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Free cancellation
10,000+ locations globally
from $6.90/day
Rated 4.9 by 455,730+ people

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Citi Field?

    The price for luggage storage near Citi Field starts from just $6.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Citi Field?

    There are multiple locations in the Citi Field area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Hoboken Terminal, New York Penn Station, and Atlantic Terminal and all over New York.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Citi Field?

    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 Citi Field.

  • Are there storage lockers near Citi Field?

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

  • What public transportation exists near Citi Field?

    Popular metro stations like MTA Subway - 125th St, MTA Subway - Myrtle/Wyckoff Ave, or MTA - Sutphin Boulevard Subway Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within New York near Citi Field, you may be close to some bus stations: MTA Buses - Q1, 2, 3, 17, 36, Beech Av. Q17, Q27 bus stop, or Hillside Avenue & 198 Street Bust Stop. If traveling by train, LIRR - Jamaica Station, MTA Subway - Queensboro Plaza, and Harlem-125th Street Station are nearest to Citi Field.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Citi Field?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Citi Field are Linden Motor Inn, Bentley Hotel, and Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan/Upper East Side. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Citi Field are NY Moore Hostel, The Local NYC, and Westway Hotel Laguardia Airport.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Citi Field?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Citi Field are McDonald's, Taco Bell, and Burger King.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Citi Field?

    Check out the nearby McCarren Park, Astoria Park, and Carl Schurz Park.


About Citi Field

Citi Field is the home baseball field for the New York Mets in the Corona Park-Flushing Meadows area in New York. It was built to replace Shea Stadium, where the New York Mets played from 1964 until 2008. The first game was played by college teams Georgetown and St. John’s on March 29th, 2009, but the Mets did not play on their new field until April 3rd when they played a charity exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox. 

The stadium can accommodate up to 45,000 baseball fans and it is usually pretty full. One unique feature of the stadium is the Party City Party Deck in left field. The deck can hold up to 102 people and includes free food, beer, and other beverages. There is also the Jackie Robinson Rotunda that can hold up to 1,500 people and has a nine-foot statue of Jackie Robinson’s retired number 42. And don’t forget the Home Run Apple, which is an 18-foot red apple that is raised and lights up when the Mets hit a home run. 

Fun Fact: Citi Field is the only ballpark in Major League Baseball that has orange foul poles instead of the usual yellow. 

Things to do Near Citi Field

Besides watching the baseball game, there are actually quite a few other things to do. Whether you are there to cheer on the Mets or just in from out of town and want something to do, everyone can have fun at Citi Field.  

  • Get there early for batting practice to watch all the players warm up and take a few swings before the game
  • Get some selfies with Mr. and Mrs. Met, the official mascots of the Mets
  • Enjoy a picnic in the enhanced picnic area in the outfield, called Taste of the City
  • Check out the Jackie Robinson Rotunda and take some selfies in front of the arch that has Robinson’s nine values: integrity, determination, citizenship, commitment, teamwork, justice, persistence, excellence, and courage
  • Visit the Mets Hall of Fame Museum
  • Get a guided tour behind the scenes 
  • Enjoy the Citi Field Fan Fest on the field level in center field
  • From Bash Burgers to Wowfulls ice cream, see how many foods you can try before leaving 

Transit Options in Citi Field

  • Long Island Railroad Port Washington Branch
  • New York City Subway 7 train at Mets-Willets Point
  • New York City Bus Q48

Luggage Storage in Citi Field

We're travelers too. We know how it feels to have to drag luggage around while trying to enjoy sightseeing. Bounce will keep your bags for you while you explore. Up to $10,000 BounceShield™ Protection included with every booking, so don’t worry about the safety of your belongings. With convenient locations in major cities and attractions around the world, Bounce is always close to you. All you need to do is download the Bounce app and find our nearest affiliate. 

Luggage Storage Options Near Citi Field

  • Queens Zoo: Just a few miles from Citi Field, you'll find the Queens Zoo. Head out onto the animal trail to see pumas, pronghorn sheep, Andean bears, southern pudus, and Canadian Lynx. In the aviary, you'll find a plethora of different bird species. Watch the sea lions get fed at the sea lion exhibit. Don’t drag your luggage into the zoo, though. We have convenient locations nearby where you can leave your belongings.
  • New York Hall of Science: Just down the street from the zoo, the New York Hall of Science has some cool exhibits to check out. In fact, there are more than 450 interactive displays that make learning about science fun. The design lab lets you invent, and the connected worlds exhibit shows you an animated environment where you can see how your actions can change the ecosystem. They even have a survival exhibit where you can test your survival skills You cannot bring your bags in here, so leave them with one of our partners on the way.
  • Kingsland Homestead: The Queens Historical Society features the Kingsland Homestead on 37th Avenue, built in the late 1700s. The homestead was owned by Captain Joseph King in 1801, and he upgraded it and added buildings. After years of wear and tear, the Kingsland Preservation Committee worked with the Queens Historical Society to fix up the homestead and open it as a museum.
  • Empire State Building: Located on 34th Street, you can see the Empire State Building from miles away. After all, it is over 1,400 feet tall. On the 2nd floor, see dozens of exhibits about the history of the building from its conception in the 1920s to the highlights of its features on the big screen. The most well-known highlight is the King Kong movie from 1933. See it reenacted when you walk into an office to see giant ape fingers sticking through the walls. The main deck on the 86th floor gives you a stunning view of the city where you can get some awesome pics. 
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park: Check out the Brooklyn Bridge while you are in town. On Furman Street, you can find the Brooklyn Bridge Park with so much to do and see. Enjoy Pebble Beach, the Environmental Education Center, and the boulder wall in the Main Street section of the park. Take a ride on Jane’s Carousel by the Empire Fulton Ferry. To enjoy a sandy beach right on the water, Pier 4 is the place to be. Stop by one of our Bounce partner locations to drop off your bags on the way.  
  • Queens Center: Are you looking for some retail therapy? Queens Center on Queens Boulevard has 150 retail shops from Abercrombie to Zumiez and more than 30 eateries like KFC, Shake Shack, and Applebees. Leave your luggage with Bounce, so you have your hands free to carry your purchases. 
  • Central Park: Everyone has heard of Central Park, but have you ever been there? You would be amazed at how much there is to do in this 840-acre park. Some of the popular attractions include the 2.5-acre Strawberry Fields dedicated to John Lennon, the American Museum of Natural History, the carousel with 57 vibrantly colored horses, 40 amazing bridges and arches, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Hallett Nature Sanctuary.
  • New York City Fire Museum: Found on Spring Street in a firehouse built in 1904, this museum follows the history of firefighting from bucket brigades to the most modern advancements. Some of the exhibits include old tools and uniforms, ancient fire vehicles, alarm boxes from the early 1900s, and a 1921 American LaFrance fire engine. Drop your belongings off with one of our local Bounce affiliates for safekeeping.

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