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MagiQuest is a world within the real world where you use magic wands to find hidden treasure, discover secret doors, and complete quests and adventures. Battle the dragon, search for the princess' jewels, and fight the goblin king as you explore the...more
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We are a group of 5 adults ages from 26 - 56. We saw this place on groupon and decided to try it out since it was close to where we were staying and a stormy day. I am so glad we did. The quest,...More
Our kids had a great time, the only issue was the final new dragon is almost imposible to beat. Makes it not so much fun. They have beat everything else but the time isn't enough on the new dragon. But they had a lot of...More
I had a great time at MagiQuest with my fiancée and our family. We went in for a rainy day activity and it was a lot of fun! If you are looking for an interesting place to adventure for a few hours, this is it....More
I’ve played MagiQuest before and it was so much fun running around collecting items, making potions and dueling monsters. Only reason I’m giving 4 instead of 5 is that this place needs some upkeep as wear and tear is highly visible.
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Having been to the now defunct MagiQuest in Myrtle Beach when my kids were younger, this was a fun diversion to kill a few hours until our dinner show reservations. The process is definitely and understandably directed towards the younger crowd, but old timers like...More
Walked in and immediately received rude service from the teenager at the front desk. Years ago when MagiQuest first opened we enjoyed the mini golf, but not so much this time. Outdated and really looking like it needs some work. I know when it's raining...More
Been here three times, so we usually come to play Magiquest. My daughter enjoys playing the quests with us, so its a good experience for families and you will walk back and forth so its decent exercise. For beginners the multi attractions are good, the...More
Magiquest was extremely boring to my whole family. All you do is walk around pointing a wand at random junk in three different rooms. The mirror maze was cool. Mini golf was ok. The vault was also a cool experience.
Response from Ashley M | Property representative |
If you do not want to purchase a ticket for yourself you will have to purchase a guide ticket, which is $5.99.
If you'd like to accompany them in the Mirror Maze or the Laser Vault you will have to purchase a ticket.
We are actually coming to Bryson City for the Polar Express but we will be spending one full day in Pigeon Forge. My boys LOVE Magiquest so we are definitely going there but they also want to do the Castle of Choas 5D ride at the wax museum. Both museums have a mirror maze and I know they will want to do one but which one? We won’t have enough time for the full access passes to both pleases so which one do you guys recommend getting the access pass for? Magiquest offers: Magi Odessey ...More
November 20, 2018|
Adventure Quest (18 Replies)
Does anyone know when this is opening? Is it similar to MagiQuest in Myrtle Beach?
June 27, 2008|
As of 7/1 it isn't open. Not even a sign telling what it is. Hard to tell how far out they are but I would guess at least a week or two......maybe more
Kid activities on a budget (6 Replies)
Traveling to Pigeon Forge in a couple weeks with my family (2 kids ages 2 and 6). We will be there for 3 days and are doing our best to stay on a budget. Any suggestions on activities that even my youngest can enjoy that won't break the bank or family friendly restaurants to check out? Rain activities are also appreciated since it seems it may be raining the entire time we are there. Things I have considered are Magiquest, The Tomb Escape Game and maybe Crave. We love The Track but the rain...More
September 26, 2018|
Take them to the Park - it's fabulous and free. Start with Sugarlands Visitors Center as you enter the park for a short free movie, free wildlife museum, maps, nice restrooms and gift shop (supports the Park). You can also talk to Park Rangers for suggestions. The Deer Farm and Exotic petting Zoo in Sevier County could be entertaining for the kids where they can feed and pet the animals. Portions are usually pretty large at most non chain restaurants so meals could possibly be shared. A lot...More