Select the most convenient location for your needs
Instantly reserve your space in a few clicks
Head to the store and show your reservation
Go about your day without lugging around your things
✅Various locations throughout Liverpool
✅$10,000 Bounce Guarantee on each booking to protect your belongings
✅Vetted store locations to ensure trust and safety
✅2 minute booking process online or via mobile app, then just walk in and check your bags in
✅Thousands of 5 star reviews, hundreds of thousands of bags stored
Liverpool lies on the eastern shore of the Mersey River in England’s county of Merseyside. The city has an extensive maritime history and has served as the home port for famous ships like the RMS Titanic and the RMS Queen Mary.
The city has been a hub of country “firsts,” establishing England’s first lifeboat station, School for the Blind, and underground railway tunnels, among many other innovations. It comes as no surprise that The Beatles came from this land of progress and ingenuity.
Transportation in Liverpool is diverse. This popular tourist destination welcomes visitors from around the globe and has established a well-tuned network of buses, rail lines, and ferry routes. Most city streets are bicycle and pedestrian-friendly, and Liverpool John Lennon Airport offers easy continental and international access to the city.
Liverpool is known as the “World Capital City of Pop.” The status was granted by the Guinness Book of World Records due to the dozens of record-breaking music singles produced by resident musicians (primarily, The Beatles). Today, the city’s packed with music-themed museums, shops, and pubs.
Fun Fact: Liverpool’s Liver Building clocks are two feet larger than London’s Big Ben, making them the largest clock faces in the UK.
Liverpool attractions don’t disappoint. Musically-minded travelers will find much to learn and explore, and art lovers won’t run out of work to admire.
In true Liverpool fashion, new sights and hotspots pop up all of the time, so each visit here is sure to be unique. From world-class museums to comfy, waterfront pubs, Liverpool leaves a lasting impression. Plot out an itinerary, or show up and wander; there’s no wrong way to experience this city.
Rise and shine with breakfast at Dale Street Kitchen. Build a protein-packed plate or sip an energizing smoothie at this cozy, casual venue.
Wander along the waterfront at the Royal Albert Dock. Modern shops and eateries meld with industrial operations in this historic neighborhood.
Soak up some Beatles memorabilia while sipping a drink at the Cavern Club.
Snap a pic in front of Strawberry Field, the famous site that inspired John Lennon’s song, “Strawberry Fields Forever.”
Delve into the city’s seafaring past at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
Explore the shoreline with a hop-on, hop-off boat tour on the Mersey River.
Fuel up on traditional British cuisine with a modern spin at Wreckfish. The atmosphere is lax but luxurious, and the menu is simple but diverse.
Settle in for a seaside sunset at Crosby Beach.
Round out your evening with an invite-only visit to 81LTD. A little planning is required to get a seat at this hideaway pub; register ahead to get a spot on the bar’s exclusive guest list.
Rail (Local and regional)
Bus (Queens Square and Liverpool One bus stations)
Air (Liverpool John Lennon Airport)
Boat (Port of Liverpool ferry services)
During a Liverpool visit, don’t limit your explorations to city sights. The beautiful, art-filled city of Birkenhead lies just west of Liverpool and is packed with cultural attractions. Parks, villages, and rolling countryside dot Liverpool’s eastern boundary, offering relaxing respites from the bustle of the city.
Experience the best of Liverpool without worrying about your bags; find a Bounce luggage storage location nearby, drop your gear, and move on to your next destination.
The Beatles Story: A trip to Liverpool wouldn’t be complete with a visit to The Beatles Story exhibition. Here, guests are transported back to a time when rock and roll was blooming, and John, Paul, George, and Ringo formed their world-changing band. The exhibits are elaborate and focus on various aspects of the band’s music, members, and transformations. Instruments, apparel, and detailed recreations of performance venues and recording studios are displayed here; Beatles fans should probably set aside a full day (or two) to explore this epic collection. The on-site FAB4 Cafe serves snacks and beverages, and the museum’s gift shop offers some of the best Beatles-themed apparel and memorabilia around.
World Museum: This diverse Liverpool museum highlights life on Earth, past and present. The museum has been around since the mid-1800s and has remained in the same venue for over 150 years. Exhibits cover a range of topics, from dinosaurs and Ancient Egypt to space and just about everything in between. During a World Museum visit, you can view marine species at the aquarium and spiders in the Bug House. The museum’s World Discovery Centre displays Greek pottery, and the Space and Time exhibition features watches, moon rocks, and space-viewing tools. Museum admission is free, though visits should be booked ahead to ensure timely entry.
Sefton Park: Carve out lots of time on the itinerary for Sefton Park. This 200-acre green space is the pride of Liverpool’s park system. Wide, paved paths wind through manicured gardens, offering bikers and walkers lots of room to roam. The setting’s mostly natural, with a little bit of whimsy mixed in; vibrantly colored benches line the paths, and a bronze Peter Pan statue can be found near the park’s stunning glass Palm House. Sefton Park is one of the many family-friendly attractions in Liverpool, perfect for picnicking and relaxing. To experience one of the park’s most tranquil spots, head for Fairy Glen, a secluded site along its eastern edge.
Newsham Park and Garden: This 100-acre park was established in the mid-1800s, and some of its original structures still stand today. Just a 15-minute bus ride from Liverpool’s city center, the park is easy to access and features rolling terrain and a boating lake. During a park visit, you can feed ducks, follow paths winding through fields and mature forests, and stop for a rest near the park’s bandstand. Historical structures to check out here include the Seaman’s Orphanage and the Newsham House.
Rated 4.79/5 (4352 ratings)
This was my first time using this service and it worked seamlessly. I had no problems at all dropping my bag off at NYC Racquet Sports and it was just as easy picking it up. This location is a couple blocks from Penn Station, so it was perfect for exploring Manhattan for several hours before catching the train to Newark Airport for a late night flight. Will definitely use this service on future trips!
Really excellent service, right around the corner from A/C/E trains at Penn Station in New York. Popular and busy restaurant, too — but no one kept me waiting to drop off or pick up a bag.
This place is awesome, it’s near Macy’s and other souvenir shops, nearby food outlets too and near the Penn station in New York. This is the best place to leave your luggage for last minute shopping before you head to the airport via Penn station. Plus the Employees are very courteous and kind
The price for luggage storage in Liverpool is just £5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Liverpool which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Norton Priory, Albert Dock, Liverpool Cathedral and many other areas.
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 Liverpool.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Liverpool. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Liverpool where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Liverpool One, Alma de Cuba, and Mr. Chilli. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Liverpool are Premier Inn, Liverpool Inn, and Aloft Liverpool Hotel.
Liverpool offers several scenic parks including The Breck, Norton Priory, and Stanley Park.
You can find local tourist information at Travel Information, Runcorn Hill Visitor Centre, and Liverpool Tourist Information Centre.
If you're looking for a good museum in Liverpool, we recommend Norton Priory, The Beatles Story, and Museum of Liverpool. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Liverpool's most popular historical attractions including Heritage Site, Baltic Fleet, or Silver Jubilee Bridge and monuments like Hillsborough Memorial, Monument "In honour of all heroes of the marine engine room", or Wellington's Column. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Norton Priory, Beaumaris Castle, or Conwy Castle.