Fun time had by everyone. Glow in the dark miniature golf. The course is for all ages. There are arcade games and you have the ability to win prizes. There is even 2 rooms to host your own party.
10. Project Escape
1395 S Marietta Pkwy SE Ste 202Marietta, GA 30067
From Business: Atlanta's premiere escape room gaming facility. Our over-sized escape rooms, challenging puzzles, and high quality set design provide immersive live action game-p…
4401 Shallowford RdRoswell, GA 30075
Great instructors who really care - We have been attending Marietta Martial Arts for many months now and I wanted to say thank you for taking good c…
SAS - what a great workout, love the ever changing setting, helpful staff, amazing sound and lighting - you gotta try it !!! Don't miss the shop it has a wonderful selection.
Visited over the summer and was amazed...what a cool experience..wish we had something like this in Cinti!
What a total rip-off! I paid $62 for my Son and I to play airsoft for an hour. It took a few minutes to get our equipment, receive instructions etc. and then we waited another 20 minutes to begin a game. After playing two quick Capture The Flag games, we were told the facility was closed for the evening. When I calmly explained to the person at the counter that I should have been told this from the beginning, the owner, an apparent former Special Forces member came out and looked at me sternly with his arms crossed in a threatening manner. At no time did I raise my voice or act in an unprofessional way.There are a couple of other great (and reputable) Airsoft and Paintball facilities around Cobb County. Avoid these birds. My guess is that they probably won't be around much longer the way they treat customers.
Huge facility! These guys offer airsoft, women's safety courses, birthday parties, summer camps!! Very fun and my kids love it. Would definitely recommend.
Place is becoming the place for airsoft in GA.
Great Bussiness very polished establishment for airsoft.
We had a great time playing airsoft at SAS Black Ops yesterday along with ZERO HOUR AIRSOFT. Combined, we turned out to be quite a fighting force, taking every corner and building we could and getting many surrender kills. The moments of darkness allowed us to move without being detected. The lights and music spiced up everything and got us pumped. The field itself consisted of many small buildings, some cover, two headquarters, and two spawns. The setup was easy to navigate and we figured everything out after the first few rounds. All in all, SAS is an awesome field. Don't get used to it though because the field design changes every week, so players must prepare themselves for a new challenge every week. If CQB is your game, SAS is the field for you. Check it out sometime.
Terrible. Spent 230.00 for 4 kids to play airsoft. They were there for 2 hours and was told to play dodge ball. I didnt know I was spending 230.00 for kids to play a game of dodgeball! During the 2 hours they played only one game of airsoft. The kids HATED it! Will not be back. Kids said it was so dark that you couldn't see a thing and the only lights were strobe lights that gave them all a headache. They should change the name because the kids including myself thought it would resemble the black ops video game, but instead all you get is a black room. Kids also said that others there were using terrible language. Save your money and go somewhere else. I'm bummed that we spent that much money and all the kids had such a bad time. On top of it all it was my sons birthday :( Wished Tango was still open the kids enjoyed it there.