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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Manchester?

    The price for luggage storage in Manchester starts from just £5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Manchester?

    There are multiple locations all around Manchester which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Tatton Park, Lyme Park, Yarrow Valley Country Park and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Manchester?

    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 Manchester.

  • Are there storage lockers in Manchester?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Manchester. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Manchester.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Manchester?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Michaels Coffee House, San Carlo Gran Cafe, and YO! Sushi. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Manchester are Novotel, CitySuites Aparthotel, and Premier Inn Manchester City Centre - Portland Street.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Manchester?

    Manchester offers several scenic parks including Alexandra Park, Cringle Park, and Platt Fields Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Manchester?

    You can find local tourist information at Escape Room Manchester, Visit Manchester, and Manchester Cathedral Visitor Centre.


About Manchester 

Manchester is a major city and one of the largest metro areas in the UK. With its intriguing history, diverse culture, and stunning architecture, visiting Manchester is the ideal way to experience northern England. 

A small market town until the mid-18th century, Manchester became a city at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution. Within 100 years, Manchester's population had grown from a few thousand to over 300,000 inhabitants. 

Currently, Manchester has a metropolitan population of nearly 2,800,000 people. It's a significant transport hub in the north of England, with train lines connecting to Liverpool, Nottingham, London, and more. Manchester has consistently been voted one of the best cities to live in the UK. 

Explore the local neighborhoods. Doing so is especially good if you're looking for free things to do in Manchester because there's so much to see. Stroll around the City Center of the Northern Quarter, or head over to Salford Quays. Of course, if you're wondering where to stay in Manchester, these areas have great hotel options too!

Whether you want to explore fine arts at the Manchester Art Gallery, learn about history old and new at Manchester Museum, or prefer to wander around the gorgeous parks and gardens from Queen Victoria's reign, your itinerary is sure to be packed. To fully experience Manchester, don’t let luggage and heavy backpacks slow you down. Download the Bounce luggage storage app to find a place to stow your bags no matter where you are. 

Luggage storage Manchester

Whether you're a Mancunian looking to stash your belongings before heading to the gym or on holiday and don't feel like toting your heavy suitcase around town, consider booking a spot at one of our Manchester luggage storage facilities.

We’ve partnered with multiple local businesses in Manchester to create luggage storage providers for your short-term storage needs. We provide accessible and secure luggage storage facilities across Manchester, conveniently located near transportation hubs, major attractions, local shops and hotels, making storing your luggage a breeze.

Download the Bounce app to find the nearest place to stow your stuff and book luggage storage in advance. It’s as simple as that. 

Things to do in Manchester

Manchester is an exciting city that offers a lot to tourists and locals, from busy nightlife and world-class museums to fun outdoor adventures and an excellent food and drink scene. Tour the 'Theatre of Dreams' at Old Trafford, home to one of football's most famous teams, Manchester United, or visit the Science and Industry Museum. Find the nearest left luggage facilities, drop off your bags, and visit tourist attractions as soon as you get to town.

Attractions and activities in Manchester

Manchester Cathedral

If you admire ancient architecture, the Manchester Cathedral is a must-see. Dating back to the 14th century, Manchester Cathedral features haunting Gothic architecture and has been Manchester’s center stage for over six centuries. Check out the Angel Stone, a carving from 700 AD, the Victorian stained glass and the 16th-century misericords. You can explore this stunning landmark yourself, but it’s best to take a free guided tour to learn more about the cathedral’s history.  

Manchester Cathedral bag policy

Although their bag policy isn’t clear, leave your luggage behind and bring just a small purse or a handbag. Our convenient luggage storage options near this major attraction make it easy to store your bags for a few hours until you’ve explored this magnificent structure.

Legoland Discovery Center

Suppose you're looking for things to do with kids that you'll enjoy, too. Discover your inner child at the Legoland Discovery Center. You'll find a 4D cinema, Lego-themed rides, and plenty of chances to build a Lego masterpiece at this unique attraction.

Legoland Discovery Center bag policy

This extra-fun center doesn’t have left luggage facilities or storage lockers. Use the Bounce app to find a nearby luggage storage location. Book online in advance and store your luggage within a few minutes. It’s hard to beat our affordable prices and convenient service.  

Victoria Baths

Just over an hour’s drive from the city center, in the Chorlton-on-Medlock area of Manchester in northwest England, you’ll find Victoria Baths, a Grade II listed building dating back from 1906. This beautiful heritage attraction is home to a Turkish bath suite and three swimming pool areas and boasts a multi-colored terracotta facade, Victorian stained glass and tiling. The baths were closed in 1993 due to high maintenance costs, but you can still book a private tour around this water palace and grab a bite at the on-site cafe. 

Victoria Baths bag policy

The bag policy at this attraction isn’t clear, but it’s not the place you want to carry heavy bags. It’s best to store your luggage somewhere else before going to the baths. We have several luggage storage locations in the area, making it easy to store luggage of any size and shape. 

Shopping in Manchester


Explore some of Manchester's best shopping by visiting Arndale, one of the UK's biggest and busiest shopping malls. Shop from over 200 stores with names like Apple, JD Sports, Urban Outfitters, Vans and more. Check out the food outlets where you can choose anything from pizza at Pizza Hut and juicy burgers at McDonald’s to spicy chicken at Nando’s. More than a shopping mall, the Arndale offers fun for everyone, including ping pong, mini-golf, and many events and fun-filled experiences for people of all ages. 

Market Street

To fully experience Manchester, head down to Market Street, one of the major high-street shopping spots in the city. Besides landmarks like the Royal Exchange Theater and Shamble Square, this major thoroughfare is full of popular shops, restaurants, cafes and street performers. Shop at Zara, Mango, H&M, TK Maxx, Primark and others. 

Manchester Craft and Design Center   

Once an old fish market, today a popular shopping destination for hand-crafted furniture, art, ceramics and more, the Manchester Craft Design Center is a must-see, whether you like arts and crafts or not. You’ll find artists' studios spread across two floors and several artisanal cafes. If you want to purchase unique gifts to take home, this is just the place. 

Once you’ve shopped for the day, stop for a tasty meal or try a treat from a street food vendor. Store your heavy shopping bags at one of our left luggage locations and explore Manchester more.

Top restaurants in Manchester

The Sparrows

The Sparrows is a modern European restaurant in the Green Quarter serving fresh and handmade pasta, dumplings and spaetzle. While the food is second to none in the area, natural wood, a brick patio and subtle lighting create a cozy atmosphere, attracting even more crowds. Book a table in advance if you want to eat at this lovely restaurant. 

10 Tib Lane 

Looking for a cozy place for your Sunday Roast or a romantic date night dinner? How about a night out with friends with creative cocktails? You can do it all at this contemporary European venue near Manchester's Princess Street. The restaurant is famous for serving small sharing plates tapas-style, but you’ll also find seafood, steak and vegetarian meals. Reserve a table in advance to avoid disappointment. 


Ancoats is famous for its eclectic food and drink scene, and one of the first places to visit is this modern wine bar and restaurant. Sip on some excellent European wine and get a sample of delicious small plates to munch on, from raw scallops and oysters to crips pork belly and, of course, their signature flatbread with walnut tarator and sage or beef fat and urfa chili. 

Transit options in Manchester

There are a few options to navigate Manchester, and the most popular are by foot and bike. If you wondering how to get around Manchester, these are your transit options:

National Train Service 

As one of the biggest transport hubs in the UK, if you're arriving in Manchester by train, then the chances are you'll be using Manchester Piccadilly Station. A single ticket from Manchester Airport to Manchester Piccadilly Train Station starts at around £3.25. 

You'll find limited-size luggage lockers at the Manchester Piccadilly Station. We've got convenient luggage storage partners in the area, so you don't have to worry about your large bags once you arrive. Take advantage of our Manchester Piccadilly luggage storage to explore Manchester hands-free. 

Bus Services 

A free bus service in the city center operates as a hop-on, hop-off service. You can use the local bus company to reach Greater Manchester. A single ticket is £1 for children and £2 for adults.

Tram Service

Manchester Metrolink tramway/light rail system covers 99 stops along 64 miles in Greater Manchester. A single ticket for an adult is £1.40, depending on the zone.  

Discover more of Manchester by using our luggage storage service 

As you explore Manchester, remember we have multiple left luggage services throughout the city. Whether you have a late flight and need left luggage near Manchester Airport, or you’re looking for storage options other than train station lockers, we offer maximum flexibility. Use the Bounce app to find luggage storage in Manchester and stow your non-essentials quickly.  

Manchester is just a train ride away from London, York, and Cambridge. If you plan on enjoying any of these cities for a few hours or a few days, make sure to use all of the convenient Bounce luggage storage facilities in England.

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