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Break It, If You Can


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What to Expect

It isn't acceptable for someone to take a baseball bat to their work computer. Participants at Break It, however, can do what would otherwise earn them wide-eyed looks and shocked faces. In big white rooms, donning safety gear and carrying heavy tools, they smash computer screens to tiny black shards, dent microwaves into unusable lumps, and smash pumpkins to an unrecognizable pulp.

The Facts

  • Break It offers 5-minute, 10-minute, 15-minute, and 60-minute sessions of non-stop destruction of a set number of items.

  • Some breakable items include cell phones, mirrors, dinnerware, clocks, microwaves, computers, televisions and printers.

  • Visitors can purchase add-ons, including color chalk to make items explode in a colorful cloud of dust and HD video recordings that can include slow-motion capture.

  • Break It provides Bluetooth headphones and WiFi so visitors can listen to their own music while smashing.

The Rules

  • Two people allowed per room for a shorter session and eight people for a 60-minute session.

  • Closed-toed shoes required.

  • No outside breakable items permitted.

  • Guests must use safety gear provided.



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Fredicksburg, VA

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