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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in New York?

    The price for luggage storage in New York starts from just $4.85/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in New York?

    There are multiple locations all around New York which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near National September 11 Memorial, Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk, George Washington Bridge and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in New York?

    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 New York.

  • Are there storage lockers in New York?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in New York. 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 New York.

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Atlantic Center, Eataly Flatiron, and Joe's Pizza. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within New York are New York Hilton Midtown, The Westin New York at Times Square, and Park Central New York.

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

    New York offers several scenic parks including Central Park, Union Square Park, and Bryant Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in New York?

    You can find local tourist information at Zip Aviation, The Patch House, and Helicopter Flight Services.

  • What public transportation exists within New York?

    When flying to New York, you're likely to pass through John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), or LaGuardia Airport (LGA). You're likely to pass through Port Authority Bus Terminal, Gate 233, or MTA Q69 - 21st & 34th ave if arriving by bus and Hoboken Terminal, Atlantic Terminal, or New York Penn Station if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like MTA Subway - 42nd St/Times Square/Port Authority Bus Terminal, MTA - Broadway Junction Subway Station, or MTA Subway - 59th St/Columbus Circle can be used for transit within New York.

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Your Guide to Luggage Storage New York

New York City truly needs no introduction. The iconic metropolis of NYC offers infinite options for work and play, and it's a place on many a traveler’s bucket list. The New York lifestyle is fast-paced and constantly abuzz, with people zipping around from one activity and neighborhood to the next. Why not join in for a few days?

Do you live or commute to work in NYC but don't have time to drop your briefcase, workout gear, or bags at home before a meeting, a date, or a night out with friends? We make it easy to find luggage storage near you. You can stash your bags all around town with our luggage storage services in New York City.

Or, are you traveling to New York for work or vacation? Perhaps you just got into town through Grand Central Terminal, or have some free time before a flight and want to explore the neighborhoods and sights without extra things weighing you down. No matter the scenario, you can safely store your luggage with Bounce in convenient locations around New York City.

If Times Square and other New York attractions like the Statue of Liberty and Central Park are on your itinerary, you’ll want to see the city without heavy luggage and backpacks getting in the way. 

Drop anything from oversized backpacks to shopping bags with one of our secure luggage storage partners. With no size limit, we can take care of any sized bag. Download the Bounce app to secure a spot and start your New York City adventure!

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Can I leave my luggage somewhere in New York City?

Storing luggage and non-essential items during your trip is a great idea, especially in a busy place like NYC where you’ll enjoy walking from one exciting place to another.

At Bounce, we have vetted partner locations right where you’ll need them most. We partner with local businesses to create luggage storage facilities near transit hubs and tourist attractions all over town. Simply download our luggage storage app to find the location closest to you. 

You’ll find storage lockers and several luggage storage companies around the city for stowing your stuff, but there could be long lines or no space left. Store bags with us and be assured we’ll have room available for your bags. Then you can join in on whatever activity you like, whether it’s a day in Times Square, a show on Broadway or a hop-on, hop-off bus tour to see the best of New York City.

How much does it cost to store luggage in New York City?

It’s easy and affordable to store your luggage in NYC. Our daily luggage storage service costs just low flat rate per bag for the entire day. At Bounce, we have a flat fee and don’t charge more to store bigger bags, making us more affordable than many other luggage storage services. 

From Brooklyn to Manhattan to SoHo, we charge one price per bag and offer the same great service. As a bonus, our highly-rated store partners are a wealth of knowledge and can offer tips on what to see in NYC. Create an online booking, store your things and off you go!

Do hotels in New York City store Luggage?

Some hotels have a luggage storage room where you can keep bags for a few hours before or after you check out, but it’s not guaranteed that a hotel will watch over your things if you’re not staying with them. 

We have convenient luggage storage options in NYC no matter what neighborhood you’re spending time in. Stop by a Bounce partner storage facility and we’ll be happy to look after your luggage anytime.

Are there lockers in New York city at train stations?

Train stations in New York City can get very busy, and for security reasons, many of them don’t have station lockers. If you need secure luggage storage while you explore every corner of this exhilarating destination, make sure to stop by a Bounce luggage storage location. 

You can easily find the nearest luggage storage spot using our app, but here are a few places where you can store your belongings close to the city’s most used train stations.

Luggage storage near Grand Central Station

Grand Central Station is the main train station in NYC, and also one of its most popular, thanks to its history and impressive engineering. It’s a historic landmark in itself and truly a cultural destination. Meet your friends at the famous Information Booth Clock and head out into the city.

The station is centrally located between 42nd St and Park Ave, and our nearest luggage storage location is just a short 4 minute walk away.

Luggage storage near Penn Station

If you find yourself on 34th St. Penn Station will be the closest train station to you. This handy transit hub will help you reach some of the city’s main attractions, like the famous Madison Square Garden which is situated right next door. 

We also have baggage storage spots in the area, and the closest one can be reached in only 4 minutes by foot. 

Luggage storage near Jamaica Station

Jamaica Station is situated off Sutphin Blvd, close to the John F. Kennedy International Airport. The AirTrain from JFK brings you here in no time, allowing you to quickly start your NYC adventure. 

If you’re going to be using this station and need somewhere to store your luggage before your hotel check-in, walk to the closest Bounce partner storage facility. The nearest one is only 5 minutes away.

Luggage storage near Moynihan Train Hall

Chances are that you’ll be using the Moynihan Train Hall during your time in this city and may even drop by this attractive station for a bagel or a bowl of ramen. 

With dozens of eateries and shops, this station is located on 33rd St and we have a baggage storage location just 3 minutes away. Stop by and take advantage of our secure storage service while you go sightseeing.

Book luggage storage in New York and check out the 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. 

Whether you're looking to get out of the city center for a hike or find some free things to do in NYC, or you're taking the kids out for the day, there's truly something for everyone to take part in and enjoy in the Big Apple. If you're visiting in the Fall, be sure to check out our guide to Autumn in NYC for more ideas.


While museum-hopping may not interest everyone, New York museums are in a league of their own. New York galleries and exhibitions are among some of the very best globally, housing some of the world's greatest pieces of art, history, and science. Here are a few of the best, or check out our guide to museums in NYC for more options.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This Upper East Side museum is arguably the grandest of them all and has been around since 1880. Its collection boasts a whopping two million pieces spanning 5,000 years, from Prehistoric times all the way to contemporary years. 

During your journey through the museum’s many exhibits, you’ll have the chance to see Old Master paintings and an Ancient Egyptian Temple, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s period rooms are always a hit among history lovers. 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.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art bag 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 and can’t be left in the storage lockers. Drop off your larger items with our New York luggage storage service to be assured of availability. Explore this mesmerizing museum luggage free.

The 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. This intriguing and informative attraction plays a significant role in collecting and showcasing modern artworks, and strolling through the exhibits to see them for yourself is truly an incredible experience. 

Bonus: Local citizens can browse the collections without spending money on UNIQLO Free Friday Nights, every Friday evening from four to eight p.m. It’s a busy time, yet enjoyable for all.

The Museum of Modern Art bag policy

According to the museum's bag policy, all bags are searched before you enter the museum, and guests are asked to wear backpacks in the front in order to protect the art. Items exceeding dimensions of 14" x 22" x 9”, including scooters, skateboards, rolling suitcases, and balloons aren't allowed in the luggage storage lockers and can’t be brought into the museum. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the MoMA on account of your things. Check out our highly-rated store partners nearby for MoMA luggage storage.

American Museum of Natural History

Science buffs can't get enough of the natural wonders on display at this Upper West Side behemoth which was founded back in 1869. During your time here, you’ll be taken on a journey through the world’s creation, beginning at the Big Bang and ending with present times, with plenty of intriguing topics discussed along the way. 

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. Don’t miss the incredible 94-foot-long blue whale displayed in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, too.

American Museum of Natural History bag policy

Although small bags and strollers are allowed inside the museum except for in the theater rooms, the American Museum of Natural History bag policy doesn’t allow guests to enter with bags larger than 11’’ x 17’’. Sidestep any potential inconveniences by counting on Bounce for luggage storage in New York.

Museum of the City of New York

If you’re interested in learning about the history of this incredible city, take a deep dive into its past at the Museum of the City of New York. With more than 400 years to explore, this museum offers plenty of information with interesting rotating exhibits and vintage artifacts. Come see costumes, photographs, furniture, decorative art, textiles, and more originating from New York City throughout the years.

Museum of the City of New York bag policy

If your luggage or backpack is bigger than 11’’ x 17’’ it won’t be allowed inside the museum, as well as scooters, sports equipment, strollers, bikes, roller skates, and similar items. We have partners in convenience stores, hotels, and businesses in the area so it’ll be easy to find luggage storage before your visit.

The Morgan Library & Museum

Are you a bookworm taking a trip to NYC? This museum is a must-visit spot, filled with some very historically significant pieces like three Gutenberg Bibles and drawings done by Michelangelo. If you visit during the holiday season you’ll also get to see a first edition copy of A Christmas Carol by Dickens. The building was formerly the private library for J. Pierpont Morgan, but today it can be enjoyed by everyone.

The Morgan Library & Museum bag policy

Given the delicate nature of this museum’s collection, there are some restrictions as to what can be brought inside. The library's code of contact details guest expectation such as, if you have an umbrella it has to be kept inside a bag. Other items like suitcases, bikes, skateboards, and food will have to be left elsewhere before you can enter. Look for our convenient locations for baggage storage just a short walk away from the museum.

National September 11 Memorial & Museum

Every visit to NYC should include a stop at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. Come pay your respects at the outdoor memorial before experiencing its accompanying museum, which pays tribute to the close to 3,000 people who lost their lives during the attacks in 1993. 

Although your visit will be solemn, you can appreciate the importance and beauty of this landmark. Admire two of the biggest manmade waterfalls in North America, flowing into a reflection pool spanning almost an acre.

National September 11 Memorial & Museum bag policy

According the museum's health and safety guidelines, if you visit the memorial museum will be asked to store big bags, umbrellas, backpacks, and other objects the museum considers unsafe for guests and the exhibits, as well as items exceeding 19’’ x 17’’ x 8’’. Guests go through a security screening, so having the least amount of things on you as possible is ideal. Stop by one of our luggage storage spots to leave any unnecessary belongings.

If you'd rather take the road less traveled for a quiet day, take a look at our guide to non-touristy things to do in New York for some inspiration.

Are there luggage lockers in New York City? 

The short answer is yes, there are! Luggage lockers are available at certain tourist attractions. For example, there are lockers available for you to use on Liberty Island when you go to visit the Statue of Liberty. With a 25-cent deposit, you can have access to the locker for up to 2 hours.

But be careful — make sure you always check the bag policy of the tourist attraction before you visit. For the Statue of Liberty, you'll need to take a ferry over to the island, and those ferries don't allow luggage or carry-on cases of any kind onto the boat. Plus, while there are luggage lockers on Liberty Island, there are none available at the dock.

When it comes to using public lockers to store your bags in, these are few and far between these days in NYC. But that's not a problem — our New York luggage storage locations work in the same way as luggage storage lockers, but you'll get to have a dedicated Bounce partner to watch over your belongings rather than leaving them unattended in a public space, whether you're at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Midtown Manhattan, or Newark Airport.

At Bounce, we have more than 300 affordable luggage storage options across New York. Wherever you are in the city, you'll be able to find one of our partner locations near you.

Layover in New York? Explore the city luggage free

New York City has tourist attractions galore, and you can spend days here and only see a small portion of what it has to offer. Even if you’re just flying into the city on a layover and only have a few hours to spare, make the most of your time here and do some sightseeing. 

Nearby attractions will change depending on which airport you fly into, but NYC’s reliable public transit service makes it easy to get into the city center. Here’s how to get from the airport to the heart of town where all the fun begins.

Luggage storage near John F. Kennedy International Airport

Lots of people fly into the JFK Airport to get to New York or as a layover to another destination, and it’s super easy to get from here to the city center. Just hop on the AirTrain which leaves directly from JFK; it will bring you to Jamaica Station in no time. From here, you can use the trains to get anywhere that you desire. Tickets for the AirTrain are priced around $8.25. If you’re headed to downtown New York, there is an additional $3.00 fee.

Want somewhere to leave your bags while you explore NYC? Instead of waiting in lines at the airport baggage storage, stop by one of our secure locations. We have a spot right next to Jamaica Station, just 20 minutes transit from the airport.

Luggage storage near Newark Liberty International Airport

Perhaps you landed at Newark Airport. No problem, there’s an express bus that can take you straight into the city and is active 365 days a year. The bus stops at 3 major locations; Grand Central Station, Bryant Park, and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Tickets start at $18.00 one way or $30.00 for a round trip. The AirTrain also runs from the airport, offering a less expensive transit option at $8.25 per ticket.

If you want to keep your things nearby but don’t want to carry them around, check out some of our affordable storage spots by the airport. The closest one is only 2.21 miles away, and we have even more locations close to where the bus stops.

Luggage storage near LaGuardia Airport

Although the AirTrain isn’t an option for getting from LaGuardia Aiport to New York City, there’s another fast and convenient way of getting around. The LaGuardia Link Q70 is a bus service that’ll take you to Jackson Heights in Queens where you’ll have access to several subway lines. The best part? The bus service is free!

Don’t worry about where you’ll keep your bags during your layover. We have plenty of vetted partner locations just a little ways away from the airport, with the closest one taking less than 15 minutes to reach on foot.

Visiting other cities? Use Bounce on your future travels

While in New York stroll through The Battery in Battery Park City or gaze at the grand Empire State Building. Marvel at adorable creatures at the Central Park Zoo, or climb to the crown of the Statue of Liberty.

Secure luggage storage will come in handy as you tour the Big Apple. Don’t worry about trying to juggle your belongings and fun, stow your stuff instead. Storing luggage in New York is an easy process on the Bounce app.

Did you know that Bounce has luggage storage locations in more than 2,000 cities around the world? We want you to have the freedom to explore no matter where you are. 

This includes luggage storage in London, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Tokyo, Sydney, and more. When your wanderlust has you wanting to travel the globe, remember that we’re always here to keep your belongings safe.

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