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Rated 4.9 by 487,855+ people

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    Check in by showing your confirmation to a store employee and drop off your bags.

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    Do whatever you’d like, then show your confirmation to pick up your stuff.

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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Boise?

    The price for luggage storage in Boise starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Boise?

    There are multiple locations all around Boise which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Parnell Beach, Stack Rock, Horseshoe Bend Diversion Dam and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Boise?

    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 Boise.

  • Are there storage lockers in Boise?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Boise. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Boise.

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Store Your Luggage Around Boise With Bounce

Boise is by far one of the most attractive cities in Idaho if not in the entire United States. Known as the City of Trees, Boise has as many public green spaces as it does architecturally interesting buildings. With a plethora of historical sites, numerous museums and galleries, a Downtown full of stores and unique boutiques, plus enough restaurants to give you somewhere different to eat every day for a year, Boise is a city you'll want to visit time and time again.

Boise is in no way shape or form a small city, so not one you can even consider moving around while carrying your bags. For ease of movement on Boise's public transport system and to be able to enter all of the places you want to go without encountering any problems, leave your luggage at a Bounce luggage storage facility where they'll be safe. While they're stowed in a Bounce luggage locker in Boise your bags will be kept under lock and key from the moment you drop them off to the moment you're ready to collect them. Believe it, baggage storage doesn't get any easier than it is with Bounce.

Luggage Storage In Boise

The main aim of Bounce and Bounce partners is to provide an economical and viable solution to baggage storage in Boise, all over the United States and around the world. Bounce luggage lockers are situated in the most convenient locations possible such as airports, train and bus stations, and city centers. You'll never have far to go to find one close to where you are and along with catering for all sizes of bags, that's one of the main reasons using a Bounce luggage locker really is a practical way of storing your bags.

Boise City Guide

Top Things To Do

You would need to spend a month or more in Boise to be able to fit in all the great things there are to do in this Idaho city. To whittle it down a bit, some of the best museums, shopping spots, and eateries – but by no means all – are detailed below for you.

Museums

Boise has an amazing selection of very interesting museums that will keep even those with an eclectic historic taste fascinated for hours. Think a spooky state penitentiary, a reputedly haunted period house complete with all its antique furnishings and fittings, and a show house full of cranky old cars is naming just three you won't want to skip visiting when you're in Boise.

  • The Brown House: Visiting the Brown House in Boise is like stepping back in time. Built from locally quarried stone in the late 1870s, this museum was once the home of a pioneering couple with grand ideas. All of the rooms in the house are furnished as they would have been during the 19th century including the kitchen where there are frequent period-related cookery classes. If you're there at the right time, you'll also get a chance to churn some butter the old-fashioned way or try your hand at quilting.
  • Yanke Motor Museum: No fan of antique cars will want to miss visiting the Yanke Motor Museum while they're in Boise. There's no other museum like it in the state of Idaho so make the most of your chance to see what they have on display which ranges from old farm machinery to classic car models. It's a private collection so call the proprietor in advance to book a viewing.
  • Old Idaho Penitentiary: The Old Idaho Penitentiary is a two-hundred-year-old prison building in Boise which has housed some notorious criminals. Inside you can explore the cells, the solitary confinement area, and the gallows, as well as the exercise yard. The museum also houses a collection of antique weaponry and hosts ghost tours in the evenings.

Shopping

If you're a conservative shopper who likes everything to be in a logical order and a store to be neat and tidy, then you'll enjoy going on a buying spree in Boise. Big malls, a square lined with well-kept stores, and even a pop culture outlet where you can find something a little bit more out of the norm all coexist in the shop is paradise.

  • Re-Pop Gifts: Stop by Re-Pop Gifts and you'll enter into a store that’s colorful and crammed with so many unusual items that browsing the shelves here could be classed more as entertainment than shopping. You'll find any type of gift imaginable from greetings cards to fandom-related items, all made by in-house craftspeople and artists. Re-Pop really does make shopping fun.
  • Main Marketplace: The Main Marketplace is a huge two-story complex in Downtown Boise. It's a popular place for meeting up with friends as well as for shopping so always teeming with people. Mixed in with the big-name stores are plenty of eateries and coffee shops so when you're worn out from walking around you can sit down to recover over coffee and a meal then start all over again.
  • Idaho Made: You can support local artists and artisans by doing your shopping in Idaho Made. This extensive boutique-style store carries all sorts of goods produced locally and by hand. There are works on display from sixty different contributors which vary from pottery to jewelry to clothes, paintings, and sculptures, and the great thing is, they're all mostly one of a kind.

Dining

Getting something good to eat in Boise is not a problem. The hard part about eating out in Boise is deciding where to go. There are so many excellent restaurants in the city and they serve an incredible choice of worldwide cuisines that will leave you wanting for nothing.

  • Bittercreek Alehouse: When you want to chow down on some familiar food try the Bittercreek Alehouse. It's an all-American eatery where they pair local beer with the food they serve. Superbly decorated and furnished, this alehouse is a place to sit back and relax while you enjoy the atmosphere, the music, and a plate of barbecue wings or a juicy burger.
  • Bacquet's French Restaurant: When you want to dine out somewhere with a certain oh la la, head to Bacquet's French Restaurant. Decorated in a style that replicates a typical French restaurant, they serve exquisite seafood dishes, traditional French food elevated to haute cuisine level, and some sumptuously decadent desserts you'll have trouble saying no to.
  • Alyonka Russian Cuisine: It pays to be adventurous when you're eating out in Boise and if you've never had Russian food then now is the time to try it. You can do that by getting a table at Alyonka's Russian Cuisine which, as the name suggests, serves Russian food. On the menu at Alyonka are traditional dishes like shuba, blini, okroshka – a cold cucumber soup- and beetroot borscht.

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