Do you ever just have the urge to break shit? To throw a bunch of bottles at the wall or scream wildly whilst swinging a sledgehammer through the air? Or perhaps to share some time with your favorite human/humans while destroying everything in sight?
If you answered yes to any of the above AND live in the Austin area, I’ve got quite the escapade for you.
The Breaking Point Austin is an adrenaline-packed adventure, perfect for date-nights, a day out with friends or just blowing off some steam. I brought my husband along for the fun, and together we made quite a mess of things.
Here’s how it went. We put on a suit, safety hat and goggles. We entered a room full of already broken things that we were encouraged to break further. Think computers, tvs, old office appliances. You name it, we could smash it. We were also given a multitude of old beer and vodka bottles to destroy as we saw fit. I personally preferred throwing them at the wall while screaming like a mad woman. Hubs and I were also given an array of objects to destroy the things. Pipes, metal bats, sledgehammers. You know, all of the things you might need in case of a zombie apocalypse. Then, we were left alone to obliterate the things. The only thing off limits was the makeshift wooden table in the center of the room, though we were encouraged to use this as a holder for the objects we’d be swinging at.
Also offered at The Breaking Point is a splatter (paint) room, an axe-throwing room and an escape room. I love that they have family-friendly activities suitable for all ages, and can’t wait to take my daughter back to throw paint everywhere. This family-owned and operated business truly had something for everyone. Speaking of family-owned, everyone we met was so kind and immediately made us feel like we were part of that family.
With the temperatures reaching the 100s in the Austin area, now is the perfect time to join in on the AC-included fun of The Breaking Point. The rates are super reasonable, with prices for all rooms starting at $25 – $30. Bring your tunes (may I suggest heavy metal? It’s not usually my thing but is very fitting at The Breaking Point.) and even your own breakables if you’d like (PS – They are always accepting breakable donations as well!), and get ready to demolish, shatter, smash and wreck everything in sight.
Happy destroying, friends!