Axe Kicking Escape from Warehouse 1
For those curious to throw axes like a Viking, here is your place! This warehouse is the oldest place in Loretto that generated goods in the past. Today Wade Pettus has created one side to throw axes in a bay configuration for safety and escape rooms on the other side where you get in a group and try to get out by finding clues. Mr. Pettus himself makes up the games so you won't be able to steal clues from other escape houses from other cities! During the holiday times of the year, you may find games that reflect the holiday so a Christmas-themed mystery may be an option or other similar game.
The back of the warehouse is all about throwing axes. There is a wooden target board to stick with your axe that should remain in the target area to count. You will have a bay that is enclosed on three sides with a chain-link fence so that you don't hit anyone. This design makes throwing axes very safe, and kids of all ages have come to participate in this sport. You will find ax-throwing very natural, and the rented axe is very lightweight. It is just heavy enough to throw and stick the target but not so heavy to give anyone problems with holding it or dropping it. There is an axe master on-site at all times.
Axe Kicking fun fact! The target boards are made by the local Amish community!
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Axe Kicking is open Fridays from 4:30 pm to 10 pm and Saturdays from 1:30 pm to 10 pm. Call (931) 843-9180 for more information, Email email@example.com and you MUST use the booking link below if you know you need a specific time slot for your party or visit!
Escape From Warehouse 1
The other side of the warehouse is for the escape rooms! In these escape rooms, you will try to find clues as a group to get out. Go as a family or meet up with your friends to see if you can use your smarts to see if you can intelligently find the meaning of the clue and string together the correct sequence to get out of the room! If you fail, then that's ok. You just get let out after the hour is up. If you get out within a specific time, you get your photo taken with your time on it in hopes you are the fastest group to get out!
We believe the combination of the escape room and axe throwing rooms are a great way to do something new or different as a family or with friends. The rooms change with season or they can be added to in a way that won't let you out by the same way as the last time you went in. The axe throwing stations have competition bullseyes to challenge you further and have a league where you can join a throwing team. The location here is close by to the restaurants, studios, and museums that are within walking distance so you are not far from other points of interest! Be sure to add Escape From Warehouse 1 and Axe Kicking to your itinerary!
Escape from warehouse 1 is open Fridays from 4:30 pm to 10 pm and Saturdays from 1:30 pm to 10 pm. Call (931) 843-9180 for more information, or to email firstname.lastname@example.org and you MUST use the booking link below if you know you need a specific time slot for your party or visit!
You MUST use the forms on their booking website to book your event or party for the night! This way, you can guarantee you get your time slot if the place is available!
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