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10,000+ locations globally
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Rated 4.9 by 451,618+ people

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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Rowes Wharf?

    The price for luggage storage near Rowes Wharf starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Rowes Wharf?

    There are multiple locations in the Rowes Wharf area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near jetBlue Airways, Terminal E, and Satellite Concourse A and all over Boston.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Rowes Wharf?

    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 Rowes Wharf.

  • Are there storage lockers near Rowes Wharf?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Rowes Wharf area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Rowes Wharf and in the broader Boston area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Rowes Wharf?

    Popular metro stations like Porter Square MBTA Station, MBTA Andrew Station, or Copley Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Boston near Rowes Wharf, you may be close to some bus stations: South Station Bus Terminal, Logan Express, or MBTA Cabot Bus Garage. If traveling by train, MBTA North Station, Oak Grove Station, and MBTA Sullivan Square Station are nearest to Rowes Wharf.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Rowes Wharf?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Rowes Wharf are Boston Park Plaza, Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport, and The Westin Boston Waterfront. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Rowes Wharf are Hostelling International Boston, YMCA of Greater Boston, and Farrington Inn Boarding House.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Rowes Wharf?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Rowes Wharf are McDonald's, Mike's Donuts, and Burger King.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Rowes Wharf?

    Check out the nearby Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, and Franklin Park.

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About Rowes Wharf

The historic city of Boston draws tourists from all over the world. Rowes Wharf sees many of these tourists as they meander down the pier enjoying the fresh sea air, the quaint shops, and fantastic eateries. This landmark in the Boston Harbor area sits in the area that was once the South Battery neighborhood. The South Battery neighborhood, as many may know, was home to some of the first settlers in the 17th century. The community thrived until its citizens began moving farther inland, and, eventually, the area needed revitalization. 

John Rowe, a property developer and merchant, established the first part of Rowes Wharf, which was mainly an industrial district. Today, this thriving district is still home to industrial businesses, but restaurants, shops, and attractions have pushed their way in to create an atmosphere of thriving capitalism. Locals and tourists flock to Rowes Wharf for fresh seafood, aromatic wines and coffees, and unique boutiques. Tours of all kinds are available for people to fully experience all the site has to offer. While here, don’t be held back from experiencing things by heavy baggage, find a Bounce location, and secure your bags short-term. 

Things to do in Rowes Wharf

When visiting Boston, don't miss this iconic neighborhood. Rowes Wharf is something that must be experienced to truly understand the atmosphere here. Packed with one-of-a-kind shops, great restaurants, and fantastic attractions, Rowes Wharf is the perfect place to explore when in Boston. 

Breathe in the fresh sea air and listen to the hum of locals and tourists milling around together. It can be a bit daunting to try and figure out what to do while on Rowes Wharf, Bounce has a few ideas to get you started. 

  • Eat at a seaside diner and watch the constant wave of activity as people move from place to place
  • Here is your chance to have a true high tea, so take an afternoon and find a tea room or restaurant that offers this delectable tradition
  • Take a stroll along the harbor and then do some window shopping, admiring the wares provided by shops and even bakeries
  • Sign up for an “Off the Eaten Path” tour where you will eat your way through some of Boston’s most historic restaurants 
  • Not known for being wine savvy, Boston still knows how to pick the best wines, so sign up for a wine tour 
  • Proclaiming Boston style pizza as the best pizza ever will get you several cheers in Boston but just as many jeers anywhere else; try the Boston Pizza Tour and decide for yourself if it is truly the best
  • Visit Brewer’s Alley at Rowes Wharf and marvel at this unique beer garden that features different breweries each week
  • Drop into the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum filled with live reenactments, old artifacts, and hands-on exhibits plus a tearoom that serves high tea 

Transit Options in Rowes Wharf

  • Bus 93, 501, 556, SL4
  • Subway: Red Line, Blue Line
  • Train: Greenbush Line, Fitchburg Line, Framingham/Worcester Line

Luggage Storage near Rowes Wharf

Rowes Wharf is a trendy place no matter what time of day, and that leads to a lot of people vying for prime spots along the sidewalks. Being weighed down with big bulky luggage will put you at a disadvantage and make you not so popular as you push your way through the crowds. It will also make you a prime target for pickpockets. 

Don’t be caught toting your luggage through the streets of Boston, especially at Rowes Wharf. Find a Bounce location and store your bags short-term while you have a look around. Bounce is the ideal luggage storage solution while visiting Rowes Wharf. 

Luggage Storage Options near Rowes Wharf

  • Rowes Wharf Sea Grille: This is truly harbor-side dining at its very best. Ask for a table on the outdoor terrace and enjoy the lively music as it plays during the summer months. Fresh seafood transformed into innovative dishes and paired perfectly with enticing cocktails makes this the place to go. Leave your bags with Bounce for a worry-free evening of wining and dining. 
  • High Tea At Rowes Wharf: The Rowes Wharf Sea Grille is transformed each afternoon for high tea service. Enjoy delectable pastries and finger sandwiches and flavorful teas while looking out over Boston Harbor. Don’t drag your bulky baggage along for tea; let it rest with Bounce for safe-keeping.
  • The Marina at Rowes Wharf: You do not have to be a boating enthusiast to see the magnificence of this marina. Luxury yachts come here to dock. Walk through the marina and marvel at the elegance of the yachts, each one seemingly more luxurious than the next. Stow your baggage at a Bounce location to keep them from becoming water-logged at the marina. 
  • Fanueil Hall Marketplace: This shopping center is a must-see when in the Boston area. In downtown Boston, Fanueil Hall Marketplace has shops, restaurants, offices, and a promenade where you can stroll in the fresh sea air. Have the freedom to shop and dine without dragging along heavy or bulky bags. Leave your bags at a Bounce location to keep them safe.
  • Freedom Trail: Take a stroll through downtown Boston on what is known as the Freedom Trail, which takes you back through history and showcases 16 different historic sites. You will not want to make the two-and-a-half mile journey while lugging your bags with you. There is a Bounce location nearby to keep your bags safe. 
  • Duck Tours: How would you like to sit inside a duck and take a tour of the city? Okay, so it is not a real duck but an amphibious vehicle that can drive on land or swim through the harbor. At the same time, a tour guide narrates the history of many Boston landmarks. Space is limited on the duck, so let Bounce hold onto your bags. 
  • New England Aquarium: Come to the IMAX Theater before heading into the main aquarium. You can even check out the New England Aquarium Whale Watch in hopes of seeing one of these majestic creatures out at sea. While in the aquarium interact with marine life and be amazed by their movements within their different habitats. Large bags are not allowed inside the aquarium, so let Bounce watch your baggage while you explore Boston. 
  • Boston Public Gardens: Nature lovers will flock to the gardens and thoroughly enjoy the beauty of these meticulously maintained gardens. There are over 80 different plant species here for you to enjoy. Bring your camera but leave your bags at a nearby Bounce location. 
  • USS Constitution Museum: This museum sits at the end of the Freedom Trail and is next to the USS Constitution ship, which is now retired from the navy. Learn more about the ship’s history and the general history of the navy. Bulky bags will be a nuisance when visiting this museum, so let Bounce take care of your bags for you. 

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