A Family-Friendly Adventure with Wizard Quest in the Wisconsin Dells


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Solve the puzzle to free the wizards. Ultimately this is the heart of Wizard Quest. Of course included in this experience are secret rooms, clues, mystery, a ball pit, and magical worlds. Why didn’t they have something like this when I was a kid? My boys have no idea how lucky they are to experience such an amazing family-friendly place. Wizard Quest is family fun at it’s best. Using your brain instead of your brawn, every science and book-loving family is inclined to enjoy Wizard Quest.


Last year we successfully completed the challenge and freed the wizards for the very first time. It was so much fun to see the enthusiasm and joy in my boy’s faces. They were on a mission! This year with more experience and we took on the quest again. Ironically this year we only freed one wizard instead of all four, but it didn’t prohibit our evening of family fun.


Here is the gist; there are four wizards that belong to four different realms- Earth, Air, Water, and Fire. Select a team name and work together to uncover the clues to unlock the wizards. In this magical place mirrors or pictures might the doors to hidden rooms with helpful riddles.


Team Taco {our team name selected by my five-year-old} started to run out of steam as our evening progressed. This indoor activity would be a great fit for rainy or too hot days. The staff was very friendly and helpful with our questions. For anyone who has visited Wizards Quest before the world and missions change. The quest we completed last year was not the same quest we attempted to complete this year.




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  1. I have never been to Wisconsin but this place is pulling me. It looks so magical.

  2. I feel like I have seen one of these before, but I have never been to Wisconsin. My kids would love this!! Thanks!

  3. Wow this place looks amazing! I’ve never heard of it before!

  4. Live in WI and never heard of it. This is something my whole family would enjoy. Thanks for sharing

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