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“Great fun for the kids”
Review of MagiQuest

MagiQuest
Reviewed March 17, 2013

A bit pricey but the kids really loved it. The place is like a large indoor jungle-gym. There are quests and puzzles to solve.

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Reviewed March 14, 2013

My son likes this attraction so even though he has finished all the levels (at the Magiquest building) but he started again from the beginning. However, we did not aware and the staff did not give us explanation as well telling that if we do not stay at the Great Wolf Lodge, we could not do the last level. Since we did not stay at this hotel, my son was upset about this.

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Reviewed February 25, 2013

The experience is something to do at least once. Can easily spend hours here and it can be a workout but is hadicap friendly. The staff was somewhat rude but they are only dealt with at the start.

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Reviewed February 20, 2013

We've been here many, many times and this is still our daughter's favorite thing to do in the Dells. Since she already has a wand, subsequent visits have been an extremely good value. (Even our first visit was a good value with the Paw Pass deal.) For a small fee you get unlimited play for the entire day, even if you're not a Great Wolf guest. You can play for a few hours, leave and come back and play more. They have added subtitles to all the boss characters, so now even more people will be able to enjoy it. The kids get lots of exercise too - slides, stairs and climbing nets, running around hunting for the quests. She loves the fantasy aspect of being a Magi and frequently plays with her wand at home as well. A+++ from us! We're planning a trip to Myrtle Beach so we can see one of the bigger MagiQuest locations. :)

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Reviewed February 4, 2013

For the wands and everything else- It cost over a hundred dollars! We were loured in by the flashy advertising that seemed to correlate with Harry Potter. So naturally being fans of Harry Potter and Percy Jackson we were so excited. Once we go there we were slightly overwhelmed by a massive crowd. Once we started we became intensely frustrated! Why? Because advertising made Magiquest seem amazing, when it turned out to be a waving a remote control wand at a series of small T.V.'s. We stopped playing because half of the T.V.'s weren't even working... Don't go. You'll be dissapointed

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