Rage Rooms in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Feel like you might explode with anger or frustration? Get those feelings out of your system at these Metro Detroit rage rooms.

Life is stressful, the world can be a terrible place and sometimes you just need to get all of your anger, frustration or grief out of your system to keep moving forward.

That’s where these rage rooms in Metro Detroit rage rooms come in handy.

The concept is simple: Reserve your spot in the room, pick up a bat or other weapon that’s set up in the room and spend the next hour destroying cars, computers and other old junk inside the room.

The point is to get all of your pent-up emotions out in a safe and guilt-free way that you don’t have to clean up afterwards.

Find a rage room in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor and see if it works for you.

Destruction Depot

Choose from TVs, computer towers, dishes and glassware, bottles and more to destroy. You get 45 minutes in the room or until you break everything, whichever comes first.

Escape Room Zone

Spend 20 minutes in a room that features 25 breakable items. Be sure to create a playlist to break to before you arrive. It offers escape rooms and axe throwing, too.


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