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asked questions

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

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Richmond?

    There are multiple locations all around Richmond which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Petersburg National Battlefield, Rockwood Park, Pole Green Park and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Richmond?

    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 Richmond.

  • Are there storage lockers in Richmond?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Wawa, Chick-Fil-A, and McDonald's. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Richmond are Delta Hotels by Marriott Richmond Downtown, Holiday Inn Express Richmond - Midtown, an IHG Hotel, and Hilton Richmond Downtown.

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

    Richmond offers several scenic parks including Byrd Park, Monroe Park, and Joseph Bryan Park.

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

    You can find local tourist information at Haunts Of Richmond Phantoms Of Franklin, Eerie Nights Ghost Tour, and Richmond Historic Haunts - Uncivil Wards Tour.


Store Your Luggage Around Richmond With Bounce

Richmond in Virginia is renowned for its part in the American Civil War. While that is obviously not still ongoing, you will encounter a battle or two there. The battle you'll have will be how to fit in all the great things there are to do in Richmond without accidentally overstaying the duration of your visit.

Museums of interest are not limited to the Civil War by any means, so if you're not into military history, you'll still find one that will pique your curiosity. That's the same for shopping in Richmond too. Big department stores are fine, and Richmond has plenty, but they're not everyone's favorite. If you're someone who prefers smaller retail outlets lining both sides of a main street or around a square, you're going to be in your shopping nirvana in this city. Food-wise, the offerings in the restaurants in Richmond are as varied as they come. You'll be able to indulge in fine dining, slurp up some Asian-style noodles, or just go out for a quick burger – the choice is yours.

Before you hit the town to go sightseeing, shopping or eating, stop and think. Most places, no matter what activity they're dedicated to, won't allow you entry if you're carrying big bags. Deposit your bags at a Bounce luggage storage service in Raleigh and you'll be good to go.

Luggage Storage In Richmond

What Bounce and Bounce partners do is provide the best luggage storage service in Raleigh, across America, and in multiple locations worldwide. Maintaining Bounce's formidable reputation for secure, convenient, and economical baggage storage is a main priority. You'll find Bounce luggage lockers exactly where you need them most, in city centers, at train and bus stations, and at airports, because Bounce doesn't want you to have to go out of your way with your bags to find one.

Richmond City Guide

Top Things To Do

If you were writing a list of the top things to do in Richmond you could just about guarantee your pen would run out of ink before you'd finished it. It's not possible to mention all the best things to do in Richmond here, but there are three museums, three retail outlets, and three restaurants mentioned below that you really shouldn't miss when you're in this Virginian city.


The variety of museums in Richmond is incredible. From the American Civil War to the life of author Edgar Allan Poe, children's museums, specialist art museums, and mansions maintained in their original state, they cover an amazing amount of interests so you'll easily find one to suit.

  • American Civil War Museum: The American Civil War Museum in Richmond covers this era of discord in the then, un-united states, in-depth. The museum is split between three individual sites, two of which are in Richmond and the other in Appomattox. You can find out all about the important battles, who won what and the people who played major roles in this pivotal moment in American history. You don't need to be a fan of military history to enjoy visiting this museum, just interested in the past.
  • Poe Museum: Richmond was Edgar Allan Poe’s hometown. The Poe Museum is, very aptly, housed in a building that was once the general office of a local newspaper where Poe had worked in his youth. In the gardens of the building is a shrine to his memory, but what interests most visitors are the extensive collections of Poe-related articles the museum houses. Don't be surprised if you’re greeted at the museum's entrance by the two resident black cats. Poe was a cat-lover and they reside at the museum in his honor.
  • Tredegar Ironworks: The Tredegar Ironworks is a building that will transport you back to the days of the American Industrial Revolution. Built in the 1830s, the ironworks housed a foundry that produced locomotives, iron cladding for warships, and various domestic items. These days the building has been put to other purposes and is a privately owned museum as well as the visitor center for the Richmond National Battlefield Park.  


To mall or not to mall, that is the conundrum you'll need to solve when you go shopping in Richmond. Then on top of that, you'll need to decide between big malls and small malls, department stores or boutiques, but don't spend too long deliberating or you'll be wasting too much precious shopping time.

  • The Shops at 5807: The Shops at 5807 are a group of bespoke boutique-type shops nestled together at one address on Patterson Avenue. There are twenty stores in total stocking a wide range of gifts, homeware, fashion items, and jewelry. It’s the place in Richmond where you'll find some weird and wonderful stuff like smoking signs, skirts made of tie-dyed fabrics, and original, on-off artworks you'll be only too happy to give to someone as a gift.
  • Stony Point Fashion Park: if you're looking to buy some new clothes then the best place to go in Richmond is Stony Point Fashion Park. This mall is crammed with clothes stores selling all the latest trendy wear, shoes, boots, and booze. At Stony Point you can even purchase high fashion for your cat or dog, get a tuxedo custom-made or, if you're getting ready to pop the question, a diamond ring from Tiffany's and Co.
  • West End Antique Mall: Sometimes the best treasures are ones that have accumulated dirt, dust, and years. You won't find anything new in the West End Antique Mall, just lots of pre-loved treasures looking for a new home. There are over two hundred and fifty different traders in the mall who sell antiques from the US, the UK, and all around the world. Expect it to take you quite a while to explore this Richmond treasure trove.  


If only Phileas Fog had known about Richmond it would have saved him quite a lot of time. He wouldn't have needed to be going round the world as the world would have come to him, the same as it will to you, via the restaurants in Richmond. You'll find food from a multitude of different countries being served here and no, you don't need a hot air balloon to get to any of them, just a cab will do.

  • L'Opossum: There are no opossums in France so this seems like a very strange name for a restaurant serving French food. There are opossums in the US though and you'll be pleased to know, no opossums on the L'Opossum's menu either. What is on the menu are traditional French dishes elevated to a new level that would make even Jacques Pepin take a second look.
  • Kuba Kuba: Kuba Kuba is a restaurant offering Cuban food served with a panache that doesn't normally go with this type of street food. Deep-fried plantains, empanadillas, and arroz con pollo are what you're likely to dine on here. Wash that down with an ice-cold Cuba libre and you won't have much to complain about.
  • Restaurant Adarro: The Restaurant Adarro is a secret Spanish hideaway where you can get some classy tapas and very sophisticated wine vintages to go with them. Razor clams, Iberian ham carved from the bone, roasted octopus, and garlic shrimp are just a few delicious examples of their excellent tapas selection. There are no big plates on the menu, so if you're very hungry you'll have to choose a few different ones to fill you up. That's all part of the fun.

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