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Victoria Station in the city of Victoria, Westminster in London’s west end, is two stations in one. If you don’t know much about the history here, the station introduces you to the serious competition between railways during the 19th Century. The competing stations included the London Chatham Dover Railway and London Brighton South Coast Railway. They decided to team up and work together within the Victoria Station Pimlico Railway Station. The Southern Railway integrated the stations in 1923 to open up the walls and archways for more accessibility.
Victoria Station has changed quite a bit since then with additions to create better seating, shopping, dining, and other interesting alterations. It has been revamped and enlarged several times over the years with more shopping and other amenities for passengers like updated restrooms and water fountains. Wi-Fi is offered free throughout the station, although some areas have spotty service. Victoria Station is now the second busiest terminal in London, with over 80 million passengers annually. Connecting the station to the airport to give passengers access to the London Eye and Buckingham Palace has increased tourism as well.
Fun Fact: Although others say the station is named after Queen Victoria, it is actually named after Victoria Street.
Having to wait hours for your train can be boring, but it doesn’t have to be. You can get up and explore, have a bite to eat, or do some shopping. The station boasts over four dozen shops, including 28 eateries, 20 retail stores, and seven service kiosks. If you are feeling lucky, place your bets at the betting shops or just walk around the station to see all the interesting art and architecture that went into the rebuilding and renovating. Here are some must-see suggestions from Bounce.
Take a ride on the Emirates Air Line. This cable car takes you over the city and the River Thames almost 300 feet in the air so you can see for miles and miles in every direction.
Grab a brew at the Sports Bar and Grill with large screen TVs and a casual atmosphere. You can find it near the entrance to the London Underground.
If you like sushi, check out Wasabi near the ticket office by the Grosvenor Gardens exit. They have all types, such as gunkan, futomaki, hosomaki, nigiri, and more. You can even order online, and it will be ready when you get there.
See if you can find a gift or souvenir for that special someone at WHSmith. This large shop sells all sorts of things, from toys to lottery tickets and is located by the Wilton Road exit.
For something really special and personal head over to Patisserie Valerie Lovingly Handmade Cakes. Special cakes can be made to order right there in the store near platforms three and four. Or just buy one for yourself and eat it there.
Are you craving a Whopper or a Big Mac? Well, Victoria Station has you covered. McDonalds is located alongside platform two.
For chocolate lovers, the Hotel Chocolat has a variety of different chocolate bars and other goodies for you or gifts for that special someone.
London Underground (The Tube)
Victoria Station is located in the City of Victoria in Westminster Borough, London, England. It is actually in the center of London, making it the optimal home base for your visit to anywhere in the area. Whether you want to see Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, or the Cathedral, be sure to find the nearest Bounce luggage storage location to leave your bags. The locations are convenient, safe, and friendly businesses in the city. Your luggage is insured for up to $5,000, so you can feel comfortable leaving them while you explore.
Big Bus London: To see all the best attractions in the city without having to go from taxi to taxi, take a bus tour on Big Bus London. They call these hop-on, hop-off tours because you can get off at any of the attractions whenever you want and hop back on later at the same stop or a different one along the line. They offer a variety of tours, including a Harry Potter Tour, Rock Tour, and a Thames Boat Tour. Take your pick, but leave your luggage with Bounce because you cannot drag it around the bus.
Buckingham Palace: You cannot come to London without visiting Buckingham Palace located across from Hyde Park on Grosvenor Place. Depending on the time of day you are in town, you can get a tour of the staterooms, see where they do the Changing of the Guard ceremony, or check out the Royal Mews. The Royal Mews has all the historic carriages on display, including the Diamond Jubilee State Coach and the Gold State Coach.
St. James Park: If you need a little fresh air and nature, drop off those bags at Bounce and go to St. James Park right across from Buckingham Palace. They have a huge lake where pelicans have been living for 400 years, given to the park by the Russian Ambassador in 1664. You can also see the Blue Bridge, Admiralty Arch, Duck Island, and Horse Guards Parade. If you get hungry, they have refreshment stands by the Artillery Memorial, Horse Shoe Bend, the playground, and the Marlborough Gate. Two cafés serve all sorts of delicious food.
Westminster Abbey: The building itself has seen kings, queens, soldiers, heroes, villains, and many more ever since 960 AD. It has been the coronation church since the year 1066, and more than 3,000 Britons are laid to rest on the property. Located at 20 Dean’s Yard, this ancient and historic place has beautiful intricate details in all of the fixtures and furniture. Get some pics of the Pyx Chamber, Royal tombs, and the Cloisters.
The London Eye: Situated across from the Houses of Parliament on the South Bank of the River Thames, this giant wheel is more than just a ride, it is a 30-minute tour about 440 feet in the air. The glass pods are huge and can seat up to 25 people comfortably.
Science Museum: The Science Museum on Exhibition Road is a great place to spend an hour or two. It is not all about science, though. It has all sorts of interesting artifacts and displays, like a collection of commodes, washing machines, and other household items. You can also check out cipher and codebreaking in the Top Secret exhibit and see how good you are at problem solving at the Engineer Your Future exhibit. Or, learn about the world at the Atmosphere exhibit.
Big Ben: We have all heard of Big Ben and have seen it in movies, but you have to see it up close before leaving London. At the northern end of the Houses of Parliament, this giant clock tower was built in 1859. Although the clock has been silent since 2017 for repairs, it will soon be ringing again. Big Ben stands 315 feet tall, has 334 steps from the ground to the belfry, and the clock dial is 23 feet in diameter. Download the Bounce app to find the closest Bounce location so they can watch your luggage while you explore.
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The price for luggage storage near Victoria Station is just £5/bag for the entire day.
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Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Victoria Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Victoria Station and in the broader London area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Victoria Station are Savoy Hotel, Hub by Premier Inn London Westminster Abbey, and Hub Premier Inn. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Victoria Station are Astor Victoria Hostel and St Louise Hostel.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Victoria Station are Hard Rock Cafe, Burger & Lobster, and Cask.
Check out the nearby Hyde Park, St. James's Park, and Leicester Square.
While nearby, you can check out British Museum, Pollock's Toy Museum, and Benjamin Franklin House.