MagiQuest in Pigeon Forge, TN

2491 ParkwayPigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Overview

MagiQuest is your story, your adventure, your imagination brought to life! Unlike anything you’ve ever encountered, MagiQuest lets you live the game, not simply play it. Using a Magic Wand that knows you by name and remembers everything you accomplish, you explore a world filled with amazing creatures and characters where you will gain skill and knowledge and rise to untold levels of bravery.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • Embark on quests and adventures to gain powers, reveal secrets, meet people and discover magical treasures.
  • Interactive quest.
  • Next door to Mellow Mushroom Pizza and Starbucks.
  • Fun for kids of all ages.
  • Play at your own pace.
  • Play as a team or by yourself.
  • Restart your game at other MagiQuest locations.

Description

from MagiQuest
MagiQuest is your story, your adventure, your imagination brought to life! Unlike anything you’ve ever encountered, MagiQuest lets you live the game, not simply play it.

Using a Magic Wand that knows you by name and remembers everything you accomplish, you explore a world filled with amazing creatures and characters where you will gain skill and knowledge and rise to untold levels of bravery. Visit MagiQuest live at any one of our ever expanding Kingdoms and Portals, and then continue your exploration through our Virtual World Online.

Note: MagiQuest The game will close 1 hour prior to posted closing time.

Tripster Customer Reviews

8 Reviews
Lisa Krueger
Menomonee Falls , WI
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"MagiQuest is a great family destination"
March 2019
Easy purchase of tickets on line using reserve direct; 3 adults, 2 kids in our group. We spread our fun over two days.
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Tip: Takes bout 3-4 hours to do it all. The staff were awesome and helpful. I would recommend this attraction

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Terrie Reno
Springfield, MO
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Favorite part of the trip"
March 2019
We went to Pigeon Forge for Spring Break. I took my 6 and 8 year old daughters. The girls had so much fun. The Magiquest was their favorite part of the entire trip. It's like a scavenger hunt with a magic wand. The staff was super helpful with everything and very friendly. The mirror maze was the best one we did on the trip (we did 3). The mini golf was fun too. Very well themed and not too crowded.
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Tip: Lots of walking, wear comfortable shoes.

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Chris Martin
Elverson, PA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Magiquest was awesome"
January 2019
While visiting family in Tennessee during Christmas break, I took my 3 boys ages 14,13,&,12 and my 9 yr old niece to magiquest. They absolutely loved it. There was so many different things for them to do. They started with the quest. I had fun watching them running around looking for the things they needed to find for each quest. The boys have been to other laser mazes. They enjoyed the laser mazes at Magiquest because it was more challenging. They were a little disappointed with the mirror maze. They thought it would be more of a challenge. I kept score while the kids did the mini golf. The area inside for the mini golf was small and crowded. It was a very simple course, but the kids enjoyed it. All in all it was a great day. The kids can't wait to go again on our next trip to Tennessee
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Tip: There is a lot of different things to do there. Great place for older kids.

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Kim Salyers
Honaker, VA
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Magic laser vault golf n mirrors fun fun"
September 2018
Really neat place u have to go see it so many effects
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Tip: Get your tickets online easy n fast

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Rodney Swearingen
Burns, TN
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Fun for young and old"
May 2018
We did the full experience. My 8yr old son loved all of it. The mirror maze will confuse you, the putt-putt could be updated, but still very fun. The vault was a bit tough for me in my 40's, but my son scored pretty well. The quest adventures are what we had the most fun with. You have a few rooms upstairs to do treasure hunts. A unique experience for both kids and adults. I highly recommend.
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Tip: Do all events

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Donald S.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Better than expected!!"
July 2016
My son, 8 and daughter, 13, both had a blast at Magiquest. I didn't expect much for $20 each, but they loved it, and they played TOGETHER (rarely happens lately). The mirror maze was fun, not scary like some. Blacklight mini golf was cool for them also. No complaints here, will return next time in town.
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Tip: Parents dont have to play, so you can just pay for the kids. Adults are 'guides'.

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Jen Z.
Manheim, PA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Awesome Time!"
June 2016
We had such a great time as it was affordable and offered so many different things to do! We will definitely do MagiQuest again!
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Tip: Magiquest and the vault!

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Jeremy P.
Charlotte, NC
5 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Fun for all ages!!!"
October 2015
My wife and I really enjoyed ourselves and went 3 times on vacation!
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LSUSusan
Alexandria, Louisiana
"Always fun!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 01, 2020 NEW
Family had a great time as usual at MagiQuest. Son tickled to get a new wand. A little disappointing that the points don't combine with those at Great Wolf Lodge. Still fun had by all.
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kherib
Paris, Tennessee
"Quester heaven"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 13, 2020 NEW
Great place for the family. Lots of walking!!! Quest are a little hard to figure out for smaller kids, but very fun seeing them get the runes at the end of each quest. I suggest making a two day excursion of it to finish the entire quest.
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K_MSU
Morehead, Kentucky
"Fun for the whole family"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 21, 2020
My son loves coming here every time we travel! You buy your wand and it saves your progress for the next visit. We visited a few days ago & the employees were doing a great job of sanitizing the stations after each guest. You definitely get a work-out in but it's so much fun completing the quests!
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Jeff B
Kingsport, Tennessee
"Pirate Golf Didn't Shiver My Timbers"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2020
We wanted to do mini-golf before leaving Pigeon Forge, but it was raining, so that narrowed the choice down to MagiQuest's Pirate Golf. I think it was close to thirty dollars just for the two of us. You pick a club and a ball, then go in a room with about eighteen holes. Since it's all under blacklight, the score card, balls, clubs, and much of the scenery will glow. You might even try to choose clothing and shoes that will stand out in this environment as well, especially for a kid's sake. They will surely think it's amazing. A word of warning about the ball choice, though: don't pick blue! The blacklight will make a green ball show up amazingly, but blue is almost invisible, especially since the course is essentially the same. For adults this was honestly a mediocre mini-golf. There aren't really obstacles on the majority of the holes. Most of them are just going around corners and whatnot. It's not uncommon to knock your ball completely out of the course on some holes. It's also possible to lose your ball underneath some of the obstacles and have to crawl around trying to rake it out. The environment isn't particularly interactive. There are some video screens that play a pirate-themed animation in a couple of spots or so, but nothing actually moves or anything on the course itself. Everything is on one level of this room, with no variation on height between any of the holes, other than some elevations and curves within the individual courses themselves. With all of this being said, it's still possible to have fun, especially when the weather is bad, and kids will surely enjoy it more than adults. Just don't expect a particularly long or amazing mini-golf experience.
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592francesg
"Fun Birthday Time!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 19, 2020
It was a fun party for everyone as we made our way through the various stops. The maze was quiet interesting.
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Frequently Asked Questions about MagiQuest

What is MagiQuest?
MagiQuest is unlike anything you have ever experienced. You begin by selecting a Magic Wand. You’ll use clues and hints to go on quests, battle dragons and embark on adventures. When you return you pick up where you left off on your last visit.

Do I have to enjoy all four attractions in one day?
No, when you redeem your e-ticket you will receive 4 separate tickets that can be redeemed over the course of your Pigeon Forge vacation.

How long does it take to complete all four attractions?
Approximately 3 – 3.5 hours. However, you are able to enjoy activities over the course of a few days.

Are children free?
Children 3 and under are free with the purchase of an adult ticket.

If I don’t want to play but want to watch my child inside the Kingdom, do I have to purchase a ticket?
Yes, we offer a Magi Guide ticket type. This allows you entry into the kingdom and an Ancient Book of Wisdom. Wand not included.

If I lose my wand do I have to start over?
No. MagiQuestMagic allows us to transfer a Magi's information onto a new wand at any time, thus allowing you to continue the game where you left off, no matter where you left your wand.

Where are you located?
MagiQuest is located just past traffic light 2A at 2491 Parkway (being U.S. Highway 441) in the middle of action-packed Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

What are your hours?
Hours are seasonal and may vary. Please note the game will close 1 hour prior to posted closing time.