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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Leicester Train Station?

    The price for luggage storage near Leicester Train Station starts from just £5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Leicester Train Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Leicester Train Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Shakerstone Station, East Midlands Airport (EMA), and Rugby railway station and all over Leicester.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Leicester Train Station?

    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 Leicester Train Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Leicester Train Station?

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

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Leicester Train Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Leicester Train Station are Premier Inn Leicester Fosse Park hotel, Winstanley House, and Holiday Inn Leicester, an IHG Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Leicester Train Station are Ymca, Heathfield House, and Action Homeless.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Leicester Train Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Leicester Train Station are Countesthorpe Fish Bar, Martin Bros. Micropizzeria, and Oh My Cod.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Leicester Train Station?

    Check out the nearby Bradgate Park & Swithland Wood Country Park, Braunstone Park, and Victoria Park.


About Leicester Train Station

Leicester Train Station is a surprisingly impressive structure in the heart of this East Midlands city. Currently administered by East Midlands Railway, the station has been known in the past as Leicester Campbell Street and Leicester London Road.

The first station in the city opened all the way back in 1840. However, in 1894, a new station was built, and this is the station that serves as the main train station of the city today.

Leicester was one of the very first cities to be served by passenger rail, and it remains a popular way to come and go in the city to this day. Whether you're in town to watch Leicester City football club in the King Power Stadium or have come to Leicester on business, Leicester station remains an important gateway to the city.

Can train stations hold luggage?

Some British train stations offer luggage storage facilities, particularly the large train stations in London. However, if you're looking for convenient luggage storage, Leicester Station can't help you. Fortunately, you can take advantage of Bounce luggage storage and find a secure location for left luggage close to the station itself.

Is there a drop-off point at Leicester Train Station?

There is nowhere to drop off your luggage at Leicester station. Instead, you'll need to take advantage of a luggage storage service like Bounce that can store luggage of any size for a few hours or for days at a time.

What time does the Leicester Train Station ticket office open?

The ticket offices at Leicester Train Station are open from 5:20 a.m. to 10:30 pm. Monday to Friday. They keep the same hours on Saturday, but on Sunday morning, they don't open until 7:15 am.

What rail line is Leicester on?

Leicester Train Station is on the Midlands Main Line, which runs from London St Pancras to Nottingham and Sheffield.

Things to do near Leicester Train Station

Leicester Museum and Art Gallery

Probably the closest attraction to the train station itself, Leicester Museum and Art Gallery is the cultural heart of the city and a great place to explore when you visit. Just a five-minute walk down Nelson Street will bring you from the station to the museum, and you can learn all about the rich history of Leicester and the surrounding area here, as well as enjoy art by local artists.

This was actually one of England's first public museums, opening its doors in 1849. Among other treasures, it has a spectacular dinosaur gallery that contains the remains of George, a cetiosaurus that is one of the most complete sauropod skeletons in the world. The museum also contains a fossil of international importance, the Charnia fossil, which proved that life on earth began far earlier than scientists once thought.

Along with that ancient history, there is an Egyptian gallery that holds four authentic Egyptian mummies. There are galleries displaying the history of Leicester, including a gallery that explains the search for the body of Richard III. There is even an exhibit on beloved animated film characters Wallace and Gromit.

In short, this museum has a little bit of something for everyone. And given that it's free to visit, there's really no reason not to stop by and see what it has to offer.

Leicester Museum and Art Gallery bag policy

There is a limited number of storage lockers at the main entrance of the museum. You'll need a £1 coin to use the lockers, and can only store small bags. For large items, take advantage of Bounce luggage storage near the museum. We allow booking online and can store any size of bags for as long as you need, from a few hours to an entire day or even longer.

Leicester Market

Sometimes, you want to get a sense of what a city is like for locals. And when that's the case, there are few better places to visit the local market.

Leicester market has been in operation for the last 800 years and has occupied its current location close to the center of the city for 700 years. It holds the distinction of being the largest outdoor covered market in Europe, so it's a place you can go in any kind of weather. Open from Monday to Saturday, the market offers almost 300 stalls, with everything from meat and produce to prepared foods, souvenirs, and household items.

It's a great place to shop for souvenirs. And thanks to its food hall, it's also one of the best places to eat in Leicester. Enjoy local produce from the people who make it at one of the city's most notable places.

Haymarket Shopping Center

For another glimpse of local life, this shopping center is a key part of Leicester's retail experience. Opened in 1973, this is one of the oldest North American-style shopping malls in England. It offers more than 60 shops covering everything from fashion to housewares to gifts, and the food court offers a variety of quick meals to keep you fueled up.

King III Visitor Center

King Richard III is one of England's most famous kings and was the last English king to die in battle. His death marked the end of his dynasty and the rise of the Tudor family, and he was portrayed as a villain by people hoping to gain the favor of the British aristocracy after his death, including Shakespeare.

For centuries, his last resting place was unknown, but in 2012, archaeologists discovered his skeleton under a parking lot in Leicester.

This Visitor Center explains the story of this famous king, including his life and death and the circumstances around his final discovery and eventual royal burial centuries after his death. It's the perfect place to learn more about one of the most fascinating characters in English history.

Airport travel from Leicester Train Station

East Midlands Airport to Leicester Train Station

East Midlands Airport is the closest major airport to Leicester Train Station, and this airport offers low-cost flights across the UK and mainland Europe. The quickest way to get from the airport to the station is by taking a bus from the airport to Lemyngton Street, then another bus to Loughborough train station, followed by a train to Leicester. Depending on the timing of the transfers, this whole journey can take around an hour, but the cost is very variable, so it can be anything from £11 to £50 or more.

If you want to make things simpler, there's a bus that goes directly from the airport to Leicester Coach Station. From there, it's around a 15-minute walk to the train station. The journey will only take around an hour and 10 minutes and costs £5 for an adult, so it's probably a better option than the train/bus combo.

Getting around Leicester from Leicester Train Station

Leicester Cathedral

This impressive cathedral has been the spiritual heart of the city for a thousand years, although most of the architecture you will see here is more recent. Although the church was extensively altered from the 13th to the 15th centuries, much of the Gothic architecture you'll see now is a result of Victorian reconstruction. Still, this serene and beautiful building is a great place to get a sense of the long history of the city. It's also now the final resting place of King Richard III, who finally received the honor of royal burial in 2015, 530 years after he was killed in battle.

You can reach the Cathedral from the train station by taking bus route 22A, which leaves from Prebend Street just outside the train station. The journey takes about 10 minutes, so it's an easy way to see one of the most important historical sites in the city.

Jewry Wall and Roman Baths

Although you won't hear much Latin being spoken in Leicester today, it's true that this was once an outpost of the Roman Empire. And you can see what remains of Roman Leicester at the Jewry Wall and Roman Baths.

The wall was built in the second century by Roman soldiers to protect the city from native tribes. Why it's called the Jewry Wall is lost to history, but it and the attached Roman baths are a great place to learn more about Leicester's earliest history. The walls offer an interactive experience that will take you back in time to Roman Leicester and learn more about what this period of British history was like.

You can reach the wall from Leicester Train Station in around 15 minutes by taking the Hospital Hopper bus. This leaves right outside the train station and will bring you directly to the wall on its way to the city hospital. It costs £2.40 for an adult single ticket, or £3.60 for a day pass.

Luggage storage near Leicester Train Station

Leicester isn't a small town by any means, but compared to big cities like London, it is relatively compact. It's easy to walk around the city and see most of the top attractions, but it's even easier if you take advantage of our left luggage facilities and travel light. Our luggage storage facilities are everywhere, including Leicester, so book convenient luggage storage today and start exploring.

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