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Rated 4.9 by 456,684+ people

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Oxford Road Railway Station?

    The price for luggage storage near Oxford Road Railway Station starts from just £5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Oxford Road Railway Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Oxford Road Railway Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Manchester Airport (MAN), Castleton Railway Station, and Newhey Metrolink Station and all over Manchester.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Oxford Road Railway Station?

    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 Oxford Road Railway Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Oxford Road Railway Station?

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

  • What public transportation exists near Oxford Road Railway Station?

    Popular metro stations like Exchange Square Metrolink Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Manchester near Oxford Road Railway Station, you may be close to some bus stations: Shudehill Interchange, Ashton Bus Station, or National Express Coach Station. If traveling by train, Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station, Manchester Victoria Railway Station (MCV), and Manchester Oxford Road railway station are nearest to Oxford Road Railway Station.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Oxford Road Railway Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Oxford Road Railway Station are Novotel, CitySuites Aparthotel, and Premier Inn Manchester City Centre - Portland Street. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Oxford Road Railway Station are YHA Manchester, Selina NQ1 Manchester, and Ashton House.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Oxford Road Railway Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Oxford Road Railway Station are Michaels Coffee House, San Carlo Gran Cafe, and YO! Sushi.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Oxford Road Railway Station?

    Check out the nearby Alexandra Park, Cringle Park, and Platt Fields Park.


About Oxford Road Railway Station

Oxford Road Railway Station opened in 1849 and is one of Manchester’s busiest stations to this day. Only Manchester Piccadilly, Manchester’s primary railway station, serves more passengers than Oxford Road. The number of passengers using the station steadily increases each year with 2018-2019 surpassing 9 million train riders. 

Since 1854, the terminus has provided inter-city routes between Manchester and Liverpool. Towards the mid-20th century, the station fell into disarray and required a face-lift by 1960. The project modernized many facets of the station, and several buildings were rebuilt altogether.

The inter-city routes serving customers in the Greater Manchester area provide transport to numerous cities across the United Kingdom. With several railway companies offering service to and from Oxford Road, Manchester residents and tourists can skip to other popular cities such as Newcastle, Windermere, and Edinburgh. 

Passengers using Oxford Road today have all the needed facilities for an enjoyable time in Manchester the moment they arrive at the station. Plan your future train rides on automated ticket machines, grab cash from the ATM, wake up with a cup of coffee, or check your messages with the station’s free WiFi. 

Things to do near Oxford Road Railway Station

Oxford Road Railway Station sits adjacent to Oxford Road, one of the busiest thoroughfares in Manchester. Many of the city’s renowned theatres are just minutes away, and you’re also a short distance from lively shops and restaurants. 

The nearby convention center hosts public events and raging nightclubs welcome partiers looking for a good time. From museums and art galleries to sprawling architecture, Oxford Road gives you access to many of Manchester’s best attractions. 

  • Enjoy a night of opera or ballet at the beautiful Palace Theatre Manchester
  • Join the festive atmosphere of the O2 Ritz and listen to some of today’s most talented bands
  • Dine on international fare at The Refuge and unwind in its cozy interior design
  • Admire the stunning architecture of the Manchester Central Library and pick up free WiFi
  • Visit the Manchester Central Convention Complex to see if any exhibitions or festivals are scheduled during your visit
  • Snap a picture of the stunning neo-gothic Manchester Town Hall
  • Check out thought-provoking art exhibits or watch indie films at HOME Manchester
  • Combine mini golf and night club vibes at Junkyard Golf Club

Transit Options to Oxford Road Railway Station

  • City Centre free bus service via route 2 or 3
  • Public bus via Oxford Road, Oxford Road (Stop B), Oxford Road (Stop E), or Whitworth Street West (Stop E)
  • Inter-city train travel via Northern Railway, TransPennine Express, and East Midlands Railway   

Luggage Storage near Oxford Road Railway Station

Oxford Road Railway Station is near several of Manchester’s vibrant neighborhoods and cultural attractions. To avoid being slowed down by heavy baggage, Bounce has accessible storage locations near Oxford Road to help you get around stress-free. 

If you have lots of ground to cover during your day out in Manchester, drop off your luggage for a few hours knowing your belongings are secure. Bounce offers top-notch security to give you peace of mind the moment you step off the train at Oxford Road.   

Attractions and Activities near Oxford Road Railway Station

  • Opera House Manchester: Seating nearly 2,000 attendees, Opera House Manchester dazzles audiences with concerts, ballets, musicals, and other exhilarating performances. The Opera House opened in 1912, and it remains one of Manchester’s premier venues to witness talented acts take the stage.
    The Opera House stage has hosted illustrious British premiers for some of the world’s most celebrated musicals. Most notably, it was the first European theatre to hold a performance of West Side Story. Other famous musicals that have graced the Opera House stage include The Phantom of the Opera, Never Forget, and 9 to 5: The Musical.
    Concertgoers arriving at the Opera House will first notice the 15-bay façade, classical columns, and a horse-drawn carriage adorning the building’s exterior. Inside, two curved balconies on each side hold roughly half the seats and draped over the stage are its iconic green and gold curtains. 
  • Manchester Art Gallery: The Manchester Art Gallery boasts around half a million visitors each year and ranks among the city’s most popular tourist attractions. The facility houses over 20,000 pieces of art and has been at the forefront of local audiences for almost 200 years.
    Reinforcing its dedication to the public, the Manchester Art Gallery remains a free museum and open every day of the week. When established in 1823, its purpose was to educate and inspire the people of Manchester to reach their highest artistic potential.
    The 19th-century Victorian art collection stands out, but some artifacts date to antiquity. Some of the oldest relics are from the ancient Egyptians dating to the 11th century BC. Closer to the modern age, French impressionist Adolphe Valette and British painter Annie Louisa Swynnerton are two of the featured artists of the gallery.
  • Science and Industry Museum: Another one of Manchester’s free cultural attractions, the Science and Industry Museum celebrates the city’s industrial accomplishments. From cars and locomotives to textiles and computer systems, the museum delves into technology’s impact on Manchester’s development.
    Its historic location laid the groundwork for inter-city railway travel and was part of the innovative Liverpool and Manchester Railway. First opened in 1830, the former terminus solidified Manchester as a key contributor during the Industrial Revolution.
    Transformed into an educational institute in the mid-20th century, the Grade I listed historic site develops interactive science programs for the community. Fostering youth interest in modern industry developments, the Science and Industry Museum aims to keep Manchester one of the world’s strategic industrial cities.

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