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Netherworld’s new Stone Mountian campus has turned out to be much more than a relocation for the Halloween attraction.
The company, known for its haunted houses, on Saturday, August 3 will open a new laser tag attraction and a fourth escape room.
Post-apocalyptic Laser Adventure Battle Arena will feature “advanced laser tag battle rifles” and an outdoor arena complete with mazes, forts, and other “interactive elements.”
Each game can hold up to 24 participants, and the attraction, unlike the seasonal haunted house, will be open year-round.
Netherworld last year relocated to its current 9.5-acre Stone Mountain complex after operating in Norcross for more than two decades.
“Our plan has always been to own a bigger venue and create an ever-growing entertainment complex for our guests,” Ben Armstrong, Netherworld’s co-founder, Thursday said in a press release.
“Now that we’ve been in our space for a year, we have been able to expand our year-round activities and offer even more options.”
The battle arena will be open every Saturday night and available for special advanced bookings for events seven days a week.
When “haunt season” begins, the hours will shift to be the same as those of the haunted houses, and there will be a shorter 15-minute version of the laser tag attraction, which will be first-come, first-served.
August 3 also marks the official opening of a brand-new escape room at Escape the Netherworld.
The new experience, titled Tiki Island: Attack of The Shark God! will be the fourth escape room at the venue and joins the trio of existing rooms: Sasquatch: Bigfoot’s Revenge, Nosferatu: Van Helsing’s Secret, and Haunted: Curse of The Night Hag.
The escape rooms are open Fridays 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Saturdays 3:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Sundays 3:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.