The Break Room in Atlanta is a great way to relieve stress and constructively channel frustration by breaking things. Here's how it works: you'll get suited up in full protective gear, pick a tool to break things with (a baseball bat, crowbar, sledgehammer etc.), select items you want to break (glassware, mirrors, printers, TVs etc.), then blast your favorite music and start breaking!
Location & Contact Info
The Break Room Rules
- You must wear long pants and close toed shoes (No skirts, dresses, kilts or shorts)
- You must wear all your safety gear at all times in the Break Room
- No more than 2 people can swing at an object at the same time in the swinging area, and must be at least 8 ft apart
- Only swing at or throw items in direction of throw wall
- No swinging or throwing items at ceiling, floor, or in opposite direction of throw wall
- Only approved swinging equipment permitted
- All throwers must be 3 ft apart from each other
- Items can only be thrown when all participants are behind throw line
- No one under 18, expectant mothers, persons with major injuries, of bad health, or intoxicated is permitted
- You must listen to employees instructions at all times
- Waivers must be filled out before entering The Break Room
- Use good judgement and pay attention to surroundings
- Anyone watching must stand behind throwing area
- Photos and videos are allowed and encouraged!
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I have friends or co-workers in the room with me?
Yes as long as you know the person/people (no strangers allowed in the same room)
Can friends watch me while I am in the room?
Yes, friends can watch from the safe area in the room for an additional $10 per person
Can I purchase a copy of my session?
We currently don't offer video for sale however you can take your own videos and pictures. For an additional $10 fee, you can pay to have a "Professional Breaker" record and take pictures. This fee also includes pitching of items as well 5 additional small items.
Can I have friends or co-workers in the room with me and share my package/time?
Yes, your booking is private. You are allowed up to 5 additional friends in your party for your break room experience, but please keep in mind we suggest at least 15 items per person in the room so a larger package or A La Carte items may need to be purchased.
Can you customize a room with what I want in there?
Yes we can customize a room but will need at least a week lead time to get it ready and get priced out for you
Can anyone come try out your rooms?
Anyone 18 or older can come as long as they are not expecting, injured or in bad health
What is the purpose of this place?
The main objective is to have fun and relieve your stress and try something different with your friends and co workers, we have had numerous customers tell us this was more satisfying then doing a martial art class, yoga or other group activities
Can I bring my own items in to the room with me?
Yes we charge a $10 per box fee up to 30 lbs for any items you want to bring which covers the cost of cleanup/dumpster etc.
What type of people come to your rooms?
We get people of all types including date nights, corporate team building, anyone with extra stress. Most of our customers are business people, teachers and other regular people that just want to try something different and have a memorable experience
Rage Room Atlanta
As seen on CNN Health & Fox 5. The Break Room is a rage room where you destroy things to relieve stress and anger. It’s been proven that releasing pent up stress and frustration in a safe and healthy way is therapeutic. Some people hit a punching bag, others may do an intense work out while listening to heavy metal music, but the reasoning is the same – to feel better! Hitting or breaking things is a new way to let go of negative feelings, burn calories, and have fun! You’ll have access to many different items to break and break things with, plus you can blast your favorite music while doing it. The Break Room in Atlanta is a one of a kind experience that will keep you coming back for more.
The Break Room in Atlanta is operated by a separate and distinct entity than Mastermind Escape Games. Mastermind Escape Games does not have any involvement in the operations of the Break Room.