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Admission to Wizard Quest and Ripley's Believe It or Not!
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1 Admission to Ripley’s Believe it or Not
1 Admission to Wizard Quest
1 Free mini bag of butter popcorn from Oodlesmack Popcorn (next to Wizard Quest) per person (VALID FOR ONLINE PURCHASES ONLY!!)
Adult – $20.99
Child – $16.99
Ticket is valid for one year from purchase date. One time use at each location. Come in any day and time while we are open!
Friday-Monday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Tues, Wed, and Thurs
Open Every Day Starting March 9th
Last group is taken at closing!
Wizard Quest is an interactive tablet game played in a live setting, a 13,000 sq. ft. fantasy-themed labyrinth. Once you’ve chosen your quest, you must answer riddles and questions to free or freeze the wizard you have chosen. Complete your quest by finding secret passages to hidden rooms, diving into a ball pit, and winding through a mirror maze. Finally, climb to the top of the castle and slide your way out. Wizard Quest requires teamwork in order to complete the goal so be sure to bring your family and friends!
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Is three floors featuring 11 themed galleries and over 200 artifacts. Nowhere else in The Dells can you find shrunken heads, a picture made of toaster crumbs, a barnyard full of two-headed sheep and six-legged cows. Become an explorer and survive the curse of King Tut as you travel the dark cavernous tunnels of his Egyptian temple. Continue your exploration and unveil objects hidden throughout the museum and decide for yourself if you Believe it or Not! Ripley’s is fun, entertaining, and amazing for all ages!
You will receive a confirmation email after your purchase. Be sure to bring a copy of that email (which is the invoice) with you when you come for your visit. IT IS YOUR TICKET TO GET IN.
Please note that your group must have someone 16 years or older in it at all times. No children under the age of 16 years are admitted alone.
You will need a government issued ID to leave with us while you borrow our “skrindle.”