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asked questions

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

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Cardiff?

    There are multiple locations all around Cardiff which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Ogmore Beach, Brean Beach, Portbury Docks and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Cardiff?

    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 Cardiff.

  • Are there storage lockers in Cardiff?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Heavenly Desserts, Cardiff Gate services, and Slim Chickens. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Cardiff are The St. David's Hotel & Spa, Hayes Apartments Cardiff Central, and Landmark Place.

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

    Cardiff offers several scenic parks including Bute Park, Sophia Gardens, and Roath Park.

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

    You can find local tourist information at Tourist Information, Old Library, Cardiff Sightseeing Bus Tour, and Cardiff Bay Information Centre.


About Cardiff

The coastal city of Cardiff lies on the northern banks of the Atlantic Ocean’s Bristol Channel, in Wales’ southeastern region. Cardiff serves as the country’s capital and is a hub for industry, commerce, and tourism.

The Cardiff region shows evidence of habitation dating back over 8,000 years, though most of the city’s historic sites were established (relatively) more recently between the 1st and 17th centuries. There are castles, palaces, and other centuries-old landmarks throughout the city, and Cardiff’s world-class museums highlight the region’s past.

Cardiff’s shopping and entertainment options are abundant, with extensive retail districts, performance venues, and sprawling outdoor spaces. Lodging in Cardiff is easy to find, too, and many of the city’s downtown streets are designed to accommodate pedestrians.  

Cardiff is a top European travel destination with capital city status and a portside location. The Cardiff Airport is the primary hub for air travel in all of Wales. It services international, continental, and regional flights. Rail and water taxis are standard modes of transportation in Cardiff, and city buses and rail routes run throughout the city and surrounding areas.

You may be in Cardiff for a rugby game at Millennium Stadium or perhaps it’s the science centre Techniquest you want to see. Either way, carrying heavy belongings around needn’t be part of your day. Download the Bounce app, search luggage storage Cardiff, and leave your bags behind.

Luggage storage in Cardiff

Cardiff lies in the South Wales region where countryside views are sweeping, and water views are plentiful. Venture beyond Cardiff’s city limits and you can expect rugged roads, nature parks, and charming rural towns.

Whether you plan to plant yourself in the city’s center or hope to explore the broader South Wales region, travel bag (and worry) free. Find Bounce luggage storage in Cardiff to store your extra bags in a secure spot while you enjoy the area. 

We have many convenient locations for Cardiff luggage storage near the city’s top tourist attractions and transport hubs. We’ve partnered with local businesses to provide left luggage facilities where you need them most. 

Top things to do in Cardiff

In Cardiff, it’s all about castles, coastal culture, and commerce. This capital city by the sea is brimming with entertainment potential. As a top UK tourist destination, Cardiff caters to globe trotters and residents alike with massive shopping arcades, eateries serving up a broad range of cuisines, and loads of attractions.

There’s something for everyone in Cardiff; whether you’re here for business or leisure, you’ll have options. From Dyffryn Gardens to Cardiff Bay Barrage, there’s much to do here.

Activities and attractions in Cardiff

Cardiff Castle

A top attraction in Cardiff, this castle features an elaborate floor plan, intricate architectural details, and Roman-built ruins dating back to the 1st century. A moat surrounds the property and visitors can cross a stone bridge to access the grounds. 

Castle maps and audio guides are offered on-site, and guided tours can be booked at the ticket office. Sights not to miss include the Roman Chariot Corner mural, the Wartime Shelter tunnels, and the 35-foot-tall Trebuchet replica.   

Cardiff Castle bag policy

If you’re following along on a tour or are attending one of the events held at the castle, you’ll be asked to store your bags before you enter. Head to one of our luggage storage locations near the castle. Download the Bounce app to create a booking online in advance, drop off your belongings and start your castle tour right away.

St. Fagans National Museum of History

This popular Wales museum features a diverse collection of artifacts, photographs, and documents highlighting the region’s history. The museum focuses on joining past times with the present and offers some pretty unique, sometimes interactive exhibits. 

During a visit to St. Fagans, you can witness skilled artisans performing traditional blacksmithing and shoemaking. Native farm animals roam portions of the museum’s property, and 18th-century farming techniques are fully displayed. Water features and a gorgeous Italian garden surround the museum and the property’s historic structures, and visitors are welcome to wander the grounds. 

St. Fagans National Museum of History bag policy

It’s not specified if your suitcase or backpack can come with you on your visit to the museum, but they do ask that ball games, scooters, bicycles and other large items be left behind. To make your trip easier simply store bags, suitcases and strollers with us for a few hours while you explore the property.

National Museum Cardiff

To learn about dinosaurs, fossils, and an array of fine art, the National Museum Cardiff is the place to be. Visit this multifaceted museum to discover native plants and oceanic creatures, view ancient fossils, and observe some of the best artwork in Wales. Stop for an up-close encounter with a basking shark replica, see a world-record-setting leatherback turtle, and then slip into the on-site National Museum of Art to check out works by Rembrandt, Poussin, Van Gogh, and Cezanne. 

Back on the science side, the museum’s Clore Discovery Centre features interactive, kid-friendly exhibits, and is open to visitors on weekends. Don’t worry about breaking up your visit when lunchtime rolls around; the museum has an on-site restaurant and a coffee shop to keep you going. 

National Museum Cardiff bag policy

This Cardiff museum has locker facilities, but if you have a full day of exploring ahead of you consider one of our luggage storage options. Unlike storage lockers, we can accommodate large bags and will watch over your things as long as you need. Have any questions about our luggage storage service? Contact our customer support team.

Bute Park

This 130-acre green space is one of Cardiff’s best parks, and it’s the place to be when Cardiff weather cooperates. The park is within walking distance of Cardiff Castle, on the eastern banks of the River Taff, so it’s easy to swing by when you’re out seeing the city sights.

As you head to the park for Wales-style relaxation, keep an eye out for Bute Park’s landmarks, including the stoic Gorsedd Stone Circle and the tree-lined path in Cooper’s Field. Nature viewing is top-notch along the park’s Feeder Canal Trail and the Blackweir Arboretum area.

Cardiff Bay Barrage

Start the day with a seaside walk along the Cardiff Bay Barrage. Begin at the Mermaid Quay Mall and, after a 30-minute stroll along the oceanfront path, you’ll arrive at the Penarth Marina. Don’t want to make it a round-trip trek? Catch a water taxi ride back to Mermaid Quay.


Get hands-on with the science and space-themed exhibits at Techniquest. This interactive, family-friendly museum has everything you could need for a few hours of educational fun with the kids. Make sure to check out the planetarium, science theatre, and hands-on exhibits.

Techniquest bag policy

We’re unsure about the bag policy, but taking advantage of our baggage storage is your most convenient option. Create a booking confirmation with one of our partners in the local hotels or local shops to take advantage of our luggage storage facilities. If your plans change, we offer free cancellation as long as you let us know before the time of your booking.

We’ve partnered with highly-rated store partners to create luggage storage facilities near top attractions in Cardiff. Unlike luggage lockers, you won’t encounter long lines or lack of space, allowing you to museum hop all day if you’d like.

Shopping in Cardiff

Riverside Farmers Market

Roam the Riverside Farmers Market and you’ll find a broad selection of local produce and artisan goods. The market was established in 1988 and now sells local meat, baked treats, and handicrafts. It’s a nice place to shop for food or souvenirs.

St David’s Dewi Sant

This mall brands itself as the best shopping center in Cardiff and is also the third busiest retail complex in all of the UK. An extension was built in 2009 and now the mall offers more than 150 stores, restaurants and cafes.

Royal Arcade

First opening way back in 1858, the Royal Arcade is no doubt the oldest arcade in Cardiff. Aside from shopping, travelers can come here to experience the culture of the mall. It has high glass ceilings and charming architecture. We recommend stopping by even if you don’t plan on buying anything.

Often, shopping means an armful of bags and the desire to keep browsing the stores. Look for our left luggage facilities on the Bounce app to store shopping purchases, backpacks and luggage safely so you can continue on with your day.

Top restaurants in Cardiff

The Heathcock

There’s always something new and delicious to taste at The Heathcock. They have a new menu daily and plates that are great for sharing, so be sure to bring a few friends along with you. They like to use seasonal ingredients in their meals and have a champagne and oyster bar.

Chai Street

Dine on excellent Indian fare at Chai Street. Menu offerings range from small plates and rolls to various curry bowl selections. The restaurant has a casual, informal dining setting and also offers grab-and-go lunch boxes, perfect for the busy tourist who’s looking to eat on the move.


Cornerhouse serves traditional pub fare like pies and burgers, although the restaurant is much more than a pub. The food is gourmet and each dish will be served to you plated to perfection, making it a nice place for a romantic date.

Store your luggage with us before you stop to dine. Without non-essentials, heavy bags or luggage, you can spend an evening on the town after you eat.

Transit Options in Cardiff 

Bus (Cardiff Bus network)

Most tourists and locals use the buses to get around Cardiff, and they’re reliable and convenient. The price of a bus ticket is £1.70 inside the city centre, and £2.20 in other parts of the city.

Air (Cardiff Airport)

The airport in Cardiff is the only one in Wales with commercial passenger services and is most likely where you’ll be arriving and leaving the city.

Rail (Valley Lines, Valleys & Cardiff Local Routes)

There are over 20 train stations in and around Cardiff, providing a fast and easy way to get from one section of the city to the next. The trains from Cardiff Central Station can bring you around the city centre, and the train station at Cardiff Queen Street can be used to reach the suburbs. You can also reach other major cities in the UK from the railway station. Thinking of taking a day trip to London? You can get there in about 3 hours and tickets cost around £55.00.

Water taxi (Aquabus)

Use a water taxi to reach specific places off the coast of Cardiff. One runs from Central Cardiff to Cardiff Bay, and tickets are only around £7.00.

Bicycle (Traff Trail)

There’s an excellent e-bike rental and sharing program available in Cardiff so you can easily explore the city on two wheels. There are several subscription plans available, but you can also pay as you ride. It costs £1.00 for every 20 minutes of use.

Store luggage while you sightsee in Cardiff

Cardiff is home to many of Wales's heritage attractions as well as natural landscapes and modern buildings. With so much to do in Cardiff, you won’t want to carry your bags around the entire time. For convenience, leave your suitcases with us instead. 

As you explore more of Europe, Bounce has convenient luggage storage in cities such as Plymouth, Newquay, and York. Check out our guides to learn more. For more information on Cardiff, see our Visitor Guide.

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