Everyone Out! Atlanta Escape Rooms for Families


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There are lots of things we try to escape in Atlanta—heat, mosquitoes and traffic all come to mind—so it’s funny that our town is so wild over getting into Atlanta’s best escape rooms! Maybe it’s because you play only with your group, or perhaps because its air conditioned, but we think Atlanta is wild for escape rooms because they’re just so fun. Keep reading for our favorite escape rooms geared towards the kids, below.

Time to Escape

Featuring four fun escape experiences, which are now all private for your group only—including Al Capone’s Speakeasy which features an in-room actor—Time to Escape gives players feedback on their acuity and the level of difficulty of their mission. Generally for between 2-14 players, these escape rooms include a Western, Alcatraz, Egyptian, and Speakeasy theme.

1441 Dresden Dr #230
Online: itstimetoescape.com

Big Escape Rooms

Big Escape Rooms offers adventures where players find clues, crack codes and use their sleuth prowess to solve a series of puzzles within 60 minutes to escape a themed room. With the clock counting down, you may make it, you may not—but one thing is for sure: you’re going to have fun! Of their four rooms, the beginner level—The Basketball escape room—is best for families with kids. It was initially designed for the Atlanta Hawks and built inside of Philips Arena in Downtown Atlanta. The story goes that your team has been trapped inside the locker room and it’s 45-minutes until game time. The coach always hides a spare key, so you have to find it in time to get your team out on the court or will you be forced to forfeit the game.

Big Escape Rooms
444 Highland Ave. NE 4th floor
Old Fourth Ward
Online: bigescaperooms.com


Breakout Games

Whether you choose to play in person (always your group only) or virtually, Breakout Games offers you tons of rooms to choose among—and most are suitable for kids. For 60 minutes, experience immersive entertainment with friends and family, escape normal life, and be the hero of the story. Explore an island, find the kidnapper, restore ancient relics to their rightful owner, and more. For train lovers, this one has a Runaway Train experience that you don’t want to miss! 3867 Roswell Rd. NE Buckhead 404-800-9207 Online: breakoutgames.com

Paranoia Quest

Paranoia Quest Whether you have Harry Potter fans, kids who would fearlessly face the Zombie Apocalypse, or detectives-in-training, this downtown location (there’s one in Buford, too) will meet your escape room needs. Playing only those in your group, you’ll spend 60 minutes trying to solve a challenge that’s not built to be scary. 72 Broad St. SW Downtown 678-310-8735 Online: paranoiaquest.com

Amazing Escape

With only 45 minutes, you’ll have to work fast to get out of that mountain cabin where you’re trapped. And figure out how to save everyone from a mysterious virus. And get out of being convicted for a crime you didn’t commit. Best of luck at this Norcross venue. 6040 Unity Dr. Suite C Norcross 470-294-0480 Online: amazingescapegame.com

Urban Escape Games

Investigate something fishy going on in a big-business run space station. Catch a jewel thief in the act. Unlock a researcher from a time warp. This Alpharetta and Marietta operation is “HR” and “Family” safe, so you’ll find no scary or lewd surprises when you go. 20 Mansell Ct. East, Suite #275 Alpharetta 678-805-2189 Online: urbanescapegames.com

Featured photo via iStock.

—Shelley Massey


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