We went to Project Escape as an impromptu datenight and it was perfection. We have done a handful of other escape rooms and had previously tried the Nautilus room. This time we bought two seats in Vault 202, knowing there were ten left and hoping we’d be solo. We were and Tori, our game master, did a great job of making us feel like it was still doable.
After escaping Vault 202, we took them up on their offer for a discount for a second room on the same visit and completed Murder Express as well.
Some of our favorite parts about project escape:
The game masters. We had a great guy last time and Tori was fantastic this time. Both were incredibly personable and energetic.
The game setups. The games are full of multiple puzzles to work on at once. Unlike other escape rooms that will have only one puzzle at a time in a sequence, these rooms have several puzzles that can we solved in parallel. This means there’s more for each person to do and really helps if you get stumped.
The puzzles themselves. Without giving anything away, the puzzles in the three games we’ve done here were all really well done. Clues that were appropriately clear. Not many red herring objects or things. Well designed mechanical elements. Just overall, really well done.
I highly recommend Project Escape for groups or couples. It can be hard to solve a room with just two people, but it is so fun!
the staff are always so friendly and the rooms are challenging and they are always fun to play with friends, family or co workers even strangers ! definitely will be coming to do more!!
This is a great collection of Escape rooms and my family really enjoys this particular collection! The staff is great and we have enjoyed all the individual rooms! Looking for an hour long activity to have some fun, than I highly recommend! Good times!!
We did the Saw room. It was so fun!!!! we enjoyed it. Pretty difficult but we made it out. The staff was amazing.
Best escape rooms in Marietta! They do a fantastic job of theming, and the rooms have a variety of puzzles/lock types. My husband and I earned our T-shirt on our last visit. :)
Did 2 rooms today. Nautilus and vault 202. We have done a bunch of escape rooms and these were both really good. Nautilus is one of my all time favorites. Really well done.
We chose to play the Saw-themed room as this particular room includes the added challenge of competition. The competitive nature of the game made the experience that much more fun! We absolutely loved everything about Project Escape! The entire facility was nice as were the employees. The game-room was very detailed and very representative of the actual movie. Give it a try!
Harrison was our guide, super helpful and super friendly! This was my first escape with my boyfriend's family and we loved it! Amazing experience.
Yes we had an amazing time.. amber was really fun... and very helpful..
also we had chandler who was very cool and down to earth and gave really good clues.w
We also had Brandi and she was really fun and helpful.
We completed all the rooms.
We have just not played saw yet.
Thanks for such an amazing time and I will definitely spread the word for family and friends to come try it out.
Amazing rooms. We have done two of the rooms and will be back to do the others. Tory was our game master and she is awesome.
We loved the Murder Express. it is like a Clue game that you are participating in. Ricky was a great game master.
I had a great time. We were in the vault 202 room. The staff is very friendly, and the rooms were great! Amber was our game master and she was amazing! I will be returning.
Just escaped “The Vault”. Our Escape Room host - Amber was fantastic. We had 2 minutes to spare and had a blast!
Great Space to Escape
Had a great time first conquering one of the escape rooms and then taking part in the Escape across Marietta. Loved the challenge of visiting different spots, interacting with employees, solving the clues, and ending up at Tree Horn Cider. All and all a great day, tons of fun, and very challenging!
A very enjoyable experience
The puzzles were challenging without being overwhelming. There was plenty to do so everyone got a chance to shine.
A really great time with Vault 202!
Visited Atlanta for the weekend and decided to try a room here. We had a great time. We chose Vault 202 since we had never done a fallout shelter themed room before. The room design was well done and the puzzles flowed nicely. There is definitely influence from the FALLOUT video games but knowledge about them is not necessary to complete the room. The staff was super friendly and Savannah was a wonderful room host!
It was fun. We had an amazing time , the staff was very interactive and helpful. I'd definitely visit again!
Overall great experience!
The location had plenty of parking and the building was well decorated. It was my first time doing an escape room, but I felt very comfortable. The staff was very helpful and fun.
The scavenger hunt was much fun. As usual, very organized. These guys are the best. Clues are very well thought out. Major kudos to the puzzle designers. We live in the area and love this place. We have been to every one of their rooms.
Great place for Birthdays!
We had my son’s 10th birthday party there. We had a great time! The party room was an extra great perk!
Excellent customer service, location, and parking! Will definitely be back again! Great place for teens!
Great time, Challenging Room
I have done several escape room around Metro Atlanta and this was the hardest so far. We were in a competition room, so half of our group was next door in the exact same set up and the race was on! I will go back, 4 or 5 other rooms to choose from. A lot of fun.
#1 Escape Rooms & Customer Service in Atlanta
We’ve been to 3 different escape room locations, so I feel like I can give a good opinion for how Project Escape compares to escape rooms in the area. Let me be clear, there is no comparison. Project Escape blows the competition away. First of all, the prices are great, especially to book the private rooms.
We started our night with Murder Express. Sydney was our game master and she was so great. I loved the themes and props to this room. The only negative I’ll mention is the 5 min rule. I completely understand why that rule is put in place and I even agree with having a penalty, but that five minutes was huge. We were close, but guessed wrong in the end. We ran out of time with the 5 min penalty.
Thanks to the awesome $15 same day deal, we decided to take on Vault. This time Amber was our game master. She was awesome too. This room was great once we got going. We were able to finish with 12 minutes left.
I’d like mention the customer service at Project Escape. We were so impressed with Amber and Sydney. At other escape rooms, they throw you in a room, give you your clues when you ask and take your money. We felt like our game masters were really pulling for us and wanted us to make it out. It really made for an even better experience.
I’d really like to do Murder Express again -
maybe when the characters get changed around, so we won’t know who the killer is.
We’ve already planned another night in May with a big group to take on Saw. We are so excited. Thanks to everyone at Project Escape. Keep doing what you’re doing!
Fun activity for friends or family
We did the Murder Express escape room, it was fun and we appreciated the level of detail they put into the room.
One of the best room escapes
This place was one of the first room escapes I have done and I have done every room they have and won the t shirt for doing them. Check out this place, hands down one of the best.
Always a great time
My family has been here several times with friends and teenagers and even less than teenagers and it has always been a lot of fun for all. Our last visit was a mid evil code themed room and there were lots of interesting puzzles for all ages.
I went with a group of 6 teenagers (and 1 other adult) for a birthday party to Project Escape recently and, though I went in skeptical about it, I had never done this type of activity before, but after doing it here, I must say that I really had a lot of fun. Working through the puzzling escape was actually very stimulating and challenging, and I can really felt not only the fun of it, but how this type of activity could be used for team-building. We didn't quite make it out alive (!) but had a great time nonetheless. It is not cheap, but a great party activity for teens or adults, and the staff were excellent. Definitely recommended.
Fun First time
I went with a team of newbies and we loved it! Very fun, entertaining and makes you think outside the box. Definitely will visit again.
Well worth it!
I went with three friends and none of us knew what to expect but we all had a blast. The facility is well decorated, the staff was super friendly, and the game was an adrenaline rush! The directions before the game were explained clearly and the helpful nudges during the game were just right. This is a memory that will last a lifetime.
It was a great time and everyone had a blast! We were so close to solving it if we had only like 5 more minutes. We will go back to do this again for sure! Great props and helpful staff.
Super creative escape room
We went to this escape room on Halloween and chose the room based off the movie Saw. Super creative design and difficult escape. They said only 30% of people were able to get out, but my team managed. I was def. there for moral support. Got to sign our names on the escape wall. Very attentive hosts for hints or lock assistance.
We always have a wonderful time when we go there ty to the great staff and owners ! We plan on coming back many more times for the best way to spend an hour !
family trip to the clue mansion
project escape may be the best escape room in Atlanta. The puzzles are always well thought out and challenging, and the rooms are top quality. This was a great time with the family.
A total blast for teens and adults!
We had so much fun! I highly recommend! Not just for people really great at solving clues and puzzles. Everyone contributed which was really great.
My friends and I went for my Birthday and it was super awesome! Great Friendly staff. The puzzles were challenging but not impossible. They have the best themed rooms!
We love coming here. Great for families, co-workers and friends! You can even request private rooms !
Can't wait to go back! Had so much fun!! My husband, 2 kids and I did the Saw room. Hard but the staff was great and very helpful.
Fun but very challanging for a small team
Very well organized, staff are knowledgeable and know their stuff. If you can find where their location is in the industrial park, you've already started the challenge.Fun over all but I'd say their levels of difficulty need to be dropped a bit. We did a moderately difficult room with 4 ppl and there was no way we could have finished and we're a fairly bright crew. We'll come again for sure...with a team of 10, lol.
Nothing But a Good Time!
I love Project Escape! I have done approximately half of their escape rooms and I have never been let down once. They are intriguing, engaging and there is really something to do for everyone in the group. We have had a blast every time... And if you want to win, you definitely have to work for it!
A fun night for all
This was my first escape room but won't be my last. Project Escape had a ton of choices which fit well for my diverse group of teenage boys and girls.
Fun for Puzzle Lovers
Great time deciphering clues and solving puzzles. Really good customer service, and Ricky, the game master, was the best. Looking forward to going back!
Awesome time for a birthday party!
Staff was very friendly and we will come back again! They allowed us to bring in non alcohol drinks for toasting before we went into the room.
Family visit in Exposure Room
Even though we did not escape, we all enjoyed the challenge. The room was definitely full of surprises. The Project Escape staff were courteous and respectful. This was my sister and brother in law's second visit. We will definitely visit again and possibly make it a family tradition.
Exciting thrill for all ages!
What a blast! We conquered the Knight's Quest escape room and it was the most challenging fun we've ever experienced!! Be sure to bring your brain! It was much harder than I thought it would be, but that just added to the excitement. The room can be booked for up to 8, but we were extremely glad that it was only our part of 4. It made the experience much better, and we all agreed that it would have been totally insane if there were 4 others in that room -- especially not knowing their personalities, etc. The props were awesome and you felt like you were in a medieval castle mead! We stayed in the same escape room the whole time. Although it wasn't a huge room (which would have been more cramped if 4 others were added), there were still tons of difficult puzzles to solve! Our "Game Master," Ricky, was really great and we appreciated the little tips and hints from him -- which still kept it challenging. He provided the right amount of "encouragement" along the way! And, yes, WE ESCAPED -- with 4 minutes to spare!! We will definitely be back and we can't wait to try another room!
My husband and I went to this escape room with his parents and had a blast- honestly I liked Nautilus the best! We cannot wait to try to other rooms. The decoration and themes were on point!
Great time escaping Murder Express room
Our family of 4 had a great time at Project Escape. It was very fun and challenging. I would highly recommend it.
What a Blast! Escape Boredom With the Nautilus Room
My family wanted to do something fun when we spent a weekend in the Big ATL, so we decided on the Escape Project at the urging of my niece. She’s been to them before and is a big fan, so 8 of us decided to try it. We were lucky she goes with her friends and had come in with the third best record in another room so she got a sizeable discount. Anyway, we chose the Nautilus Room which consisted of the pilot’s quarters and an Engine Room, where our team was divided. We had to find clues in one room then shout out directions to our team mates through a closed door. Let the fun begin!
Lots of shouting was going on as others of us preoccupied ourselves with solving other clues. Finally we managed to “restore power” to the Nautilus and the door slid open berltween they two rooms. And although I won’t spoil it for you, I will say that we found secret compartments and rooms—and beat the game! We even had over ten minutes to spare!
Between deciphering clues, the team work, the laughter, and the frantic pace, we had a blast. With several other rooms, the Escape Project is a great place to have fun and make your brain do a little more work than usual.
A bit of advice: use all your hints, since you aren’t penalized by doing so. It also helps you beat the clock.
Go check out the Escape Project. It’s a blast!
King's Quest down
The entire family went for this one and we all had a blast. We booked a room for the 6 of us and were able to escape with about 12 minutes left. All of us had a great time.
Vault 202 rocked our socks
I have to say, the whole escape room phenomenon was not one that was initially super appealing to me, but I do enjoy puzzles and logic quizzes so my interest was peaked.
Our friends got a groupon and we had the entire room to us and our group of 10. It was a really good deal and highly recommended.
Our guide/moderator was Stephen and he was fantastic, the room is based on a vault from the videogame Fallout, and in case you do this one, I'll tell very little. The attention to detail, unexpected methods and puzzles within puzzles were great. We had a fairly clever group, and did well(6 min left) but it never felt easy. More like we were always on the verge of getting it, but also maybe about to fail.
It was a clean well kept up space with very nice staff and some fun puzzle games in the waiting room.
Fun for all listed ages, and you don't have to be in any sort of specific physical shape to partake in this room. We had ages 25-62 and no one had any issues.
Overall amazing experience, highly suggest for group bonding, company outings or just a fun night out.
We came from Augusta for a concert and wanted to do something fun the next day before heading home. We booked a private party Saw Room for the 5 of us, 2 adults and 3 - 15 year olds. I was really impressed!! The building, rooms and staff were professional and organized - they really knew what they were doing. Our Game Master was enthused, friendly and helpful - we had a blast!! Got out in the nick of time. Planning to go back to try Nautilus Room and Exposure. Thanks for the great time and fun memories!!
Great event for teenagers! The rooms where well done. The themed room for the plot was thought out. Boys want to do it again.
Saw was awesome!
I really enjoyed the Saw room. It pushed us to work as a team. Figuring out all the puzzles was the best part. Would do it again!
Wow this is by far the best Escape Room I have ever been too! The employees were friendly and attentive and our
A Fantastic Icebreaker for Meeting A Prospective In-Law
It's one thing to sit around a table in a restuarant to meet someone, but if you want to see how a person engages, problem solves, takes responsibility, cooperates, handles mistakes, and enjoys the experiance you are doing as a family, then this is the best place. It did all that when we met out future son-in-law for the first time. It showed us that he could do life with our daughter. We love Tori, our game hostess. She was funny, helpful,but made us think. We did the Knight's Quest with our adult kids and the boyfriend. The hours goes by very quickly because it is so engaging. I have done Nautilas before and that was equally fun. I am looking forward to playing all the rooms.
lots of fun
this is a great venue for anyone looking for adventure and excitement. its good for anyone 10 and up in your family. We went with a group but you can go and be paired with random strangers which will make the experience even more exciting
Third different place I've tried to escape and just as fun as the rest. Groupon cut the price down significantly.
My friends and I weren’t interested in going to our senior prom because we didn’t like our junior prom very much. However, we still wanted to do something fun that night and go out to dinner! We booked a room with Project Escape (the Saw Room) and had a blast. Honestly, one of the best nights I’ve ever had. The puzzles were super engaging and challenging and required a lot of teamwork. The staff was INCREDIBLE. Super nice and very helpful. If you are looking for an escape room, I highly recommend checking out Project Escape.
Immersed and challenging
One of the best in metro Atlanta. The workers are so nice. We have done 3 of their rooms, and have loved every single one.
Project Escape is a great way to engage your brain while having fun! It’s great for parties! My kids had a blast!
Great birthday for high school boys!
For my son’s 17th birthday, we decided to book a private party escape room for him and six of his high school choir friends. They managed to find their way out and entertain the staff and other guests each time they broke out in song. Good, wholesome fun for teens!
Lots of fun.
It was a lot of fun, I will definitely do it again. Thank goodness I bought my kids with me if I didn’t I probably woundnt make it pass the first clue. We didn’t escape but we came very close. The only complaint was the room was too hot.
Great family fun
We had no idea what to expect, we all had a strength to help solve our escape. We had a blast doing this and will do it again.
Excellent Escape Experience
We have been so several escape rooms in the Atlanta area. I was very impressed with the decor and execution of the room. It was a challenging room, but the owners were helpful with clues. We would definitely recommend and look forward to returning
We took 6, 11 yr old girls here for a birthday party. Everyone had a blast! We did the Knights room and it was pretty challenging. We didn't get out but still had fun. Highly recommend!
We had my son's birthday party in Vault 202. The kids had a great time! Even if we didn't make it out in time. The staff was great and we loved having the party room for lunch and cake afterward! Highly recommended!!
We've been to 3 different escape room locations, so I feel like I can give a good opinion for how Project Escape compares to escape rooms in the area. Let me be clear, there is no comparison. Project Escape blows the competition away. First of all, the prices are great, especially to book the private rooms.
We started our night with Murder Express. Sydney was our game master and she was so great. I loved the themes and props to this room. The only negative I'll mention is the 5 min rule. I completely understand why that rule is put in place and I even agree with having a penalty, but that five minutes was huge. We were close, but guessed wrong in the end. We ran out of time with the 5 min penalty.
Thanks to the awesome $15 same day deal, we decided to take on Vault. This time Amber was our game master. She was awesome too. This room was great once we got going. We were able to finish with 12 minutes left.
I'd like mention the customer service at Project Escape. We were so impressed with Amber and Sydney. At other escape rooms, they throw you in a room, give you your clues when you ask and take your money. We felt like our game masters were really pulling for us and wanted us to make it out. It really made for an even better experience.
I'd really like to do Murder Express again -
maybe when the characters get changed around, so we won't know who the killer is.
We've already planned another night in May with a big group to take on Saw. We are so excited. Thanks to everyone at Project Escape. Keep doing what you're doing!
Had such a great time! The rooms are well decorated and the themes are great! Went with people who have never done it before and we will definitely go back!
Having done about 35 escape rooms around the country, I was mostly very pleased with this place with just a few nits to pick.
The good: Great overall customer experience. The staff was always friendly and helpful. The waiting area is well maintained and welcoming. Both of our game masters were GREAT (Harrison for two rooms and Amber for one), paid very close attention to our progress in the rooms and gave us gentle nudges in the right direction when needed and when we asked for clues they were given to us within a matter of seconds. The scenic elements were mostly fantastic. Especially in the Nautilus and Vault rooms. Overall a nice variety of puzzles, and a few that really required you to get creative with your thinking. It genuinely felt like all of the staff we encountered enjoyed what they were doing and were invested in the place. I've been to a few rooms where the employees seem so detached and even talk poorly about the facility or the choices that the room creators made, but here it felt like even the employees had a hand in creating the rooms.
The less good: In two of the three of the rooms we did there were a few puzzles that really just felt like busy work and went on for longer than they needed to. Where you're just following a long list of tasks and halfway through you're just thinking "alright, we get the point, this puzzle should be over by now". If I could give this place 4.5 stars due to this factor, I would.
All that being said, the overall experience was fantastic and will be happy to return next time I'm in town. A huge bonus is they offer you the chance to play another room later that day or the next day for just $15, nearly half off. If you're someone that likes to double or triple dip on these places, that's a large savings and really makes you feel valued. We certainly took advantage.
The rooms we did were, from best to least best:
Nautilus - this was my favorite room, with plenty of secret compartments and passageways, the scenic element was A+ and felt completely immersive. It is recommended for at least 4 people, but we did it as 2 and were still a few large puzzles away from completing it, so definitely recommend at least 4. There is a LOT of ground to cover in this one and it's important that you're able to split up and tackle multiple puzzles at once.
Vault - solid scenic and some of my favorite puzzles in the whole place. This one felt like it had the least busy work as well.
Knight's Quest - this is one of two games there that only consist of one room (the other being the Saw room) and that is always a bit of a let down, but all the puzzles felt appropriate to the time period and story line. This one had the most busy work.
Chandler was the coolest Game Master. He put up with all our shenanigans and helped us when we needed (as a game master should do!) and he made the experience so much better. Thank you for an awesome time. We will come back again for sure!
Our group had a great time at Project Escape. It was difficult choosing between all of the different rooms because we had a mix of first-timers and some veterans, but ultimately we elected to go with Vault 202. This room was right around the median in terms of difficulty, and it had a good amount of scavenging and teamwork involved.
When you arrive, you have to sign a quick waiver form. I like that in the waiting room there are some mind games to sharpen your mind just before you start. I saw a couple of people enjoying the rubik's cube, so they must've been pretty serious about their readiness. I just played a quick game of tic-tac-toe to keep my mind sharp. We waited just a little longer than our scheduled start time. But after our game, I kind of understood why, and I'll get into that a little later.
Once we were ready to begin, the hostess walked us through the hallway and into our escape room. Once inside, she did a fantastic job explaining all of the details to us, what to expect, and things of that nature. And then we were ready to begin! The hostess was great with giving us clues and making sure we stayed on task. I can't tell you how many times she helped us out of a tough situation. She helped us just enough to keep it interesting and fun for all of us. In the end, we were able to escape with just under 2 minutes to spare.
During the escape room, there were A LOT of clues we had to go through and toss around the room. After debriefing us, our hostess had to return to the room to put everything back in order for the next group. This is why I mentioned that it didn't surprise me that it took a little longer to tidy up depending on how strewn about the clues were by the previous group. We took some pictures in the room and outside with some funny signs. Overall, we all had a fantastic time. Everyone was smiling and laughing after the experience. I can't wait to rehash it with the group later on. Definitely give this escape room a try. You'll be sure to have a lot of fun.
Amazing place to have a fun night with friends and family! We did two rooms.. Saw themed room first, which we should of waited bc it's my favorite movie and there was a lot of technical issues. The good thing is that they are planning to reset the room which allows us to go through with new story. The second room was the Vault.. when we entered the room it was already warm, the temp increased as we played.. in not sure if it's an central unit issue? None the less, we escaped and it was so much fun! There were a LOT more clues on Vault than Saw.
Had a great time! The staff is super helpful and nice, and the rooms are very clever and fun! My friends and I did Vault 202, which is based on the Fallout games, but doesn't require prior knowledge to play. I highly recommend this room, especially for beginners. I've been to several escape rooms, and this place is one of the best.
Had a great experience here! 5 of us did the Murder Express room and did not escape. The room was well-designed and decorated and the puzzles were pretty challenging! Our game master Chandler was great and we loved that the clues came through on the video screen. We will definitely be back to try more rooms!
None of us had ever done an escape room before so we tried... yes tried... the Murder Express room. Our game master Tori was awesome! I've heard of people saying they just stand there at the beginning trying to figure out what to do but we didn't. Tori explained everything so well we got straight to it. We would've signed up to play more rooms that same day but the A/C wasn't working (it happens!) and after an hour in our room we were hot. We didn't escape this time...but we'll be back!
This was our first time doing this so we chose the one with Science formulas?! Math?! Its called the
IT was lots and tons of fun. Some of the clues, as explained in the directions, are right in your face and sometimes you can't think too hard because it's the obvious answer. Other times, it takes some more brain power
I won't give away too much since there will be others after us, but we were just two clues away from breaking out! They have a cool system where every room has a "game master". They'll be watching over you through a camera. You're given 5 hints throughout when you ask, and they'll appear on the screen in the room. Also, if you get claustrophobic, you can walk out at anytime. I think the general consensus was that we'd all love to go back and try another (easier) room. But there was not any easy rooms at all they where going harder harder.
We had my daughter's 11th birthday there last night! It was fabulous - the kids all had a great time. The staff was all wonderful and so helpful and great with the kids. The party room was amazing and was already decorated when we showed up. The entire place was clean, beautifully decorated and easy to find. It was also very reasonably priced.
We enjoyed our time at Project Escape! We did Nautilus and even though we didn't escape, we had such a fantastic time with our group. Our game master was Chandler who explained things to us and helped us with some great clues and hints to keep us hooked and going. We would love to go back and try the other rooms!
I took a group of 12 and 13 year olds to Project Escape for my daughter's 13th Birthday. They had a blast! I called a couple of weeks before our event in order to get information. The woman I spoke with was very friendly and answered all my questions. I then booked the room online, which was very easy. When we arrived, they were very professional and helped us check in and got started with the kids right away. The room was challenging and fun. They didn't escape within the hour, but still had a fantastic time! They loved it and highly recommend it. We will be back.
We used a Groupon to pre book a room online which saved a lot of money. We ended up having so much fun in the first room that we did a second one that day! We ended up doing Knights Quest and Vault 202 which we're both super fun. We had so much fun with our game moderators Josh and Mikayla. They were the real reasons it was as fun as it was to complete. It was so amazing that we're already planning a second trip to do the next two rooms. If all of this doesn't convince you to go their CEO is the family dog George and he is the bestest boy! If you're not sure what escape room to go to I 1000% recommend Project: Escape. You won't regret it.
Me and three of my closest friends did this as my birthday celebration. Most of us had never done an escape room before and had always wanted to so we chose this one due to location and reviews. We did the Nautilus room. We were at a slight disadvantage since there were only four of us but we made it work.
When we first came in, the facility was clean and well staffed. The crew was friendly and we had Shelby as our game master. She was very helpful and really seemed to be rooting for us to escape.
As far as the escape room itself, it was lots of fun and certainly challenging. We liked how everything tied together and it wasn't just random puzzles throughout the room like some escape rooms are. The theme was fun and the storyline was engaging.
We all definitely want to do more escape rooms in the future because of our experience at Project Escape Atlanta, and would certainly return to do more of their rooms! The other rooms they offer sound interesting as well and we are dying to try some of them out. Thank you Project Escape and thank you Shelby for a fun, birthday night! Hopefully we'll be back soon!
As something of an escape room connoisseur, I will tell you that I like this place. My friends and I have done two of the escape rooms, here. We've done the Vault and Knight's Quest. And we'll likely soon go back for more. Both of the "storylines" for these rooms were fun. And the puzzles and brain work done to escape were engaging. Good entertainment.
Parking is plentiful and the check-in process is easy. Staff knows their stuff and so far have had no problems taking care of us, even when groups of others are busy coming into and out of the place. They even offered bottled water to us when we completed our challenge.
Our game master was Chandler. Chandler was very cool. He set up the room, and then he set us up in the room, and then he set the stage for what we were about to try to do. It was clear Chandler was actively watching us, and he gave us good clues when we needed them. (We only used two, I think.)
I'm looking forward to the next escape adventure here.
I've been a total of three times and done four rooms-- Artifact (now retired), Vault 202, Exposure, and Knight's Quest.
Artifact (now converted into Knight's Quest) was only my second escape room. I played with a group of new friends and had a great time.
Vault 202 was my favorite, with some clever puzzles and fun theme. I went for my birthday last year with some friends and family.
Exposure was definitely more challenging. It left us scrambling at the last minute, barely completing the last puzzle in time. It might be my favorite except for a couple frustrating elements, including one puzzle in which we had to wait at least 30 seconds for this mechanism to finish moving. This room physically requires at least four players to finish.
Knight's Quest was my first escape room loss, but I won't hold that against it. I played with a friend and two strangers who had never done an escape room before. It was fun to cooperate and learn to communicate with strangers, trying to work toward a common goal.
I'm looking forward to trying Nautilus!
I found Project Escape through a Facebook ad and I'm so glad it caught my eye! I had family visiting for my birthday and I wanted to do a fun activity. We've never done an escape room before so I wanted to give it a go. Best decision ever!
We booked Vault 202 on 2/23/18 for 9:30pm and it was a blast! We had Steve as our game master and he made the experience so enjoyable - helpful without giving away too much and his interactions with us were hilarious and entertaining. The room itself was well made and the puzzles were challenging and fun. We've played the game that the room was based off of and that helped us a bunch in figuring out a good bit of the puzzles. We got stumped a handful of times, but Steve guided us back to the right track. "Reading is hard, math is hard, and we were missing intelligence." Despite that, we escaped the vault with 11 minutes and 18 seconds to spare!
We only booked for Vault 202, but we had such a wonderful experience that we wanted to do another one immediately after. We initially wanted to do Exposure, but it was too late in the evening for us and Brandy (I believe is her name) quickly switched us over to Nautilus without any hesitation. We bopped on over to the other location and we were in the next room within seconds of walking through the door. Nautilus was a bit more difficult for us because we were separated, but once we were regrouped it was more manageable. Colin was our game master this time and he too was quite helpful. We did manage to escape with 5 minutes left and, again, the experience was awesome!
We will definitely be coming back and attempting the other rooms. I think we've found our new family activity! The atmosphere was great, the rooms were so well thought out, and the super friendly staff were the best!
What a blast so much fun. First time ever doing a escape will do it again. Tori was our game master and had so much great energy and made the experience even better .
Best experience.. 4 of us did Vault 202 and knights quest. Hannah and Tori were amazing.. definitely will be back to do them all. We booked private rooms and had a great time.. by far one of best places we've tried.
Awesome experience, we had soooo much fun!!! Tori was the best, I can't rave enough about her. We've done escape rooms before but this was the best one we've done by far. The rooms were challenging but not impossible. We had a lot of people in our room so we had a lot of teamwork that had to take place. Loved the decor and the whole experience. We'll be back to do the other rooms and will try to book with her again.
So much fun! We held our company Christmas party here and so glad we did. We had the Saw competition rooms, Nautilus, and Vault 202. Savannah and Colin were 2 of our game masters and they were amazing. Myself personally was in one of the Saw rooms and it was very well done. Cannot wait to go back and try out the other rooms. Thank you Project Escape! -My Vape Bar
My husband and I have done many escape rooms prior to this. The rooms were very well put together and they gave you 5 clues to use just in case you got stuck. Also there were multiple puzzles that you could and should do simultaneously. 2 of the rooms we won with people we had never met before (like I said puzzles to do simultaneously). If you see something that you know you could do jump in. The last one we won by ourselves and very doable. Like I said though my husband and I have done a bunch prior to this and we still used some of the clues. Def worth the $. After the first win they charged us $15 for a second.
My family and I love this place! Our game master Amber was awesome. We loved the staff and the rooms. We will definitely be coming back soon!
Had a great day today in Vault with Our Gamemaster Amber! She was a trooper putting up with our group! □ thank you Amber you were awesome I especially enjoyed making the guys do the chicken dance!
I did Vault when I came. It was a great experience and all the staff was amazing. Amber was our game master and she was so fun and helpful!
We did the Murder Express room (and we escaped). This is the second time I have done an escape room with them, and I love the new location (right near the old one) with the new rooms and the remodel! The game masters are very helpful and the rooms are all very clever with their clues! We booked a private room while they had a summer sale and it was a great choice to celebrate my birthday!
My family and I did an escape room at this location for the first time tonight. It was one of the best escape room experiences that I've had. We did Vault 202. We were able to escape. The room was challenging but not too difficult that it felt unfair like some other escape rooms that I've played at other venues. The puzzles were fun, the room was designed well, and our game master, Amber, was very friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. We will definitely return here for the other rooms that they offer in the future.
We took 6, 11 yr old girls here for a birthday party. We all had a blast! The room was the most challenging one we have done. Highly recommend!
We went to Project Escape as an impromptu datenight and it was perfection. We have done a handful of other escape rooms and had previously tried the Nautilus room. This time we bought two seats in Vault 202, knowing there were ten left and hoping we’d be solo. We were and Tori, our game master, did a great job of making us feel like it was still doable. After escaping Vault 202, we took them up on their offer for a discount for a second room on the same visit and completed Murder Express as well. Some of our favorite parts about project escape: The game masters. We had a great guy last time and Tori was fantastic this time. Both were incredibly personable and energetic. The game setups. The games are full of multiple puzzles to work on at once. Unlike other escape rooms that will have only one puzzle at a time in a sequence, these rooms have several puzzles that can we solved in parallel. This means there’s more for each person to do and really helps if you get stumped. The puzzles themselves. Without giving anything away, the puzzles in the three games we’ve done here were all really well done. Clues that were appropriately clear. Not many red herring objects or things. Well designed mechanical elements. Just overall, really well done. I highly recommend Project Escape for groups or couples. It can be hard to solve a room with just two people, but it is so fun!
Went with a friend, and had a really great time! The staff was really friendly, and had a great sense of humor. I recommend this place for an hour of intellectually charged fun! By the way... don't take my friend. She'll ask too many questions, and totally cut your time in the room in half! Lol
We had my son’s birthday party in Vault 202. The kids had a great time! Even if we didn’t make it out in time. The staff was great and we loved having the party room for lunch and cake afterward! Highly recommended!!
First time doing an escape room and had a blast! Staff was very thorough and helpful! Would absolutely do this again
We have visited Project Escape twice and each time we had a blast. One visit was for my son's birthday and he and his friends had a great time working through the room. Staff is friendly and helpful.
Lots of fun, you have 1 hour to solve clues and crack the code to escape. Can go with friends as group or be assigned to a group and meet new friends.
Teenage son and his friends have done 2 rooms. They love it. People are very nice and helpful. Fun activity!
Project Escape Atlanta was a great experience. Unfortunately we did not get out in time, but we had a blast trying. The location was large and the staff was very friendly and answered every question thoroughly. Our game master did a great job. We did Vault 202 with just 4 people (it’s designed for up to 10 people) and I think we just needed more people. It was a tough game for just 4. We will definitely be back to try their other rooms!
Booking was a little confusing, but we used a groupon and it saved us a little money. We started with Knights Quest, which was my favorite room. It was medieval themed and the puzzles weren't too hard. Tori was our game master for the room and she was extremely helpful! Funny too~ It was our first room ever so the tips she gave us really helped. We just barely didn't make it with three people. The second room we tried was the Murder Express. Colin was our GM and this was a bit harder with three people. Also, I felt like one of the mechanisms was hard to trigger which cost us a bit of time. Still fun though! Last one we did was the Saw competition room which had us competing with another group. I think this gave us the motivation we needed to win because we finally solved everything and escaped! There were a few technical problems with the room, but our GM, Chandler, was extremely helpful. Overall, this is a great place! The bathrooms are nice, we were offered water after we finished, and the staff were all very nice. Highly recommend this place!
Tori, Collin, and Chandler were great and made our experience great. Everything was great. If you've never done an escape room before or have come here because it was great. All in all, I'd rate it an gr8 outta 8.
We’ve been to 3 different escape room locations, so I feel like I can give a good opinion for how Project Escape compares to escape rooms in the area. Let me be clear, there is no comparison. Project Escape blows the competition away. First of all, the prices are great, especially to book the private rooms. We started our night with Murder Express. Sydney was our game master and she was so great. I loved the themes and props to this room. The only negative I’ll mention is the 5 min rule. I completely understand why that rule is put in place and I even agree with having a penalty, but that five minutes was huge. We were close, but guessed wrong in the end. We ran out of time with the 5 min penalty.Thanks to the awesome $15 same day deal, we decided to take on Vault. This time Amber was our game master. She was awesome too. This room was great once we got going. We were able to finish with 12 minutes left.I’d like mention the customer service at Project Escape. We were so impressed with Amber and Sydney. At other escape rooms, they throw you in a room, give you your clues when you ask and take your money. We felt like our game masters were really pulling for us and wanted us to make it out. It really made for an even better experience.I’d really like to do Murder Express again -maybe when the characters get changed around, so we won’t know who the killer is. We’ve already planned another night in May with a big group to take on Saw. We are so excited. Thanks to everyone at Project Escape. Keep doing what you’re doing!