Planning the Ultimate Escape Room Birthday

If you are planning a birthday party for anyone this year, chances are you want to avoid the same old, same old. No one is impressed by the “cake and ice cream” song and dance anymore; birthday parties need a major refresh, and the party you plan this year could be the start of a birthday revolution. How? This year, try out an ultimate escape room birthday party with the escape rooms at Paranoia Quest! Read more

Breaking the Norm: Exciting Things to Do Buckhead

The phrase “ exciting things to do in Buckhead ” brings to mind one thing, generally – drinking and clubbing. That can be fun for the single twenty-somethings, but for everyone else the prospect of loud, thumping House music and crowded, sweaty, dark club scenes just doesn’t have much appeal. Buckhead is still a great place to have fun, even without the drinking and dancing. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and unique experiences like the ones you’ll find at Paranoia Quest! Read more

Make an Escape for Your Church Field Trip In Sugar Hill

Church youth groups are always looking for new ways to keep young people excited and engaged. As a youth group leader, you’ve probably already figured out that this isn’t the 1950’s anymore; no one has any interest in rollerskating, going to the sock hop or taking in a matinee. Today’s youth, especially teenagers, are about as jaded as they come, so you really need a good idea to get them excited for involvement. Paranoia Quest’s escape rooms make the perfect church field trip in Sugar Hill. Read more

Escape the Clowns with Some Duluth Fun

So you, just like everyone else it seems, just saw Stephen King’s It in theaters. If Pennywise the Dancing Clown scared you as badly as he did everyone else, escape is probably already on your mind, or was during the screening. And if you haven’t seen it yet and plan to at one of the theaters near the Mall of Georgia, you’ll need something to do afterward. Whether or not It has shaken you to the core yet or its simply on your to-do list, you next stop should be Paranoia Quest for some Duluth fun. Read more

Rekindling romance with spouses vs. zombies in Atlanta

Upset Spouse or Zombies In Atlanta, You Decide

As a married couple, there are a lot of things you can do in Atlanta to rekindle that old spark. You can attend a show at the Fox Theatre, browse around the HIGH Museum or even take a shopping trip to Atlantic Station. For spouses, the day-to-day grind of working, living, paying bills and, for some, parenting, has a way of grinding down the magic and romance in a relationship. And while traditional ideas for rekindling romance are over the city, have you ever considered battling zombies in a war for survival? Ten years ago, most would have said no, but with zombies everywhere in our culture today, surely more than a few have considered it. Why not give it a try? Its spouses vs. zombies in Atlanta at Paranoia Quest! Read more

Experience extreme corporate team building with Zombie Hour

Working in a corporate environment isn’t always the most glamorous thing in the world. You show up at 8, pop your lunch in the office refrigerator and grab a seat in your cubicle next to your “Life’s a Beach” coffee mug and jar of pens. Your day of entering data into reports is broken up by trips to the coffee pot, the occasional meeting and polite chit-chat with co-workers you are friendly with but actually barely know. You roll with this routine five days a week, twelve months a year and eventually it can get old. Like, really old. What if, after being stuck in a corporate rut for who knows how long, you could spend an hour using your wits and instincts to survive a hellish world overrun with the living dead? With Paranoia Quest’s newest escape game, Zombie Hour, you and your co-workers can do just that, breaking the monotony with the kind of corporate team building people can actually get excited about. Read more