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On the eastern edge of Massachusetts along the waters of Boston Harbor, you will find the state capital, which is home to about 700,000 people. As the birthplace of the American Revolution, the many historic landmarks in Boston make it a popular place to visit as well. Some of these include the Old State House, Boston National Historic Park, and the Freedom Trail, to name a few. But Boston is about more than just history. Sports are a major pastime in the city, and the fans of Boston take their sports teams seriously. The Boston Red Sox baseball team, Celtics basketball team, New England Patriots football team, and the Bruins hockey team keep the fans busy year-round.
Less than a mile from the heart of downtown Boston is the Boston North Station, which was the country’s first subway. Started back in 1897, the North Station was opened as the Tremont Street Subway and ran from Haymarket Square to the Boston Public Garden. Today, you can take it all over the city, and the subway services almost 500,000 passengers per year. The subway station has plenty to keep you busy between trains like eating at one of their nine eateries, shopping at one of the kiosks or shops, and just doing some people-watching.
Located in the north of Boston, North Station serves as one of the major transportation hubs for the Boston metropolitan area, offering service with both the Amtrak and the MBTA Commuter Rail. With over 17,000 daily boardings and located directly below TD Garden, the station is likely to be busy during the day. Passengers can also board a water taxi at the nearby Lovejoy Wharf, just a short walk away. The North Station is also directly below TD Garden—the largest arena in New England, home to the Boston Bruins and the Boston Celtics, so be sure to catch a game while you’re in town!
Fun Fact: The majority of North Station and TD Garden visitors are over 35 years old.
MBTA T: Orange, Green C and E Lines
MBTA Bus: 4
MBTA Commuter Rail: Fitchburg Line, Haverhill Line, Lowell Line, Newburyport/Rockport Line
If you have a long wait between trains, head out and explore the town. You can see the gardens, visit one of the parks, or check out a museum. Walk along the Charles River or enjoy the view from a waterside bench or picnic table nearby. Bounce has some recommendations for the most popular places to visit while you are there:
Stay at the station and get something to eat. There are nine places to choose from, including a pizza place and two Dunkin’ Donuts shops.
Find some souvenirs or gifts for the folks back home in one of the shops or kiosks in the station.
Catch up on emails and other messages. The Wi-Fi is spotty, but if you find a good place, stay in it and answer some of those messages you have been meaning to get to.
Take a walk along the paths in the Boston Common Park on Tremont Street, where you can see the Frog Pond and memorials to the troops of the American Revolution.
You may as well walk over to the Boston Public Garden since it is right next door. They have a lagoon, boat rides, fountains, and yes, gardens. It was the first public garden in the country back in 1837.
Visit the Old State House on Washington and State Streets. It was built in 1713 and is a great place for some selfies.
Nearby, you can check out the Old South Meeting House on Washington and Milk Street. It was built in 1729 and is where the people met before the Boston Tea Party.
Go see some skeletons at the Warren Anatomical Museum where you can see the skull of Phineas Gage at the Harvard Library of Medicine.
Despite being a major train station and being located directly below TD Garden, neither the station nor the arena offer any luggage storage. But with all the pro games and concerts happening above the station, you shouldn’t have to worry about your bags. Bounce offers reliable and convenient storage around North Station so you can ditch your bags and go cheer on the Bruins or the Celtics instead.
Boston Athenæum: Are you a book fan? Still reading books the old-fashioned way rather than on an eReader or phone? Drop off your bags at one of the Bounce partners and head to the Boston Athenæum on Beacon Street. It is one of the oldest libraries in the country, established in 1807. They have over 100,000 rare books and an art collection too.
Paul Revere House: Check out the Paul Revere House on North Square, which was built in 1680. This was actually the home where Paul Revere lived during the American Revolution. What a great place for a selfie. Leave your luggage at a Bounce affiliate first, though. Your bags don’t need to be in the picture.
Franklin Park Zoo: For animal lovers, this 72-acre wildlife habitat on Franklin Park Road is home to over a hundred different species from the African lion to the zebra and a bunch of others in between. However, you will need to leave your valuables with Bounce before going because they don’t allow large bags inside.
Boston Tea Party: On the Fort Point Channel, you can see two full-scale ships from the Boston Tea Party; the Beaver and the Eleanor. This is a fun place to learn why so many people chose to dump tea in the Boston Harbor back in 1773. Be sure to stop at one of the Bounce partners in the city to drop off your luggage first.
Cheers Beacon Hill: If you have never heard of the show, Cheers, just Google it. This bar on Beacon Street is the building they used for the show that ran for 11 seasons from 1982 to 1993. They only used the front of it, but it is still pretty awesome to have a beer at Cheers. Let Bounce guard your bags while you are enjoying the ambiance and the beer.
Museum of Science: Do you like science? Take your valuables to a Bounce spot while you explore the Museum of Science in Science Park. Located along the Charles River, this place is amazing with an indoor zoo, planetarium, and Mugar Omni Theater.
Copley Place: You are not going to want to drag those bags with you into this upscale indoor shopping palace. Let one of our Bounce affiliates take care of them for you while you enjoy some retail therapy. They offer a bunch of stores, including Saks 5th Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Christian Dior, Burberry, Gucci, and many more.
New England Aquarium: On the Central Wharf right on the water, this aquarium is host to over 1.3 million guests every year. See a Japanese sea nettle, lionfish, and electric eels as well as harbor seals, penguins, and turtles. Of course, you will need to leave your luggage with Bounce while you explore the 75,000 square-foot aquatic showplace.
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The price for luggage storage near North Station is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
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 near North Station.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the North Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby North Station and in the broader Boston area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near North Station are Churchill at Boston View, Hotel, and Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near North Station are Friend Street Hostel.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near North Station are Union Oyster House, Hard Rock Cafe, and Pizzeria Regina.
Check out the nearby Monument Square, Minute Man National Historical Park, and Pilot House Park.
While nearby, you can check out Paul Revere House, Bunker Hill Monument, and Boston Tea Party - Ships and Museum.