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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Greenwich?

    The price for luggage storage near Greenwich starts from just £4.30/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Greenwich?

    There are multiple locations in the Greenwich area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near London Heathrow Airport (LHR), Watford Junction Railway Station (WFJ), and Redhill Railway Station (RDH) and all over London.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Greenwich?

    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 Greenwich.

  • Are there storage lockers near Greenwich?

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

  • What public transportation exists near Greenwich?

    Popular metro stations like Waterloo London Underground Station, Canning Town London Underground and DLR Station, or Embankment London Underground Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within London near Greenwich, you may be close to some bus stations: Stratford Bus Station, Vauxhall Bus Station, or North Greenwich bus station. If traveling by train, London Liverpool Street Railway Station (LST), London Waterloo Railway Station (WAT), and London Bridge Railway Station (LBG) are nearest to Greenwich.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Greenwich?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Greenwich are Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, Bermondsey Underground Station, and The Tower Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Greenwich are Lea Bridge Railway Station, St Christopher's Inn, and Wombat's City Hostel London.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Greenwich?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Greenwich are Leicester Square, Southbank Centre, and Ladurée.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Greenwich?

    Check out the nearby Greenwich Park, London Fields, and Jubilee Gardens.

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About Greenwich

Greenwich is just a small part of central London, but it has had an impact on history completely out of proportion with its size. Greenwich (pronounce it Gren-itch, not Green-witch, unless you want locals to laugh at you) sits on the south bank of the River Thames, and its waterfront location made it a center of British shipping for centuries.

Because it was so important to the shipping industry, Greenwich was also a place where some of the most important steps in marine navigation were developed. The Greenwich Meridian line, which runs through the Royal Observatory here, still forms the basis of international navigation to this day.

That historical importance in the fields of navigation makes Greenwich a fascinating place to visit. But there's more on offer here than just history. Greenwich is also home to some great attractions, and its proximity to central London means it's easy to reach and easy to get around.

Take advantage of our luggage storage facilities and leave the heavy bags behind. With your bags stashed near Greenwich, you can enjoy this famous borough without worrying about your things.

Do they have lockers at the O2?

The O2 Arena is one of the top attractions in Greenwich. Large bags are not allowed inside, but you'll find a place to store luggage at the entrance. However, luggage storage options here cost a hefty £10 per bag.

If you prefer more affordable luggage storage, Bounce allows you to book luggage storage online and store any size of bags with local businesses, meaning we have storage locations throughout the city, including in Greenwich.

Do UK train stations have luggage storage?

Some UK train stations provide luggage storage services, though by no means all. You can find train station lockers at most of the major London train stations, but smaller stations and Tube stations often don't offer convenient luggage storage.

Which London stations have left luggage lockers?

You can find luggage storage facilities at the major London train stations: Victoria, Euston, Paddington, King's Cross, and St Pancras International.

Where can I lock my luggage in London?

Train station lockers fill up at busy times, and they often limit the size of bags you can store. Luckily, if you're looking for the best luggage storage Greenwich has to offer or trying to store your luggage elsewhere in the city, Bounce can help. Our reliable service lets you store your luggage for a fixed price with local shops, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses. You can book online using our website or app and store your bags for anything from a few hours to days at a time. Leave the suitcases behind and drop your bags at one of our luggage storage locations hassle-free.

How to get to Greenwich

Located as it is in central London, Greenwich is not a difficult place to reach.

In fact, Greenwich has its own train station on the South Eastern Railway which connects it with many locations throughout London and beyond. Of course, Greenwich also has its share of tube stations that make it easy to get here from just about anywhere in London.

London City Airport to Greenwich

The closest airport to Greenwich is London City Airport. The Docklands Light Railway runs right from the airport terminal to East India Station, just on the other side of the river from Greenwich and the O2. From there, you can hop on the Jubilee Line to take you across the river into Greenwich. This journey will take around an hour and cost around £10, including both the tram and an Underground ticket.

Of course, a taxi is faster and can get you from the airport to Greenwich in as little as 10 minutes. However, it's also much more expensive, costing anywhere from £30 to 40.

London Bridge Station to Greenwich

Located on the south of the river, this is one of the closest major train stations to Greenwich.

You can get to the neighborhood from London Bridge by taking the Jubilee line of the London Underground. It takes about 10 minutes to go from London Bridge to North Greenwich station, which is the perfect place to get off for the O2 Arena.

Things to do near Greenwich

The O2

Undoubtedly one of the highlights of the area and something that brings thousands of visitors to Greenwich every year, this unique stadium provides one of the top things to do here.

This huge building, once named the Millennium Dome and built to commemorate the start of a new millennium in the year 2000, is one of the largest buildings in the world by volume. It's also the second-largest concert venue in the United Kingdom and the busiest concert venue in the country.

The arena seats 20,000 people, making it suitable for hosting shows by some of the biggest artists in the world. Everyone from Tom Jones to Dua Lipa to Stormzy to Snoop Dogg has played here, making it one of the top venues in the country to see international performing acts.

The O2 has also hosted a variety of sporting events, from darts to tennis to boxing to just about everything else.

But even if you're not visiting to see a show, it's worth checking out the O2 for its unique rooftop attraction. Strap yourself into a harness, and you can take a guided tour up over the massive domed roof for an incredible view of London.

How to get to The O2

This perpetually busy venue is in the heart of Greenwich, so it's easy to get to from anywhere in the neighborhood. North Greenwich Station, on the Jubilee line of the London Underground, is the closest station to the arena and is the best way to get this attraction from anywhere in London.

National Maritime Museum

The neighborhood of Greenwich is practically synonymous with Britain's rich naval history, so it would be a shame to visit and not see one of the premier shipping museums in the world.

Established in 1934, the museum tells the story of London and of British shipping in general. It's a long story since Greenwich was a landing place for the Romans when they occupied Britain, as well as the headquarters of the Royal Navy during its heyday as the protector of the global British Empire. There are over two million items here, including maps, charts, navigation equipment, paintings of famous explorers and sailors, and just about everything else related to British naval technology and history. Along with the permanent exhibits, the museum often has temporary exhibits built around a specific theme, so depending on what's on when you visit, you can learn a lot about not just Britain, but navigation and seafaring in the rest of the world, too.

And like many museums in the UK, this one is completely free to visit. That makes it a must for anyone traveling on a budget, along with serious history buffs.

How to get to the National Maritime Museum

From the bus stop on Boord Street in the heart of Greenwich, you can take bus number 188 for six stops, and get off right next to the museum.

Greenwich Park

London is packed with parks. In fact, there's so much green space in this sprawling city that it fits the technical definition of a forest.

Greenwich Park isn't quite as famous as some of the more central parks like Hyde Park and St. James's Park, but it offers much more than just a great place for picnics - although it's definitely that, too.

Greenwich Park contains the Royal Observatory where the scientific observations that allowed long-range ship navigation were first developed, so you can see the Prime Meridian here for yourself. There's also a rose garden and One Tree Hill, which offers a great view of the neighborhood. The park is also full of monuments and sculptures, and there's even an Anglo-Saxon burial ground within the park.

How to get to Greenwich Park

The park is right beside the National Maritime Museum, so once you've left your bags behind in a convenient Greenwich luggage storage, you can take bus number 188 to get here. The park itself is a stop on lots of different bus routes, so it's easy to reach from almost anywhere in the city.

Luggage storage near Greenwich

It's just one borough of London, but Greenwich has enough to do all by itself that it could be the envy of many smaller cities. And because it's so easy to reach, there's really no reason not to come here and learn more about maritime history or enjoy a show at the O2.

Bounce makes it easy to store luggage, with affordable luggage storage options throughout London, including in Greenwich. We are an excess baggage company that makes it easier than ever to leave your things behind, so take advantage of our services to make your trip to Greenwich and the rest of London easier.

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