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Bad Axe Throwing, Atlanta

4.9
Located along English St NW, our Atlanta venue accommodates groups of up to 70+ people.

Our indoor axe throwing events are hosted by professionally trained coaches that teach you how to throw an axe, conduct tournament for your group while also playing fun games. Our patrons are encouraged to bring their own food & drinks at no extra charge.

Our location hosts axe throwing leagues and is perfect destination to host your birthday party, bachelor/bachelorette party, corporate event or a fun time out with friends.

Please visit our website for hours of operation, booking details & walk-in schedule:

https://badaxethrowing.com/locations/axe-throwing-atlanta/

Please feel free to call us at: 1-888-435-0001
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  • We had the best time this passed weekend celebrating mine and a friends birthday! We reserved for a birthday party and had the best set up where we could host a group and bring in outside drinks and s...  more »
  • Something to relieve stress and even anger, yet one must keep there cool. Advance appt is necessary, but no experience is need. Same day slots are available as well as attire to purchase. Bring your c...  more »
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  • I had a lot of fun here. The instructors are great and really help you to perfect that axe throw. They also know how to keep things exciting with various games and challenges. Definitely a lot of fun. I knocked one star for safety reasons. I think they need to be a lot more strict on safety, especially for the safety of instructors. An instructor was down range picking up an axe when someone decided that was the right moment to throw at a target just a few feet from the instructor. Neither the instructor or the thrower should have been put in a position to allow that to happen. I think maybe some sort of red light/green light system would be a good thing to have. If the light is red, don't throw. If it's green, have at it. Right now you have to rely on a potentially drunk person to analyze the situation and think "Hey, I probably shouldn't be throwing this axe right now". I wouldn't bet my life on that. But all in all, I recommend. Lotta fun and relieves stress like you wouldn't believe.
  • We had such a great time here. I was invited with a big group and everyone had ample time to practice before playing an actual game. The instructor was knowledgeable and explained how to throw well... everyone started doing much better after his explanation and practicing a few times. Its a fun place for parties and bonding! BYOB.

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