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Rated 4.9 by 449,372+ people

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Raleigh?

    The price for luggage storage in Raleigh starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Raleigh?

    There are multiple locations all around Raleigh which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Crowder District Park, Raleigh Rugby Complex, Porter Farms & Nursery and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Raleigh?

    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 Raleigh.

  • Are there storage lockers in Raleigh?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are McDonald's, Chick-Fil-A, and The Cheesecake Factory. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Raleigh are Comfort Inn, Sheraton Raleigh Hotel, and Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Raleigh?

    Raleigh offers several scenic parks including Dorothea Dix Park, Lake Johnson Park, and Pullen Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Raleigh?

    You can find local tourist information at Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau, Historic Oakwood Candlelight Tour, and Historic Raleigh Trolley.


Store Your Luggage Around Raleigh With Bounce

When you're in Raleigh, do as the North Carolinians do. Enjoy every single moment of the city's superb cultural facilities and the amazing shopping opportunities and dine out every night, or at least most of them, in one great restaurant or another. 

Raleigh has a history dating back to the days of Sir Walter Raleigh, an English explorer, and is who the city is named after. That's a long time, over four hundred years, and a lot of important events have come and gone in the ensuing years. Many of those happenings are detailed in the city's diverse museums. Stores to wander round at leisure is one thing Raleigh is definitely not lacking and the same can be said about the city's eateries. But as the old saying goes, you can have too much of a good thing, so be prepared to be just a little overwhelmed.

Raleigh covers an immense area, over one-hundred and forty square miles, and as not all of the things you want to see and do will be in the city center, you may need to use public transport to get around. There are almost half a million people living and working in Raleigh so the subways and bus services are always chock-a-block. It's impossible to maneuver on either when you’re weighed down with Luggage. The easiest solution is to leave your stuff at a Bounce luggage storage service in Raleigh. You'll be glad you did.

Luggage Storage In Raleigh

There is only one goal Bounce and businesses partnered with Bounce aim to achieve and that's to provide a first-class, reliable luggage storage service in Raleigh as well as in other cities around North America and across the globe. Bounce and their partners succeed in doing just that by offering luggage storage facilities in conveniently situated locations that cater for all sizes of baggage, are tagged for security, and are hireable at an affordable price.

Raleigh City Guide

Top Things To Do

When you take a look at the top things to do in Raleigh, you may well find yourself saying wow, I didn't know that was there. If you don't then you either have seriously eclectic entertainment tastes or haven’t read through the list properly. The museums, stores, and restaurants in Raleigh are exactly as they should be which is worthy of being located in a cosmopolitan state capital.


There are more than a couple of dozen museums in Raleigh and if you visited each and every one of them you still wouldn't have seen the same thing twice. There are museums about local history, ecosystems, firefighters, the African-American culture in North Carolina, art, and even drag racing to name but a few.

  • City of Raleigh Museum: There are over five thousand artifacts in the City of Raleigh Museum which tell the city's story from its founding right up to the present times. Located on Fayetteville Street in the Downtown district, the museum is housed in what was once a hardware store that operated from the late 19th century until the end of the 20th century when it was relocated. The museum takes up space on the ground and first floor levels of the historic building with permanent as well as temporary exhibitions relating to Raleigh and its residents.
  • Marbles Kids Museum: Any child would be thrilled with a visit to the Marbles Kids Museum. At this innovative, award-winning and wildly colorful museum, they get to play on interactive exhibits which will teach them about all sorts of things. The museum encourages kids to use their marbles and marbles are everywhere including being used as a decoration too. Don't miss taking the kids to see the one million marble wall when it's illuminated at night. It's an absolute marble.
  • Legends of Harley Drag Racing Museum: Pay a visit to the Legends of Harley Drag Racing Museum and you'll learn all about these incredible speed machines. There's no other museum in the world quite like this one, so make the most of your stay in Raleigh to go there. It's a unique opportunity. The museum's collection can be attributed to one man who is the legend of drag racing, Ray Price, and as well as the drag bikes he rode there are extensive displays of photographs depicting his participation in the sport.


Uptown, downtown, and even out of town, there are malls everywhere in Raleigh and if you haven't got a month of spare time to go shopping, you're never going to see them all. There are three of the best shopping malls in Raleigh detailed below to get you started. While you might not want to, if you're only on a short visit, it's probably best to leave the rest until next time.  

  • North Hills Mall: Think of an outdoor mall you're familiar with and then think bigger. North Hills Mall isn't a mall in the usual sense of the word, but an entire shopping district in Raleigh. North Hills Mall is part of the Midtown district and on its streets there are over a hundred and thirty stores, some with recognizable names and others not, but that's not a problem as you can expect quality goods and reasonable prices in all of them.
  • Crabtree Valley Mall: When size is of the essence, but you don't want to shop outdoors because the weather is bad, you need to go to Crabtree Valley Mall. Crabtree Valley is the biggest indoor shopping mall in Raleigh and there you'll find department stores like Macy's and Sears as well as two-hundred plus more shops. If you're going shopping for something specific, make a list because as soon as you step into this mall you'll be so distracted, you'll end up going home without it.
  • State Farmers Market: Support the North Carolina farming community by visiting the State Farmers Market. Unlike many farmer’s markets, this one is open seven days a week, three-hundred and sixty days of the year. Even farmers like Thanksgiving and Christmas off. Wear comfortable shoes to go round this market as there are thirty-thousand square feet covered with produce stalls as well as fifteen-thousand square feet's worth of shops, a section for imported goods, a trucker's building for bulk buying, and a wholesale section.


An almost endless choice of cuisines are the key words that describe the food scene in Raleigh. Think of a country, its national dishes or elevated versions of traditional food and you'll find a restaurant in Raleigh with it on the menu.

  • Sitti: Sitti is a restaurant serving traditional Lebanese food in a smart premises with a patio for outside dining when the weather is right. Lunch and dinner menus differ greatly but you're bound to find something you like on either, whether it's falafel with dips, mouhamra, a lamb shawarma, or samkeh harra. This restaurant is particularly good for vegetarians as they have a wide selection of vegetable dishes on the menu both day and night.
  • Bida Manda: For something completely different try Bida Manda. Bida Manda is a restaurant that concentrates on making delicious Laotian food. The décor in the dining hall is a celebration of the Laos culture and that continues to the dishes they put on the table. If you've never eaten Laotian before, now is your chance to try it. After you've tasted crispy belly pork soup, sea bass mok, pad lao, or khao soi once, you'll be searching for a Loatian restaurant in every other city you go to.
  • Pooles: Sometimes just getting a big plate of homestyle food in a nice surrounding is all you need. Pop into Poole's in Raleigh and you'll be presented with exactly that. Undeniably comfortable with a definite 1945 vibe, this restaurant specializes in seasonal comfort food. What they have on the menu on any given day is posted by the entrance on a chalkboard. No two days are ever the same except for one dinnertime staple of good old mac and cheese.

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