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Can’t believe I haven’t used this service until now. So easy & convenient. I 100% recommend.
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Bounce is the best luggage storage service provider in the New York. I sent an email at midnight , and I got an email back in 10 mins. They are not only solve my issue but also provide solutions. You have to try Bounce !!
I used Bounce during a recent trip to NYC, and I was pleasantly surprised at the ease and convenience of the process. To be honest, at first, I was very apprehensive. The thought of leaving your stuff at a random store, in a place where you are ...
Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check.
Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!
Fantastic experience with Bounce! Stored a bag at the Grand Central location and on my last day at the 9/11 Memorial location. Both locations had friendly, efficient staff that were helpful and made everything very easy. Such a great option if y...
How it works
Find the location closest to you - we have locations all around the city.
Drop off items
Head to the store and show your booking receipt and you're good to go.
Enjoy the city
Go about your day without lugging around your things. Live Life Light!
Grand Central Station is located at East 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. It’s second only to Penn Station as New York’s—and the country’s—busiest railroad terminal. The cathedral-like building is famous on many counts, with its iconic staple being the opal-faced clock atop the information booth in the main concourse. Grand Central isn’t just a hub for transit; it’s also home to nearly 100 shops and restaurants, and hosts special events year round. Fun fact: In 1978, former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis helped secure official landmark status for Grand Central, ensuring its long-term protection and preservation.
Things to Do at and near Grand Central
Before you head out and brave the New York City streets, be sure to check out the incredible features inside the building as well. Here’s a selection of the best of both the terminal and the neighborhood:
Marvel at the main concourse’s zodiac ceiling painted in gold leaf
Bring a friend to the station’s Whispering Gallery to magically hear each other on opposite corners of the room
Dine, drink, and delight at Grand Central’s opulent Oyster Bar & Restaurant or Campbell Bar
Walk east on 42nd Street to visit Bryant Park, New York City’s version of a small-town square, and the main branch of the New York Public Library
Take a 10-minute stroll northeast to Rockefeller Center, or attend a show at the legendary Radio City Music Hall
Shop ‘til you drop at the luxurious Saks Fifth Avenue flagship location
View masterpieces by the likes of Picasso, Matisse, van Gogh, Monet, and more at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Transit Options at Grand Central
MTA subway: 4, 5, 6, 7, S
NYC Airporter: transfers to/from LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport
Luggage Storage near Grand Central
While Grand Central Station originally housed a terminal complex for baggage handling, it was demolished in 1961. Since the MoMA won’t store luggage and it’s cumbersome to haul your bags to and fro the many wonders in the area, Bounce is your best solution for luggage storage near Grand Central.