Luggage Storage Baltimore

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Where can I store my luggage in Baltimore

Where can I store my luggage in Baltimore?

Since its founding in the 1700s, Baltimore, Maryland, has always been a thriving port town. Its 72 historic districts have earned it the nickname “City of Neighborhoods.”

Today, it’s still home to an amazing harbor and so much more. It’s filled with galleries and museums, where some of the best art in the world is housed. Baltimore also attracts people who want to sample its famous crab cakes. Craft beer fans love Baltimore, too: The making of beer has been a tradition here since the 19th century. In fact, the food is so good in Baltimore that Zagat, an online food and drink site, rated Baltimore second on its list of great food cities.

When your travels bring you to Baltimore, look to Bounce to provide you with options for luggage storage in Baltimore. Our city partners are businesses, like coffee shops, local hotels and shops. These businesses will store your bags for you for less than six bucks a day. You’ll find them on your Bounce app.

  • Luggage Storage Near Baltimore International Airport

  • Luggage Storage Near Camden Yards

  • Luggage Storage Near Downtown M&T Bank Stadium

How much does luggage storage cost in Baltimore?

Luggage storage in Baltimore costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage. 

Where is the nearest bag storage in Baltimore?

The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Baltimore. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Baltimore as never been easier. 

Safety 

Baltimore, Maryland, was founded way back in 1729, more than 100 years before America gained its independence. “Charm City” is known for its historical significance, its amazing seafood, and its key industries. Way back when, Baltimore’s steel mills were some of the busiest in the East Coast. However, Charm City is now more famous for its cutting-edge hospitals, prestigious universities and colleges, and world-renowned sports teams. After all, Charm City is the home of the legendary Baltimore Ravens Football team.

Baltimore is a fantastic city with plenty to see, and plenty more to do. Before you visit, however, we’d like to inform you about the city’s crime stats. Baltimore holds a score of 2 out of 100 on the National Crime Index. According to the Index, Baltimore is only safer than 2% of American cities. This is likely due to Baltimore’s large population size; out of 602,495 Baltimoreans, about 1 in 54 citizens experience violent crime each year while 1 in 22 experience property related crimes. In total, the citizens of Baltimore experience about 38,783 crimes each year. 27,605 of those reports are property-related crimes. In general, you aren’t likely to encounter violent crime during your trip to Baltimore. However, you should use Bounce to protect your property.

Frequently Asked Questions

“What’s the best way to get around Baltimore?”

  • Cars are your best bet for traveling around Baltimore. Charm City’s public transportation system is affordable, but you may find that buses and trains are too crowded for comfort. 

“Is public transportation in Baltimore safe?”

  • Baltimore’s public transit system is generally safe. However, you’ll have to stay as alert in this city as you would in any other. Periodically check your surroundings while waiting for buses and trains. Treat your fellow commuters with respect, but also give them distance. For the most part, good etiquette and common sense will keep you safe.

“What’s the best neighborhood to stay near Baltimore?”

  • Towson is one of the best places to stay in Baltimore. This census-designated area reports very little criminal activity each year. It’s also very accomodating to visitors thanks to nearby well-reviewed hotels and amenities.

“What are the best museums to visit in Baltimore?”

  • The Baltimore Museum of Art, American Visionary Art Museum, and the Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum exhibits are some of the city’s most famous attractions. The Baltimore Museum of Industry and Historic Ships in Baltimore exhibits are also great representations of the city’s past.

“What’s the best time of year to visit Baltimore?”

  • America’s Coastal cities tend to receive more visitors than average each year. If you’re planning on visiting Baltimore, try to book your flight earlier in the year. Summer festivities start in July, so it wouldn’t be a bad idea to visit early that month.

Luggage Storage Near Baltimore International Airport

Serving the Baltimore-Washington DC Metro area, the Baltimore/ Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), has been called the “Best Airport of Its Size” by the Airports Council International. At least 20 million passengers fly through this airport each year on their way to cities, like Atlanta, Orlando and Los Angeles. BWI is one of Southwest Airlines’ focus cities, though other major airlines, like Air Canada, American Eagle, Spirit and United fly into BWI as well.

If you’d like to relax for a while once you land at BWI, look for luggage storage in Baltimore. Log onto your Bounce app to find a partner nearby.

Luggage Storage Near Camden Yards

Home to Baltimore Orioles games, concerts and even a papal mass, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is the city’s retro major league park. Seating almost 50,000 people, this stadium’s design has influenced other retro-style ballparks, like the Globe Life Park, Comerica Park, and Busch Stadium. TripAdvisor users officially recognized the coolness of this ballpark by naming it the No. 3 ballpark in America.

A visit to Camden Yards is for catching fly balls not for dragging your luggage around. Bag storage in Baltimore rids you of this problem, fortunately. Just log onto your Bounce app to find one of our city partners.

Luggage Storage Near M&T Stadium

Right next to Camden Yards is M&T Bank Stadium, the city’s multi-use football stadium. National Football League team, the Baltimore Ravens, calls this stadium home. Sometimes referred to by fans as Ravens Stadium, the stadium also hosts high school and college football games, soccer and concerts.

It’s important to be free to move about the stadium, whether you’re here for a Ravens game or a Kid Rock concert. Consider getting bag storage in Baltimore near the stadium before your event starts.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Where is the best places to stay and eat while in Baltimore?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Jimmy's Famous Seafood, Hard Rock Cafe, and Fogo de Chão. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Baltimore are The Gallery at Harborplace, Staybridge Suites, and Brookshire Suites Inner Harbor, BW Premier Collection. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in Baltimore are Hostelling International.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Baltimore?

    Baltimore offers several scenic parks including Cylburn Arboretum, Washington Monument, and Federal Hill Park.

  • What public transportation exists within Baltimore?

    When flying to Baltimore, you're likely to pass through Pier 7 Helipad or Model Airplane Field. You're likely to pass through Greyhound Bus Terminal if arriving by bus and Train Stop if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like State Center/Cultural Center, Shot Tower/Market Place, or Lexington Market can be used for transit within Baltimore

  • What are the best museums and historical attractions in Baltimore?

    If you're looking for a good museum in Baltimore, we recommend American Visionary Art Museum, USS Constellation, and Edgar Allen Poe House. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Baltimore's most popular historical attractions including Stoneleigh Shopping Center, USS Torsk, or Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse and monuments like Washington Monument, Battle Monument, or Union Soldiers and Sailors Monument. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Ruins, Bridge Abutment, or West Arlington Water Tower.

  • Where can I store my luggage in Baltimore?

    We've partnered with local Baltimore businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.