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MagiQuest

1400 Great Wolf Drive, Great Wolf Lodge, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
+1 888-458-1422
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interesting interactive experience

for a family this was very good, everyone enjoyed looking for clues and secret passages. staff was... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
shawnm2001
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Des Moines, Iowa
Adults had fun, kids kind of did

Did the quest, but didn't finish it. Should have done a shorter one. Kids had fun for awhile, but... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Alaina H
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Springfield, Illinois
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1400 Great Wolf Drive, Great Wolf Lodge, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
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Reviewed 6 days ago

for a family this was very good, everyone enjoyed looking for clues and secret passages. staff was very polite and helpful

Thank shawnm2001
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Did the quest, but didn't finish it. Should have done a shorter one. Kids had fun for awhile, but lost interest. We left early and checked out the gift shop. They got a cool " Harry Potter" wand, some gems, and some other toys. Overall...More

Thank Alaina H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

in all the years i have come to the dells i have never went inside. always thought it to be boring. well that changed this week. we went in and had a blast. they give u a kindle to go on quests with. very entertaining

Thank bobbi1078
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My 7 year old who has done magi quest many times at the Chicago location was unimpressed. She said she would probably not return to this location.

Thank Dawn J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We spent one night at GWL. The kids had their wands from a previous stay. This MagiQuest is just large lol. it consists of three storeys and the kids were just in awe.

Thank Aarebo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Boring for my kids 6 and older. Was more fun walking out the door then being there, plus the cost was way to high.

Thank jonetiffy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

4 kids did this experience, 2- 13 year old and 2- 16 year olds, they all loved it. Super cool effects, it was like a fairy-tale game of hide and seek. Highly recommend.

Thank Andrea M
Reviewed 4 July 2017

We had never been to a MagiQuest. We decided to try one of the more difficult quests. If it's your first time, be sure to get an easy one. It took us half the time just to figure out what we were doing. The employee...More

Thank Colleen M
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Each time we have stayed at Great Wolf Lodge, the children have played MagiQuest. In fact, MagiQuest has become synonymous with "The Dells Experience" from the children's perspective (now ages 8 and 10). The first time at MagiQuest, they (and I) were a bit lost...More

1  Thank O7836FFsusanw
Reviewed 16 June 2017

We absolutely loved MagiQuest! It is like a RPG video game come to life. Great for all ages, it is interactive (computer, wands etc), there are slides and net ladders, hidden gems and great villians to battle! We will definitely be back.

Thank robertmQ7002IJ
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MommyJan
23 December 2016|
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Response from TomH20132013 | Reviewed this property |
Your Wand can be used over and over. To preserve it, all u should do is unscrew the end cap in between trips. Was told they last up to 7 years. Truly apologize for the very delayed response.
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Heather J
28 July 2016|
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Response from Meritage111 | Reviewed this property |
Heather - WANDS REQUIRED: Other people have claimed MagiQuest doesn't use wands. That's absolutely incorrect. It uses wands and only wands and absolutely nothing else. BEATING MAGIQUEST AT THEIR OWN GAME: You can buy used... More
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Cindy R
25 February 2015|
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Response from Brian G | Reviewed this property |
MagiQuest is best for ages 6-12, although I saw a lot of parents pretty into it helping their kids, including me. It is part creative role play, ie pretending you're a wizard, which most older kids will find childish, and... More
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