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10,000+ locations globally
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Rated 4.9 by 483,236+ people

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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Getty Center?

    The price for luggage storage near Getty Center starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Getty Center?

    There are multiple locations in the Getty Center area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Tom Bradley International Terminal, Terminal 2, and Terminal 5 and all over Los Angeles.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Getty Center?

    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 Getty Center.

  • Are there storage lockers near Getty Center?

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

  • What public transportation exists near Getty Center?

    Popular metro stations like MTA Expo Line - 26th St/ Bergamot or Downtown Santa Monica Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Los Angeles near Getty Center, you may be close to some bus stations: City of Beverly Hills Trolley Stop, UCLA Ackerman Bus Terminal, or Big Blue Bus Stop. If traveling by train, Metro - Downtown Santa Monica Station, Palms Expo Line Station, and Expo Westwood/Rancho Park Station are nearest to Getty Center.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Getty Center?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Getty Center are Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Fairmont Miramar - Hotel & Bungalows, and Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Getty Center are Ocean Park Hotel, Hostel California, and DormShare Westwood.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Getty Center?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Getty Center are Eataly, Restaurant at the Getty Center, and In-N-Out Burger.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Getty Center?

    Check out the nearby Santa Monica State Beach, Palisades Park, and Van Nuys-Sherman Oaks War Memorial Park.


About Getty Center

The Getty Center is located on a quaint hilltop in the Santa Monica Mountains and is a 24-acre compound that is home to the Getty Conservation Institute, Getty Foundation, Getty Research Institute, and the J. Paul Getty Trust. Stroll through the J. Paul Getty Museum and view several fantastic collections including pre-20th century European art, European and Asian photography, 19th-century American art, and contemporary sculptures. Step outside the museum and wander through the Central Garden designed by Robert Irwin. 

While walking through the Central Garden, be sure to stop by the different pavilions for the complete Getty Center experience. The North Pavilion is home to medieval and Renaissance art dating up to the 1600s. Head over to the East Pavilion, where 17th-century art is displayed. The South Pavilion is home to 18th-century paintings and European decorative arts collection. Finish your tour at the West Pavilion, where you will be transported to the 1700s. Wander through the 1800s and 1900s, including the neoclassical, romantic, and symbolist eras. Once you have toured the Central Garden, make your way to the Getty Research Institute Exhibitions. View photographs, archives, rare books, and other antiquities from the collections within the Research Library. These exhibits are on the plaza level of the Getty Research Institute. Knowledgeable staff is on hand to answer questions or give directions to other parts of the Getty Center. You can spend the entire day wandering through this fantastic compound, learning about art and history. 

Fun Fact: The Getty Center sees about 1.8 million visitors each year. 

Things to do Near Getty Center

While in Los Angeles near the Getty Center, get out and explore everything from the glitz and glamour to the unique cultural experiences. Mingle with the locals as you hit the boutiques or stroll down iconic boulevards. Sign up for sightseeing or foodie tours. Bounce has a few suggestions to get you started on your adventure.

  • Sign up for the Warner Brothers Studio Tour to enjoy learning about the soundstages, city facades, and special effects used to make shows and movies fantastic
  • Spend the day at Malibu Beach taking in the rolling waves, soaking up the sun, and keeping an eye out for celebrities in the area
  • Drop by the Dresden Room for a relaxing drink and meal while being serenaded with fantastic songs from the Rat Pack era 
  • Spend an afternoon at the Third Street Promenade, an outdoor mall filled with unique shops and boutiques 
  • Explore Celebrity Centre International and find out what exactly Scientology is, enjoy a Sunday brunch on the outdoor patio after exploring this magnificent former hotel
  • Take a stroll down Robertson Boulevard, the less crowded version of Melrose Avenue
  • You have not lived until you try sushi in the Valley, so stop by Katsu-ya or Asanebo for fresh, authentic sushi

Transit Options Near Getty Center

  • Taxi
  • Metro Bus (734 on weekdays, 234 on weekends)
  • Lyft or Uber

Luggage Storage Near Getty Center

The vastness of Los Angeles seems to know no bounds, and you can easily become lost or end up walking several blocks as you take in all the sights. Because L.A. is such a bustling city, you do not want to stand out as a tourist by dragging your luggage. Who wants to be slowed down either? With canyons, scenic vistas, year-round markets, and, of course, the beaches, you've got plenty to keep you on the move.

Luggage Storage Options Near Getty Center

You will be on information overload as you wander through the neighborhoods near Getty Center. There is much to see and experience, leaving your head spinning. Decide on a few must-do attractions to start, use the Bounce app to find a location nearby, and stow your bags so you can get started on your itinerary.

Luggage Storage Near Huntington Library

A must-see when in the area, the Huntington Library is more than just musty books. Often called The Huntington by locals, it encompasses the library, art museum, and gardens. Here, you can view artwork by Thomas Gainsborough and see the Gutenberg Bible. But the crown jewel of the library is not the library itself but the 120-acre botanical garden that surrounds it. Stroll through manicured walkways and enjoy the explosion of colors and scents. Make your way through the Chinese garden, jungle, lily ponds, Japanese garden, desert, and subtropical garden. Bring your camera for amazing photos of exotic and local flora. Learn about the different types of ecosystems that have been created at the botanic gardens. Reserve a spot for the high tea ceremony and learn about the history of this custom. Then, stroll through the neighborhood and grab lunch at one of many cafes and restaurants, just a short walk from the Huntington. Don't bring your baggage with you when visiting – travel light by dropping them at a nearby Bounce location for safekeeping. 

Luggage Storage Near Runyon Canyon Park

Sometimes the busyness of Los Angeles can really grate on your nerves if you are not used to large cities. Escape the hustle and bustle and take a day and spend it at Runyon Canyon Park, a 160-acre park where you can stretch your legs, breathe clean, fresh air, and commune with nature. Located on the eastern edge of the Santa Monica Mountains, Runyon Canyon Park is the perfect place to sit under giant shade trees. Prepare a leisurely picnic or lace up your hiking boots and head out into the vastness of the park. Plan your hike and sling a backpack over your shoulder with hiking essentials and start out along the well-marked paths. If hiking is not for you, bring a blanket and spread it out under the trees for a relaxing afternoon of reading or simply soaking up nature. Come to the park without heavy bags or bulky belongings. Leave them at a nearby Bounce location so you can fully enjoy your day. 

Luggage Storage Near Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

One of the most horrific genocides in history, the Holocaust should never be forgotten. The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust gives people the opportunity to learn about this genocide from those who survived. The museum was founded in 1961 by actual survivors of the Holocaust and is the oldest museum in the United States dedicated to the Holocaust. Take a guided tour for a more in-depth understanding of the movement behind this genocide, the people that were lost, and the struggle for survival inside the concentration camps. Haunting photographs by Richard Wiesel of artifacts at the Sachsenhausen and Tavenbrück concentration camp memorials are displayed. The life story of Laureate Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient is also memorialized. Young Jewish students preparing for their Bat mitzvah are encouraged to take part in the Acts of Memory project as a way to honor a Jewish child that died in the Holocaust. This reverent museum does not allow large bags inside, so stop by a Bounce location before going here.  

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