Nearby Activities

Rush Golf Club (0.3 mi)
Rush Golf Club which was founded in 1943 is a links course with panoramic views of Lambay Island and Dublin Bay. A new Clubhouse and car park was built in 2002 that compliments the natural contours of the course. The bar and restaurant offer a friendly and comfortable setting with views of the 1st and 9th holes. Rush is one of the few clubs that has been fortunate enough to keep its old world charm and as a links it is playable all year round.

Rush Sailing Club (1 mi)
Rush Sailing Club was founded in 1954, by a group of local enthusiasts with no facilities and even less money. The original members built their own Dublin Bay Mermaids. Designed in 1933, a fleet of these beautiful clinker-built seventeen foot dinghies are still the mainstay of racing in the club, over fifty years later. Since those early days, the club has developed beyond recognition, with a fine clubhouse, yard, private slipway and fenced and serviced boat park.

The Millbank Theatre (0.6 mi)
Rush Dramatic Society was founded in 1927, having its roots in the Gaelic League. The Millbank theatre was built in 1988 and extended and refurbished in 2002. It is wholly-owned and controlled by Rush Dramatic Society and is a unique venue in Irish cultural life. Five productions are staged each year.

Local Events

Rush Drama Festival (0.6 mi)
Under the auspices of the Amateur Drama Council of Ireland, the Rush Drama Festival was founded in 2004 and is now an important part of the Millbank Theatre calendar. The fantastic line-up of top quality productions over 10 nights sees Rush come alive in the month of February.

Skerries 100 Road Race (8 mi)
Held on the first Friday and Saturday of every July in the neighbouring town of Skerries, the Skerries 100 attracts some of the best international motorcycling racers. The lap record is held by the brilliant, Michael Dunlop from Northern Ireland. This can only be beaten by world champion, Joey Dunlop, who has won the race 17 times with his last win being back in 1999.

St. Patrick’s Festival (28 mi)
Celebrate in Ireland’s national holiday, St. Patrick’s Day, and join in on the fun to be had in the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin from 14th until 17th March. It’s a week filled with everything from a free street ceilí to the best of ‘craic agus ceol’ that Dublin has to offer. The Festival ends of a high with the famous, St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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