
Burnsville, North Carolina17 contributions13 helpful votes
We saw The Oak Ridge Boys in concert. It was great. The people making the reservations were very nice and helpful. Everyone was very nice and helpful when we arrived for the show. I appreciated that it was very organized and accommodating for all individuals.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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Sandy B wrote a review Apr 2014
Chicago, Illinois143 contributions68 helpful votes
This place is overpriced, BUT, we still enjoyed ourselves. A LOT. We bought the package that gave us access to all 4 rooms (mirror maze, black light put put, laser room, and magic quest) for 2 adults (30 years old) and 2 kids (12 & 10) Also, everything is indoors, so if the weather is crappy this is a great place to go. The mirror maze was lots of fun. We had to wear gloves so we didn't get smudges all over the glass, and we spent a good amount of time in there. My son didn't keep his hands in front of him (like he was told to do by the employee) so he smacked his head into the glass at one point. Totally his fault, they warned us. lol. We all had a blast in the mirror maze, fun music, cool lights. On to the laser room....that lasted about 30 seconds to one minute. Lasers appeared in places they were not before causing one to occur time (or points). The higher the time, the worse you did. Not very fun. Kids liked it. I kinda felt like james bond in there, crawling under lasers and stuff lol. It was ok. Black Light Put Put: VERY COOL. We all had lots of fun in this room. The kids beat the adults, the black lights were fun, and it really made everything in that room pop. Mini Golf in the black lights is loads of fun. Magic Quest was the best part. You can borrow wands to use during the game or you can purchase your own for an additional fee. We adults, borrowed ours, and let the kids purchase their own. The interactive video game was awesome. Lots of running around and trying to find or cast spells was really cool. The staff was very young (High school) but they were all very nice and they were VERY helpful. We will be going back tomorrow to play another game of Magic Quest. The best part, is that all your info is saved in their system, so if you come back to visit a year or 2 later, you can pick up where you left off and start your game from there. We really like this. All of us had so much fun. I would have given it a 5 star rating, however, they are seriously overpriced. I would still come back as my kids really enjoyed themselves. Lots of family fun.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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Mackenzie N wrote a review Dec 2013
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Best person I think that works there is josh I dont know his last name but he a very nice and help with we need!
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