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Hudson Yards and Penn Station Storage Point

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Where can I store my luggage in New York

New York City truly needs no introduction, being that it's largely touted as the best city in the world. It goes without saying that the concrete jungle of NYC offers infinite options for work and play. The New York lifestyle is fast-paced and constantly abuzz, with people zipping around from one activity and neighborhood to the next.

Do you live or commute to work in New York City but don't have the time to drop your briefcase, workout gear, or bags at home before a meeting, a date, or a night out with friends? Fret no more; now you can store your bags all around NYC.

Otherwise, are you traveling to New York for work or vacation? Perhaps you just got into town and your hotel/Airbnb is far away from all the action, you arrived too early before check-in, or you want to explore the neighborhoods close to your port of entry. No matter the scenario, you can safely store your luggage in New York City with Bounce.

No matter the case, the last thing you want is to have your things weigh you down—which is where Bounce comes in.

New York City Guide

Top Things to Do

NYC is one of the world's most coveted places to live and visit. As "The City That Never Sleeps," infinite options abound around the clock for people of all ages and from all walks of life. From internationally renowned museums and galleries, to high-end department stores and boutiques to fast-fashion conglomerates, and Michelin-star restaurants to 24-hour fast-food chains, there's truly something for everyone to take part in and enjoy in the Big Apple.


While the thought of museums might seem boring or stuffy to some, the ones on offer in NYC are in a league of their own. New York City museums are among the cream of the crop globally, housing some of the world's greatest pieces of art, history, and science. Here are Bounce's top selections for must-visit NYC museums:

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art: This Upper East Side museum is arguably the grandest of them all. Its collection boasts a whopping two-million pieces spanning 5,000 years. From ancient artifacts to contemporary treasures, the Met truly covers every base. Bonus: New York residents can visit for free or opt to give a small donation. (Bag-check policy: You can leave your coat, umbrella, and small backpack at the Met's coat check. However, luggage and large backpacks aren't permitted inside the museum. Drop off your larger items with a Bounce partner nearby for luggage storage on the Upper East Side.)

  • Museum of Modern Art: Only a short stroll away from Grand Central Station, the MoMA is one of the world's most prominent and authoritative museums for Modernist masterpieces. Bonus: Visitors can browse the collections without spending money on UNIQLO Free Friday Nights, every Friday evening from four to eight p.m. Be warned, however, that you'll be pushing past swarms of other bargain hunters. (Bag-check policy: Items up to 11" x 15" x 5” in size can be carried throughout the MoMA. Items exceeding dimensions of 14" x 22" x 9” aren't allowed to be checked. If you're in a bind and don't want to miss the opportunity to visit the MoMA on account of your things, check out Bounce partners nearby for luggage storage near Grand Central Station.

  • American Museum of Natural History: Science buffs can't get enough of the natural wonders on display at this Upper West Side behemoth. From the children's favorite Hall of Ornithischian Dinosaurs to the out-of-this-world Hayden Planetarium under the helm of Neil deGrasse Tyson, you can't help but walk away from here wide eyed. (Bag-check policy: You can check your coat, umbrella, and small backpack for $2 per item. However, the museum disallows visitors to check luggage and oversized backpacks. Sidestep any potential inconveniences by counting on Bounce for luggage storage on the Upper West Side.


A trip to NYC wouldn't be complete without some retail therapy. If you can't find what you're looking for in New York, chances are you won't find it anywhere else. Whether you're searching for designer digs that'll cost what some people pay in rent, some simple cost-friendly basics, or a one-of-a-kind vintage piece, NYC stores have it all. Here's a variety of recommended shopping destinations in New York City:

  • High-end department stores: The Upper East Side is home to the flagships of some of the world's best department stores. Fashionable options include Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman, and Bloomingdales.

  • Fast fashion and basics: To get your fix of of-the-moment pieces and basics that won't break the bank, head to the likes of H&M, Zara, Topshop, Gap, and Urban Outfitters. While their branches are scattered throughout the city, shops such as these are most densely concentrated around Times Square and Broadway in Soho.

  • Vintage and boutiques: If vintage merchants and smaller boutiques are more up your alley, take your time walking past the storefronts of intimate shops on the Lower East Side, West Village, and Tribeca. (FYI: The latter two neighborhoods will likely have higher price points.)


New York City is a gourmand's playground. The city boasts any and every kind of cuisine you can imagine, whether it's served at a Michelin-star chef's restaurant or out of a modest food truck. From all-American eats like burgers and fries or steak and potatoes; to Korean-Mexican fusion; to hundreds of native offers across the enclaves of Chinatown, Little Italy, and the like; if you crave it, you can have it. Here's a modest roundup of popular foodie options in NYC:

  • Chelsea Market: Chelsea's namesake indoor food court offers everything from German currywurst to Jamaican jerk chicken to Mediterranean street food. You can cap off your meal with crepes or doughnuts, and walk off the calories by browsing the dozens of shops under Chelsea Market's roof.

  • Smorgasburg: Smorgasburg is a trendy pop-up food market with dozens of vendors offering delectable craft bites. It takes place indoors alongside Brooklyn Flea in winter and at Williamsburg's East River State Park in summer.

  • Brunch: Brunch is a weekend staple that many New Yorkers live for; after all, what's better than great food and daytime drinks with friends? Popular Downtown options include Sadelle's in Soho, plus Jack's Wife Freda, Sant Ambroeus, Bar Pitti in the West Village.


Alongside California, New York State is one of America’s busiest and most densely populated areas. As of 2020, New York State’s combined population is almost 20 million. New York City, one of New York State’s most popular cities, houses more than 8 million people in its 5 boroughs; Brooklyn, The Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. Unfortunately, most metropolitan areas in the United States experience notable amounts of crime throughout the year. New York City is one of the US’ largest cities, so it’s no surprise that NYC regularly experiences more criminal activity than average. Research shows that NYC ranks 23 out of 100 on the calculated national crime index. This suggests New York City is safer than 23% of other equally large, densely populated American cities.

FBI databases are typically used to form statistical reports. Based on this data, NYC purportedly has a crime rate of 23 crimes per 1,000 residents. Criminal activity is also divided into two categories; violent crime and property crime. New York City’s annual violent crime rate tallies at around 7,790 per year - suggesting that 1 in every 285 NYC residents encounter violent crime yearly. NYC’s property crime rate is much higher. About 30,363 property crimes occur annually, suggesting that 1 in every 69 NYC residents may have their property vandalized or stolen. This data isn’t meant to paint New York City in a negative light, but it hopefully demonstrates how important it is to put safety first while traveling. Protect yourself from violent crimes by going about the city in a group and remaining alert at night. Protect yourself from property crimes by only carrying essential items on your person. Bounce can keep your other valuables and luggage safe and secure while you visit NYC. 

Common Questions

“What’s the best way to get around New York City?”

  • New York City’s narrow, densely populated streets are difficult to drive through on most days. More often than not, it’s easier to navigate around NYC on foot - especially if your destination is minutes away. MTA subways and buses are ideal for long-distance travel, especially if you’re traveling from one borough to the next. If all else fails, you can hail a Yellow Taxi Cab if you’re in a hurry.

“Is public transportation in New York City safe?”

  • Yes, and for several reasons. New York City’s vast population means that other citizens will always be nearby. Robberies and assaults rarely occur during an NYC subway or bus ride. However, commuters should stay alert while they wait at train stations or bus stops, especially if they’re traveling alone. NYPD officers and security are present and willing to help in dire scenarios as well.

“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in New York City?”

  • According to statistics, NYC’s safest neighborhood is located on W 218th Street & Broadway - in Inwood, Manhattan.

“What are the best museums to visit in New York City?”

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the most popular landmarks in all of America, let alone New York City. Best of all, admission is very cheap; $25 per adult, $17 per senior, and $12 per student. The Met is also free to children under age 12.

“What's the best time of year to visit New York City?”

  • If you want a less packed experience, try to visit NYC in the middle of the year -between April and September. Conversely, visit NYC during November and December if you want a memorable New Year’s experience.


Alexa Ramirez

This was my first time using this service and it worked seamlessly. I had no problems at all dropping my bag off at NYC Racquet Sports and it was just as easy picking it up. This location is a couple blocks from Penn Station, so it was perfect for exploring Manhattan for several hours before catching the train to Newark Airport for a late night flight. Will definitely use this service on future trips!

Gemma Bennet

Really excellent service, right around the corner from A/C/E trains at Penn Station in New York. Popular and busy restaurant, too — but no one kept me waiting to drop off or pick up a bag.

Michelle Baker

This place is awesome, it’s near Macy’s and other souvenir shops, nearby food outlets too and near the Penn station in New York. This is the best place to leave your luggage for last minute shopping before you head to the airport via Penn station. Plus the Employees are very courteous and kind

Frequently asked questions

  • Where is the best places to stay and eat while in New York?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Hard Rock Cafe, Katz's Delicatessen, and The Loeb Boathouse. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within New York are Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Lotte New York Palace, and Hotel Pennsylvania. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in New York are Chelsea international hostel.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in New York?

    New York offers several scenic parks including Central Park, Battery Park, and The High Line.

  • What public transportation exists within New York?

    When flying to New York, you're likely to pass through West 30th Street Heliport. You're likely to pass through Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, or The Oculus if arriving by bus and Fulton Street station, 14th Street–Union Square, or Whitehall Street–South Ferry if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like 23rd Street, 14th Street–Union Square, or 42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal can be used for transit within New York

  • What are the best museums and historical attractions in New York?

    If you're looking for a good museum in New York, we recommend National September 11 Memorial & Museum, American Museum of Natural History, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of New York's most popular historical attractions including Castle Clinton, Smallpox Hospital, or USS Intrepid and monuments like Statue of Liberty, Strawberry Fields, or Columbus Circle. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Smallpox Hospital.

  • Where can I store my luggage in New York?

    We've partnered with local New York businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.