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History converges in Atlanta, Georgia. It’s a place with ties to the development of the railroad in the South. It also played a pivotal role in the American Civil War, due to the establishment of the railroad lines that stretched through the city and the surrounding areas.
Much later in the city’s history, it became the host for the first-ever showing of Gone With the Wind, starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh. Even later still, the city became an important hub for the Civil Rights Movement and the work of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Nowadays, it’s home to the news giant CNN, The World of Coca-Cola, UPS and the Home Depot. The Savannah College of Art and Design, one of the nation’s premier schools for art instruction, has a campus in Atlanta, as do many arts organizations, including the High Museum of Art, sports teams, like the Atlanta Braves and entertainment offerings.
With so many cool activities and sights to see, it’s no wonder that Bounce offers so many possibilities for luggage storage in Atlanta. We partner with numerous local businesses, like restaurants, hotels and coffee shops, in order to provide you and yours with some of the best options for bag storage in Atlanta. Don’t start sightseeing without us!
Luggage Storage Near Atlanta Airport (ATL)
Luggage Storage Near Mercedes Benz Stadium
Luggage Storage Near Fox Theatre
Luggage Storage Near Downtown Atlanta
Luggage Storage Near Atlanta Bus Station
Luggage Storage Near Arts Center Transit Station
Luggage Storage Near King Center
Luggage storage in Atlanta costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage.
The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Atlanta. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Atlanta as never been easier.
Atlanta, Georgia, is quickly becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination in the Southern US. The myriad of shows, films, songs, and books based on the “ATL” no doubt contribute to the city’s renown. Filmmaker and creator of the Madea franchise Tyler Perry also recently built a 300-acre film studio in Atlanta - slated to allow public tours later in 2020. Last, but certainly not least, Atlanta’s music scene is an integral part of the city. Whether you’re an aspiring artist or major music fan, you’ll want to visit the South’s “Mecca of Music” ASAP!
Atlanta’s culture and scenery are indeed one of a kind. However, the ATL is subject to higher than average criminal activity, just like any other major metropolitan area. Atlanta ranks 2nd out of 100 on the National Crime Index. To put things into perspective, 100 represents the safest cities in America, while 1 represents cities that report frequent criminal activity. Out of a population size of nearly 500,000 Atlantans, 1 in 125 citizens typically describes violent crimes each year. Data regarding property-related crime is much more alarming - 1 in 20 Atlantans have their possessions vandalized or stolen annually. Bounce’s luggage storage service is a great way to protect your property while you visit the “Big Peach.” Conversely, local law enforcement, as well as solid judgment, will keep you safe from violent crimes.
“What’s the best way to get around Atlanta?”
MARTA, the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transport Authority, is one of the best ways to get around the city. Buses and trains will quickly help you zip from one end of town to another. Atlanta is ranked as one of America’s bike-friendliest cities and has been for several years.
“Is public transportation in Atlanta safe?”
Absolutely! Thousands of Atlantans use MARTA every day when they need to get to work, school, or any destination out of walking distance. Security guards and police officers also monitor MARTA’s train stations. However, you’ll need to stay alert when waiting for your bus to arrive - not paranoid or overly hostile, but just more attentive to your surroundings.
“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Atlanta?”
Cedar Grove Village is one of Atlanta’s most quaint, quiet, and safe neighborhoods. This unincorporated community is removed from the rest of the city and has a very rural, outdoorsy feel. Lodgings around here also tend to be cheaper than the other neighborhoods in the ATL.
“What are the best museums to visit in Atlanta?”
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the World of Coca Cola, the Center For Puppetry Arts, and the Delta Flight Museum reflect just how unique a city Atlanta is. The Trap Music Museum is one of the ATL’s newer exhibits. It’s a must-see for music heads.
“What’s the best time of year to visit Atlanta?”
Visit Atlanta anytime from March to May for a quieter, less expensive experience. Conversely, head to the ATL during the summer to get in on the city’s music festivals.
The Atlanta Airport (ATL) lies just south of the city’s downtown area and is a major transportation hub for US and international travelers alike. As a major international airport, this airport sees nearly a million flights a year. It spans nearly 5,000 acres and offers over 150 domestic flights and 40 international flights. ATL counts as one of the world’s busiest airports and is a hub for Delta Air Lines, as well as a focus city for Spirit, Frontier and Southwest Airlines.
Due to its close proximity to Atlanta and its status as a hub for Delta, this airport has a great deal to offer the traveler in terms of restaurants, transportation offerings (to and from the airport) and access to the ATL Sky Train. For those who have long layovers, or those who are staying in Atlanta for some time, there is a rental car station and access to the city’s rapid transit system, called MARTA.
If you’re in Atlanta and have some time to spare between flights, you can check your bags at one of Bounce’s bag storage partners in and near the Atlanta Airport. Luggage storage in Atlanta, like most other things, begins at ATL. Free up your hands and your energy levels by checking your bag with one of our partner businesses near the airport.
The architects who created this stunning multi-use stadium drew inspiration from the Roman engineering, in particular, the Pantheon. However, despite its ancient ties, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium belongs solidly in the 21st century, with its pinwheel-shaped roof that opens to let the Georgia sun in. The stadium is a place where Atlanta Falcons fans can get their football fix. It has additionally played host to some pretty impressive concerts. Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Jay-Z have held concerts in this stadium.
However, it’s not just what’s happening inside the stadium that makes this such a landmark location in Atlanta; it’s the stuff that goes on nearby, too. Foodies can take a short six-minute trek to catch up with the Unexpected Atlanta Walking Tours. The College Football Hall of Fame is just 11 minutes from the stadium, and the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse lies less than two minutes away.
To take full advantage of all that’s going on around the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, think about checking your bags with one of Bounce’s city partners. These businesses offer you plenty of options for luggage storage in Atlanta, including near the Mercedes Benz Stadium.
The Fox Theatre stands at the center of the Fox Theatre Historic District. This Deco-Era building opened in 1929, and it counts as one of Atlanta’s premier examples of vintage architecture. This movie-palace-turned-theater combines the design sensibilities of Egyptian and Islamic architectures with an interior a seating capacity of nearly 5,000 seats. Its design was meant to mimic an Arabian courtyard, complete with a night sky made of crystal stars.
Today, the theater hosts a variety of live acts, including interesting dance performances, Broadway musicals and comedy acts. Before the show, visitors to the area can grab a bite to eat at a local pub or take a wine tour. Many of Atlanta’s food tours are also around the corner from this famous Atlanta theater. All in all, the Fox Theatre counts as both a central location for friends and family to meet up before embarking on a day of adventures in Atlanta and as an end destination after a busy day of sightseeing.
If you’ve purchased tickets to a show at the Fox Theatre, be sure to look into luggage storage in Atlanta near the Fox Theatre. Bounce partner businesses offer bag storage in Atlanta at various drop points around the city, including near this historic city landmark.
Downtown Atlanta not only counts as an important business, arts and cultural hub in the South, it’s also one of the most important in the country. That being the case, it’s an excellent and logical place for you to begin your Atlanta sightseeing adventures. Start your day at the Ponce City Market, a cool city market that’s housed in one of downtown’s old department stores. Naturally, foodies will love all the delicious gourmet offerings, which includes plenty of fresh produce. Other culinary offerings include everything from hot dogs to Japanese fare. This is one of the coolest places to get sushi in the city.
And best of all, you don’t even have to leave the building to experience even more downtown adventures. The upstairs portion of the city market is home to a beer garden and cocktail bars. After you’ve finished at the beer garden, go blow off some steam at the mini-golf course, play in the market’s amusement park or just take in the beauty of the city. Truly, the upper floors of the Ponce City Market provide tourists with some of the most incredible views of Atlanta.
Once you’ve had your fill of food and fun, head on over to the CNN studios for a tour. Or if you prefer, take a tour of the World of Coca-Cola, a museum dedicated to one of America’s favorite drinks. Later in the day, have dinner and a mystery at Agatha’s Mystery Dinner Theater, or take a trip through history at the Center for Civil and Human Rights.
If you don’t want your heavy bags to slow down your tour of Downtown Atlanta, check out the Bounce app to see where there are bag storage options near these and other Downtown Atlanta landmarks. Our offerings for luggage storage in Atlanta includes plenty of drop points near the city market, the World of Coca-Cola and other downtown hot spots for your convenience.
Greyhound runs through Atlanta, providing service to not only other cities in Georgia but also to the surrounding states and beyond. Travelers enjoy the amenities provided by the bus service here, including onboard power outlets, free WiFi and extra legroom for extra comfort.
Bus travelers with some time to spare can take a walk over to the Atlanta Movie Tours, Inc. where they can learn more about some of the films that have shot in the city, including superhero movies, like “Captain America: Civil War,” “Black Panther” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp.” Fans of “The Walking Dead” would enjoy the zombie tour, and of course, it wouldn’t be Atlanta without a “Gone With the Wind” tour. The Georgia Aquarium, The Children’s Museum of Atlanta and SkyView Atlanta aren’t far from the bus terminal, either.
There are so many cool things to do when you’re near the Atlanta bus station. You don’t want to be weighed down by your bags. That’s why Bounce’s partners near the bus terminal offer so many options for luggage storage in Atlanta. Because Atlanta is one of the busiest places in the country, we try to provide you with as many options for bag storage in Atlanta as we can, including near the bus terminal.
The Arts Center Station, or MARTA, is one of the MARTA system’s busiest stations. This city fixture has four levels and offers bus bays, train options, and even a ZipCar station. It opened in Dec. of ’82 and is now not only a major transportation hub in the city but also an excellent jumping-off point for many city adventures.
Nearby, art buffs can visit the High Museum of Art, the Museum of Design Atlanta and the Atlanta campus of SCAD. The Center for Puppetry Arts, the Alliance Theater and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are also nearby MARTA neighbors. Finally, this area has plenty of shops, restaurants, and other attractions to help weary travelers recover from their travels.
If you’re going to be near the Arts Center Transit Station, then look into the Bounce’s partner offerings for luggage storage in Atlanta. Coffee shops, restaurants, dry cleaners, and other convenient area businesses partner with Bounce to provide you with some of the more convenient options for bag storage in Atlanta.
It’s difficult to imagine Atlanta without the influence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The King Center is a library and archive and the world’s largest repository of materials on Dr. King. Coretta Scott King established the center in ’68 to provide Atlanta and the world with a living memorial of Dr. King and his work. Once inside the center, visitors can view exhibits dedicated to Dr. King, his work and his life, check out the library and archives and visit the gift shop. The King Center welcomes more than 650,000 visitors each year.
Nearby, you can grab lunch at the Cafe Circa, the Edgewood Pizzeria or Cafe 458 before heading over to the King Center. If you’d like to tour this important Atlanta landmark without your bags, be sure to check out your Bounce app to find a place to store your belongings. There are plenty of options for luggage storage in Atlanta near the King Center. Dropping your bags before you tour the King Center allows you to take your time as you make your way through this important memorial.
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The price for luggage storage in Atlanta is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Atlanta which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Monastery of the Holy Spirit, World of Coca-Cola, SkyView Atlanta and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Atlanta.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Atlanta. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Atlanta where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are The Vortex Bar & Grill, Shakespeare Tavern, and Mary Mac's Tea Room. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Atlanta are Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Canopy by Hilton Atlanta Midtown, and Fairfield Inn.
Atlanta offers several scenic parks including Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, East Palisades, and Chatahoochee River NRA - West Palisades.
You can find local tourist information at Cobb Chamber of Commerce, Decatur Visitor Center, and EP 23.
If you're looking for a good museum in Atlanta, we recommend World of Coca-Cola, The Georgia State Capitol, and Center for Civil and Human Rights. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Atlanta's most popular historical attractions including Riverview Carousel or Ruff's Mill and Concord Covered Bridge and monuments like 1996 Summer Olympic Tourch, Quilt of Dreams, or John Wesley Dobbs. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Old Mill Ruins, Ruins, or Cemetery.