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asked questions

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

    The price for luggage storage in Bristol starts from just £5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Bristol?

    There are multiple locations all around Bristol which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Greylake Nature Reserve, Bristol Cathedral, Clifton Suspension Bridge and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Bristol?

    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 Bristol.

  • Are there storage lockers in Bristol?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Bristol. 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 Bristol.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Bristol?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Sally Lunn's, Bath Narrowboats, and Southgate Shopping Centre. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Bristol are Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, Premier Inn, and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North.

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

    Bristol offers several scenic parks including Parade Gardens, Alexandra Park, and Royal Victoria Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Bristol?

    You can find local tourist information at Cabot Tower, Stapleton Road Railway Station, and Bath Spa Station.

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

    If you're looking for a good museum in Bristol, we recommend The Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, and Royal Crescent. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Bristol's most popular historical attractions including Bath, Avebury Stone Circle, or Stonehenge and monuments like Stanton Drew Stone Circle NE, Beckford's Tower & Museum, or RAF Culmhead (Scheduled Monument). Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Tintern Abbey, Glastonbury Tor, or Temple Church.


About Bristol

Siting upon the River Avon is the historic port city of Bristol. Separated from Wales by the Severn Estuary, Bristol is an important transport hub. It links England's southern counties with major Welsh cities like Cardiff, Newport, and Swansea. With an urban population of about half a million people, Bristol is one of the largest metropolitan areas in England.

Bristol first became a recognized town in the 12th century. Over the next 400 years, Bristol grew into one of the biggest port cities in England, transporting mainly wool to other countries including Ireland, Spain, and Portugal. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Bristol was the center of trading for the British colonies with ships transporting sugar, tobacco, and cacao from West Africa. Bristol has also played a significant role in naval history.

In modern times, Bristol is a city filled with beautiful architecture, museums, maritime history, and plenty of lush urban parks to explore. It was the very first British city to earn the title of European Green Capital, and today its economy is fuelled by the technology, electronic, creative media and aerospace industries.

Fun fact: The infamous pirate Blackbeard was born in Bristol, and used to have a hideout in nearby caves. 

If you’ve come to explore Bristol for a few hours or even a few days, don’t be slowed down by dragging your bags around. Bounce has convenient luggage storage locations with flexible opening hours all over Bristol. Store your luggage and non-essential items as you discover the interesting attractions of this wonderful city.

Luggage storage in Bristol

Whether you're perusing the shops, visiting landmark attractions, or planning a walk in the countryside, you won't want to lug your bags around while exploring this marvelous destination. Our highly-rated store partners offer the best luggage storage facilities in Bristol, with several convenient locations in local businesses dotted across the city. 

Secure storage spots can be easily booked via the Bounce app, available on both Android and iOS. We even have a free cancellation policy up until the time of your booking confirmation, giving you maximum flexibility if your plans change.

The difference between our luggage storage service and storage lockers is that we let you create your booking online, which takes just a few minutes and can be done while you’re on the go. That way you can skip waiting in the lines that many luggage lockers have, helping you get out to explore the city faster.

Top things to do in Bristol

As Bristol is a major metropolitan area, you'll find tons of tasty treats, trendy shops, and unique attractions dotted across the city. After you drop off your bags at a Bounce partner’s left luggage storage facility in Bristol, head to some of these popular spots to start your adventure the right way. 

Activities and attractions near Bristol

Cabot Tower 

Cabot Tower is one of Bristol's most recognizable landmarks and is a great way to get a bird's eye view of the city. Cabot Tower stands at the center of Brandon Hill and is quite grand at over 100 feet tall. The tower was built in 1897 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot's voyage to North America. 

Visitors can climb to the top of this Gothic-style tower, which boasts stunning panoramas of the Harbourside and Bristol city center. After climbing the tower, consider taking a stroll around Brandon Hill, one of Bristol's largest parks.

Cabot Tower bag policy

While a bag policy isn’t specified, there are 108 steep and winding steps to climb to reach the top of Cabot Tower. Be sure to stow your belongings with us before making your way to Brandon Hill and the tower.

SS Great Britain 

The SS Great Britain is a prime example of Bristol's maritime history. This museum ship was designed by famous engineer Isambard Brunel in the early 19th century. The SS Great Britain was an engineering wonder and was considered the most advanced steamliner in the world at the time. It broke records and became the first iron steamboat to cross the Atlantic. Visitors are welcome to step onboard and see the inner workings of this historic vessel, and can also sign up to climb the rigging of the ship.

SS Great Britain bag policy

It’s unclear whether you can bring suitcases or other large personal items into the SS Great Britain, but bags and backpacks aren’t allowed while you climb around the vessel. There’s limited storage provided, so if you're looking for convenient and secure luggage storage options, book online with us. Then, stop by your chosen luggage storage spot, drop your things and head to the ship.

Clifton Suspension Bridge 

Another of Brunel's engineering masterpieces is the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Connecting Clifton with Bristol, the Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of the most famous of its kind in the world. Visitors can walk across the bridge, which offers stunning views of the Avon River and Gorge. 

If you fancy learning more about the bridge, you can book a hardhat tour. On this tour, you'll learn about the construction and history of the bridge. You'll also get to visit two of the secret vaulted chambers built into the bridge. After completing your crossing, head into Clifton for a stroll and a cup of tea at one of the suburb's quaint cafes.

Clifton Suspension Bridge bag policy

You'll do lots of walking while touring the Clifton Suspension Bridge and only small backpacks and cross-body bags are allowed inside the vaults. Before the tour, book left luggage facilities in one of our partner locations for a secure space to stow your stuff. Feel confident leaving your belongings and experience this intriguing look into the chambers.

Bristol Cathedral

Admire medieval architecture at Bristol Cathedral. Parts of this immense Gothic-style cathedral date back to the 12th century, like the chapter house for example. Having undergone some remodeling during the 19th century, other parts of the abbey date back to different time periods as well. Some sections of the choir are medieval, and the west towers as well as the nave are Victorian. The Bristol Cathedral is a great example of a Hall Church, meaning that the chapels, choir, and nave are all at the same height.

Bristol Cathedral bag policy

It’s not stated whether bags can be brought into the cathedral, but most events like choir rehearsals or tours of the cathedral tower don’t allow luggage bigger than standard backpacks. Since there’s no left luggage facility on site, store luggage with us. To find luggage storage nearby, search Bristol luggage storage on our app; it’ll point you toward the local shops we’ve partnered with.

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Enjoy the beautiful art on display at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. This building holds treasures other than art, including exhibits related to geology and archaeology. Fossils, skeletons, preserved animal and insect species, and a Romany caravan are just some of the cool things that you can see here. As for artwork, one of the museum’s main draws is the collection of works created by the local artist Banksy.

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery bag policy

The Bristol Museum and Art Gallery doesn’t specify whether guests can bring their luggage into the exhibits. They have luggage lockers available, but they can only accommodate small to medium-sized items. To store your suitcases, strollers, sports equipment, or any larger items book luggage storage with us. Once you find a Bounce luggage storage option that works for you, simply drop off your things and you’ll be free to explore the city for the entire day.

Bristol Aquarium

Learn what lurks in the Bristol Channel and elsewhere in the water around the world at the Bristol Aquarium. You'll find hundreds of aquatic creatures from around the world here, including octopi, sharks, rays, piranhas, tropical and Amazonian fish, and more. It’s quite an incredible experience where you can walk through glass tunnels underneath the water and is popular among families.

Bristol Aquarium bag policy

We’re not sure what’s allowed to be brought into the Bristol Aquarium, but it’s important to note that they don’t offer a luggage storage service on-site, so you won’t have anywhere to drop off the things you don’t want to carry around. For your convenience, book the nearest luggage storage to the aquarium. 

Castle Park

Take a riverside stroll through Castle Park. Perched upon the River Avon, Castle Park features acres of green space and the ruins of St Peter's Church, which was destroyed during World War II. This gorgeous public green space is a great place to go for a stroll, do some sightseeing, or just sit and enjoy the fresh air.

Shopping in Bristol

St Nicholas Market

Browse for bargains at St Nicholas Market. Dating back to the 18th century, this historic market was voted one of the best in the UK. It’s been around since 1745 and sells everything from antiques and handcrafted items to jewelry and gifts. After hunting down a deal at one of the 60 unique stalls, head to the Glass Arcade found in the same area. It’s a foodie’s paradise that boasts some of the best food kiosks in the country, including Chilli Daddy, Matina, and Taco Barra.


Broadmead is Bristol’s bustling shopping district located right by the Floating Harbour. Aside from many chain stores and thrift shops, Broadmead is also home to its own mall called Cabot Circus. Much of the area is pedestrianized so you can take your time window shopping around the stores in the surrounding streets. There are also lots of cafes and restaurants close by.

Clifton Village

Make sure you stop by Clifton Village on your shopping spree. This suburb has gorgeous Georgian townhouses lining every street, as well as plenty of local shops ranging from upscale boutique stores stocking designer fashion to indie shops offering vintage items and art. The neighborhood also has lots of parks and gardens and is an all-around pleasant spot to do some casual retail therapy. 

Top restaurants in Bristol

Souk Kitchen

If you’re craving Middle Eastern foods, come to Souk Kitchen. Their menu has some great mezze, like Aleppo chicken thighs or Cretan tomato salad. Aside from the exotic ingredients that they use, Souk Kitchen likes to cook with food from nearby eateries to make their meals. The best way to eat here is by ordering several dishes and sharing with friends, so bring a group.


Take a journey to Sri Lanka and dine at Nadu. This Bristol restaurant offers most guests their first introduction to Sri Lankan and Tamil food, serving dishes like curries, dosa or sambols. We also recommend the deep fried lamb rolls, and you have to order one of their punchy cocktails to go with it, of course. If you enjoy spirits we suggest signing up for a personalized rum tasting too, they’ll let you try some tasty varieties and will also give a small lesson on the drink’s history.

Sky Kong Kong

Sky Kong Kong is a charming little cafe serving organic Korean meals but with a bit of a twist. They serve different dishes each day so you don’t always know exactly what you’ll get, but they often offer meals like pad thai, provencal fish stew, Korean-styled sashimi, or paella. The restaurant itself is clean and cozy, the perfect place to rest up and recharge between sightseeing stops.

Transit options in Bristol

Bristol Train Station

Also known as Bristol Temple Meads Station, this is the oldest of the train stations in Bristol. This historic railway station is serviced by the Great Western Railway and offers transport to other major cities in the UK including Birmingham, London, Manchester, Cardiff, Leeds, and Scotland. Fancy a day trip from Bristol to London? Book luggage storage near Bristol Temple Meads and hop on a train. Ticket prices can be as low as £37.50.

Bristol Coach Station

Bristol’s main bus station is called Bristol Coach Station and is located a few minutes walk from the city centre. Here, you can find buses operated by the National Express. There’s also a local bus system you can use while visiting Bristol which will be a big help with making your way between tourist attractions. On average, bus tickets in Bristol cost about £2.00.

Bristol Airport

The airport is located outside of the city. Bristol Airport has 2 local bus operators that provide consistent transport to the Temple Meads Station for about £8.50 and the Bristol Bus Station for around £8.00. 

Book at luggage storage locations in Bristol 

No matter if you are here for a week or for 3 days in Bristol, this is a city just waiting to be discovered with activities and attractions to suit every type of tourist. Whether your first stop is the aquarium, the Bristol Zoo, an art museum, a public park, a shopping mall, or something else entirely, don’t let anything get in your way. Start exploring before you even check in to your hotel by storing your things at our Bristol baggage storage locations.

If you plan to travel throughout England take a look at guides for Cardiff, Cambridge, and Worcester. We offer fantastic luggage storage coverage throughout England that you can take advantage of during your travels.

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