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    I took my 10 year old daughter to the Dells this weekend and Wizard Quest was her favorite part! We did the easy level the first time and she loved it so much we went back the next day and did the medium level! I had a blast too. It really promotes team work. We got a little testy with each other but quickly found out how to best work together and kick but. It was so fun!!!! Will go again next time for sure. 🙂

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    We took our just turned 4 and 6 year olds to Wizard Quest, and they loved it. We did the “easy” path, and even Mom and Dad struggled to find the Wizzards, but our kids did great, as they make less assumptions about the world, I suppose. It’s a Must Do in the Dells, especially on a rainy day.

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    Great fun for all ages! I took my 4 children ages 3-11. They all loved it! The older kids loved finding the Wizards and solving the quests. The younger loved exploring and the ball pit! I would recommend it to anyone visiting the Dells!

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    i dont think it was worth it at all the place was not professional papers were torn clues were half taped on to the the net, some of the things were falling apart. we went to ask questions and nobody was there we had to go find him. the game would be better only if it was free. all the people i talked to was confused and couldnt figure it out so we werent alone . i dont see how this could be rated 4 in all of the professional attractions,

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    Our 3 1/2 year old had a blast here. Although many areas are dimly lit, there wasn’t anything to pop out and startle him. My review is directed primarily at the adults of small children contemplating attending this exhibit:1. Be prepared to spend a lot of time crawling around through tubes no larger than a normal playground slide and up awkwardly shaped chutes. There are certain well trafficked areas that smell distinctly of feet, so bring your hand sanitizer.2, Team up on your kid – it’s very easy for them to slip away if you’re not very vigilant. I’m kind of a helicopter dad, but my little guy gave me the slip at one point. Luckily his uncle was there to help me track him down. There is one area in particular that our little guy loved but which I wasn’t sure I could squeeze through (the ball pit tunnel), so having someone on the other side to receive him was essential.3. Do the easy version of the game. If you’re playing with a young child it’s hard enough finding the wizards without trying to solve any puzzles. That said, our little guy was able to find a few a the wizards that I wouldn’t have found just by doing what comes naturally to a small child – climbing into areas that one might not normally explore.Overall, I can’t think of any activity in the Dells our guy would have enjoyed more. Of all the things we did, this was his clear favorite. I think his admission was free as well, which didn’t hurt either. We finished up in about 55 minutes.