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tracee w.
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Report | 6 days ago
I took 4 14 year old kids and they had a blast! Wanted to stay to do the other game but were completely sold out! We went on a snowy New England day and it was dead slow, not thinking anyone else was there but it was sold out! Plan ahead!
Lisa H.
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Report | a month ago
Don't be afraid to he told into the role play aspecT. Going with a larger group who's ready to engage will help fuel the fun.
Jonathan G.
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Report | a month ago
Being a group of 4 or more. Seems like it would've been better with more people
David B.
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Report | a month ago
It was a great time. My 6 yr old was scared but my 8 yr old had an awesome time. It was a little hot and the background music was drowning out the story teller but over all I would definitely go again.
Paula D.
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Report | a month ago
Dress comfortable and have fun!
Wendy V.
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Report | 2 months ago
We completed the 10,000 leagues under the sea adventure. I admit it was fun but it is geared more towards kids/teenagers and not really for just adults.
Christian G.
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Report | 2 months ago
Fun enough for adults but ideal for tweens. Best deal is to buy both shows.
Brian G.
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Report | 2 months ago
Great fun for kids. A little on the cheesy side for adults, but don't take yourself seriously and you'll have a good time.
Ron
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Report | 2 months ago
Okay for Adults, would great for older kids.
Naeem B.
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Report | 3 months ago
Great place to visit.
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In his first design for 5 Wits, Mathew DuPlessie channeled the fedora-wearing, whip-cracking swagger of Indiana Jones. Called Tomb, this interactive entertainment experience threw its participants into ancient Egypt to solve riddles and clues from a supernatural pharaoh. Since then, DuPlessie, a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School, has opened up two new adventures that combine the immersive special effects of a Hollywood movie with the interactive role-play of a video game. "It's hands-on entertainment," the former designer for Disney World and Universal Studios told the Patriot Ledger, "that forces people to get off their rear end."

Thus far, all of his adventures have worked to immerse the mind and the senses?the Shakespearean origins of the company's name. Taken from Much Ado About Nothing, "five wits" refers to the Bard's nod to memory, imagination, fantasy, common sense, and estimation. Though the scenarios are meant to thrill and challenge players, none are meant to frighten, nor are they designed to be beyond the reach of those with average physical ability and psychic powers.

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