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

    The price for luggage storage in Richmond starts from just CA$8.00/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 Stanley Park, Rocky Point Park, Port Moody, Buntzen Lake 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 McCafé, McDonald's, and Duffin's Donuts. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Richmond are Sandman Signature Vancouver Airport Hotel & Resort, Executive Airport Plaza Hotel, and Accent Inn Vancouver Airport.

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

    Richmond offers several scenic parks including Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, and Riverfront Park.

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

    You can find local tourist information at PC Tours, Wingo Travel Canada, and Igoholiday.

  • What public transportation exists within Richmond?

    When flying to Richmond, you're likely to pass through Vancouver International Airport (YVR). You're likely to pass through Harrison Bus Loop, Richmond Transit Center, or Bridgeport Bus Loop if arriving by bus and Bridgeport Station, Marine Drive SkyTrain Station, or SkyTrain-King Edward if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like Sea Island Centre SkyTrain Station can be used for transit within Richmond.

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Store your luggage around Richmond with Bounce 

British Columbia has truly come into its own as a travel destination. Vancouver and the surrounding areas have exploded in popularity. The natural beauty surrounding the city is incredible, and the cultural offerings in these towns have come to the forefront of their appeal. One of Vancouver’s most-visited suburbs is the town of Richmond, where Vancouver International Airport is situated. 

While the airport may be its primary claim to fame, there’s a thriving Asian community that has gained notoriety for its astounding restaurant scene. Throughout Richmond, there are incredible restaurants serving traditional and contemporary cuisine from Hong Kong, China, Korea, and other East Asian countries. For Canadian and international foodies, Richmond has become a destination for its unbelievable food scene. 

Aside from the dining and cultural offerings, there’s plenty to do in Richmond. Here’s everything you need to know: 

Luggage storage in Richmond

In terms of transportation hubs, there are some limited options (such as luggage lockers) for travelers arriving from Vancouver International Airport or at the train station. These can work in a pinch if you have smaller items, but if you’re stuck with your luggage for a few hours and need a place to store it while you sightsee (it's a shame to visit Richmond without exploring a bit) or are in Richmond on business, you’ll want to look into luggage storage in Richmond with Bounce. 

Bounce’s luggage storage facilities offer premium features like 24/7 customer support from a dedicated team. There are also ultra-friendly attendants at each storage spot that provide service with a smile. Many customers strike up friendly conversations with these kind people and even receive some useful travel tips. There’s the BounceShield Guarantee which ensures quality and security, so you’ll have the peace of mind to actually enjoy your trip. All this considered, it’s pretty clear that Bounce is the best way to store your luggage in Richmond.

Richmond city guide 

Top things to do in Richmond

Like many places in British Columbia, there are plenty of outdoor activities to be had within a short distance of downtown Richmond. Many travelers will fly through the town on their way to far-off skiing destinations, but there are plenty of parks within driving distance, and there is the amazing waterfront along the Strait of Georgia. Iona Beach Regional Park and Minoru Park are both within a few miles of Richmond’s city center, and landmarks like the Gulf of Georgia Cannery are great to visit as well. 

Asian communities place a strong emphasis on shopping centers and markets, and Richmond is a great place to head to destinations like its vibrant Night Market or the CF Richmond Centre. All of these places are great for sampling street food while shopping around. 

There’s a lot to pack into a few days in Richmond, especially if you’re just passing through. Here are a few ideas for where to start: 

Museums in Richmond

Gulf of Georgia Cannery 

Richmond and the greater Vancouver area have long been one of the most prolific producers of canned fish in North America. Salmon canning, in particular, has been one of Canada's most fruitful industries, and one of its most productive facilities was located in Richmond. You can tour the Gulf of Georgia Cannery that’s been repurposed into a museum. You'll learn about the industry and its impact on Canadian history through guided tours of the cannery and old machinery. You'll learn about the fascinating stories of the laborers who worked in this industry, many of whom were immigrants. Not to worry, you won't be able to smell any of what these workers had to endure.

Richmond Olympic Oval

This world-class athletic training facility was built for the 2010 Winter Olympics. It may seem like a space-age gym, but the Richmond Olympic Oval is a true architectural marvel. The sleek design of its unique roof and building house modern facilities, an Olympic-sized ice rink, along with courts and tracks for various sports and recreational activities. You can tour the facilities, learning about how it was designed and constructed for the Olympic Games. If you're so inclined, you can also pay to train at this facility. There are even virtual facilities where visitors can simulate the experience of competing in the games, including kayaking through the rapids or down the mountains via bobsleigh. 

Richmond Olympic Oval Bag Policy

There isn’t a bag policy in place for visitors of the Olympic Oval who are touring the facility, but there aren’t any storage options, either. There are lockers for the athletes who have paid to train at the Olympic Oval in the locker room. If you’re touring the facilities and museum, you’ll want to find a place to store your luggage. 

Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site

Along the same stretch of coastline as the cannery, you’ll find the historic Britannia Shipyards. Touring the shipyards, you’ll catch a glimpse into the maritime and fishing heritage of Richmond. Numerous buildings have been restored so that you’ll see where countless fishermen and shipwrights toiled away throughout the decades of Richmond’s heyday as a boatbuilding and fishing hotbed. The boat-building equipment is particularly fascinating.

Some of these landmarks are situated on rugged terrain, so it’s much better to book luggage storage and drop the bags off before heading to the Cannery or Shipyards. Luckily, there are luggage storage options like Bounce, which have locations near the best travel destinations and museums. 

Shopping in Richmond

CF Richmond Centre

If you need to actually shop during your trip to Richmond, then this should be your first port of call. There are over 200 stores consisting mainly of recognizable international brands like Michael Kors, Sephora, and Hugo Boss. It’s one of the largest malls in Canada, so you won’t have a hard time finding a place to shop.

Steveston Village

While Richmond’s shopping malls have a particular charm owing to the cultural contributions of its Asian community, you still might prefer some open-air shopping. Catch some sea breeze and experience Canada’s Pacific charms at this picturesque coastal village just outside of Richmond. You’ll find boutiques and artisan stores selling everything from jewelry to outdoor gear to Native American-made goods and gifts.  

Richmond Night Market

This could probably fall under either category because Richmond Night Market is a foodie destination for its incredible street food. As a shopping destination, it’s equally appealing for the many vendors selling everything from imported Asian goods to secondhand furniture. If you’re not in the market for anything in particular, this is a solid place to grab a lamb skewer, some mochi, or spicy squid and people-watch. 

If you’re heading to one of these vibrant shopping centers or perusing through the local shops of downtown Richmond, you’ll want a secure location to store the bags while you poke around. That’s why Bounce places its luggage storage locations near the best shopping destinations because lugging the bags around a mall will only slow down your shopping spree!  

Restaurants in Richmond

Chef Tony Seafood Restaurant

This is easily one of the best restaurants in Richmond if you're dining with a group. It features an encyclopedic menu of classy dim sum dishes served in a relaxed and sociable setting. There's nothing better on a Friday night in Richmond. Don't skip the lamb belly or deep-fried taro.

Lido Restaurant

The only endorsement you'll ever truly need for a restaurant is whether or not the locals dine there. On any given morning, you'll find hordes of local Richmond residents lined up outside of this Hong Kong-style eatery waiting for the buttery pineapple buns. The lunch and dinner menu becomes a little zany with the introduction of Western-style deli sandwiches, all of which are perfectly serviceable for a quick meal. The egg drop soup with noodles and squid balls is one of the most satisfying dishes in all of Richmond and perfect for those cold, rainy British Columbia days.

Lamajoun

The location in an old industrial park is far from charming. But as any foodie will tell you, some of the most authentic dining experiences happen in the most unexpected places. This restaurant serves a boat-shaped flatbread called pide, which is filled with meat and an egg before being baked in an oven. It’s absolutely incredible to share. Make sure to order some Shanghai-style bao to start. 

Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle

For all things Taiwanese, head to this cozy diner serving the country’s national dish. Heaps of beef shank are slow-cooked in a hearty broth, served with noodles (flat or thin), and topped with a slice of beef bacon. If you’re a carnivore, there's simply nothing better than what's in this steamy bowl, especially during the winter. 

Many of these restaurants are absolutely slammed with customers hungrily waiting for their tables. Dragging the bags through a crowded restaurant is hardly ideal, so it’s much better to find luggage storage near the restaurant and drop the bags off. Bounce’s luggage storage network has plenty of locations near dining and nightlife areas so that customers can store their bags while enjoying a meal. 

Conclusion 

The best option for luggage storage Richmond has to offer is clearly Bounce, but then you can also store luggage in nearby cities like Vancouver. Bounce also offers luggage storage just across the US border in Bellingham and in Victoria on Vancouver Island. These cities are all easy to reach, with plenty of things to check out. Bounce has luggage storage facilities and has even made nifty travel guides for each of them. So if you’re traveling through British Columbia, you know which luggage storage service you can rely on.

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