In the heart of Ballyfermot, Dublin, a unique and thrilling experience awaits those seeking an unconventional way to unwind and release pent-up stress. Ireland’s first and only rage room, aptly named “The Rage Room,” offers a controlled environment for individuals to let loose, smash, and destroy items, providing an outlet for frustration and a unique form of entertainment. Opening its doors on December 6, The Rage Room has quickly become a go-to destination for those looking to unleash their anger in a fun and therapeutic way.
What is The Rage Room?
The Rage Room is a destruction services provider, commonly known as a “Rage Room” or “Smash Room.” People visit The Rage Room to have a blast (literally) and relieve stress in a safe and controlled environment. Whether you’ve had a challenging week at work, are celebrating a special occasion, or looking for a unique date idea, The Rage Room is certainly an experience you won’t forget in a hurry.
Location and Opening Hours
Situated in Unit 5e Kylemore Park North, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10, The Rage Room provides easy access for locals and visitors alike. The facility is open on Wednesday to Friday from 5 pm to 10 pm, Saturdays from 11 am to 9 pm, and Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm. These flexible hours ensure that people can find a suitable time to indulge in the therapeutic activity offered by The Rage Room.
Equipped with protective gear and armed with sledgehammers, participants have the opportunity to engage in therapeutic property damage. The range of items available for destruction includes glass items, microwaves, washing machines, printers, keyboards, and more. The controlled environment ensures the safety of participants while allowing them to let out their stress and frustrations in a unique and memorable way.
travel2irelands Paul Micheau had the opportunity to speak with owner of The Rage Room Lukas Baltrusis, Lukas told Paul that he “saw a gap in the market and wanted to provide people in Ireland with an alternative activity that doesn’t involve drinking alcohol.” Reflecting on his motivation, Lukas expressed that he wanted to offer more exciting options for weekends in Dublin. The success of The Rage Room has been evident, with positive feedback and a growing demand from individuals seeking a novel way to de-stress and have fun.
The cost for a 20-minute session at The Rage Room is €35 per person, with sessions available for one to three individuals aged 18 and above. It’s important for participants to wear closed-toe shoes for safety during the sessions. If this sounds like something you may enjoy you can book tickets here.