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10,000+ locations globally
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Rated 4.9 by 480,954+ people

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    Do whatever you’d like, then show your confirmation to pick up your stuff.

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asked questions

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

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Rochester?

    There are multiple locations all around Rochester which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Ontario Beach Park, Black Creek Park, Webster Park and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Rochester?

    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 Rochester.

  • Are there storage lockers in Rochester?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are McDonald's, Rochester Public Market, and Chick-Fil-A. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Rochester are Hyatt Regency Rochester, Courtyard by Marriott Rochester Downtown, and Best Western Inn.

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

    Rochester offers several scenic parks including Highland Park, Cobbs Hill Park, and Genesee Valley Park.

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

    You can find local tourist information at Cooper Union, Greater Rochester Visitors, and Mary Jemison River Boat.


Store Your Luggage Around Rochester With Bounce

What is there not to like about Rochester in New York? If you're headed there for your first visit then you're about to find out the answer to that question for yourself. To not keep you in excited anticipation, the answer you'll discover is absolutely nothing.

Rochester is built on the shores of Lake Ontario and the part of the Genesee River that flows through the city forms a huge waterfall. Even without any more than those two amazing natural features, and Rochester has plenty, it's easy to see this New York state city is an outdoor person's sort of place. 

You don't have to be into the natural world to enjoy Rochester. There's a lot more to do in Rochester than going fishing or taking waterfall photos. Rochester has more than a fistful of good museums, for both art and history, some of the best retail outlets in the state, and close to a thousand restaurants you can take your pick from.

There's one tip that's worth remembering if you're heading to Rocester with some decent-sized luggage. Store your bags in a Bounce luggage locker in Rochester and you'll be burden-free to join in with whatever activity takes your fancy.  

Luggage Storage In Rochester 

Providing the best luggage storage service in North America was the goal when Bounce was first founded. By partnering with other companies, that's a goal Bounce achieved and then surpassed. Bounce now has the most reputable, most convenient, most secure luggage storage service across the globe. The added bonus is we've been able to keep it economical so you have the best luggage storage facility at your fingertips, no matter where you are, for an affordable price.

Rochester City Guide

Top Things To Do

When you're in Rochester, leave your outdoor gear in your suitcase, dress in comfortable casuals, and set out to explore this amazing city. What you'll find are museums and art galleries of world-class status with collections that make the Queen of England's crown jewels look shabby. Plus, stores that would satisfy any foreign princess’s quirkiest whim and restaurants with food fit for a king.


Rochester is a city that appreciates its outstanding citizens and as you find your way around, you'll notice that more than a few of them have been honored with their own museums. There's also a good selection of history museums, an automobile museum, museums dedicated to transport and canals, and even one which only exhibits vintage toys. If the museums in Rochester don't keep your brain occupied then nothing will.  

  • The Strong National Museum of Play: At a glance, the Strong National Museum of Play seems to be dedicated to a very uncultural activity, but that's not so. How we play is important and can tell us a lot about everyday life and the changes which occur in society. As well as collections of historical artifacts related to play through the ages, the Strong has galleries full of interactive displays that let you explore things like comic book heroes, evil versus good, the sciences, and dressing up.
  • The National Susan B. Anthony House and Museum: If you don't know who Susan B. Anthony was then this is one museum in Rochester you really need to visit. The legendary lady was the president of the National American Suffrage Association in the 19th century and the museum is housed in the building where she diligently worked to get women equal rights and the vote, slavery abolished, and encourage people to follow the temperance movement. On the first two, she worked major miracles, but the third was not quite so successful.
  • Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum: The Erie Canal played an important role in the development of Rochester. Drop in at the Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum and you'll discover how and why this waterway made such a difference to the city. Housed in a refurbished trolley station, this museum has collections of artifacts related to the canal, canal boats and boaters, local history, transport, and communication. The museum is only open during the canal boat season which runs from June through to September.


The one thing you won't want to do when you go shopping in Rochester is to go with no money. Even if you're on a savings spree, you'll regret it if you do, especially if you like buying handmade things. Rochester is a great place for finding unusual artisan-crafted goods that you won't find anywhere else so if you're out and about cashless, you'll be kicking yourself. There are department stores, designer boutiques, and huge malls too, but it's the smaller, individual shops that are the real attention grabbers in Rochester.

  • Craft Company N°6: Not all handicrafters can afford to run their own premises so that's where Craft Company N°6 comes in. This store stocks works by many different crafters all under one roof and all made by American or Canadian artisans. They have literally thousands of items on display that are perfect for any occasion and so good you're going to regret having to give away anything you buy.
  • The Marketplace Mall: When you see the name Marketplace Mall, don't think this is a produce market; it's not. The Marketplace Mall is a center full of outlet stores with big names at bargain prices. Why pay more when you don't have to? You can get everything here from a new spa bath to a bedside lamp to a new dress for the mother of the bride without having to splash out on the normal full retail price.
  • Village Gate Square: This is not a real shopping village, rather a huge warehouse that's been converted to represent a village square lined with shops. It's not got a massive selection of shops, but enough to keep you occupied for a couple of hours if the weather is bad. Clothes, shoes, and homeware are the main items on offer here.


There are several strong influences you'll find very apparent when you go out to eat in Rochester. The first restaurant door you're likely to come across will more than likely be serving American comfort food as that's a popular eat in this city. You'll also find a good few Mediterranean eateries, either Italian, Greek, French or Spanish, but if you want spice, that's a lot harder to find.  

  • Rella: When it comes to laid-back dining, Rella takes first prize. Rella's is a casual Italian restaurant and wine bar on Rochester's Munroe Avenue that serves up a varied menu that includes dishes such as clam chowder, oysters, and Italian risotto. They also offer a tasting menu consisting of twelve individual small dishes, as well as vegan and gluten-free options, which are all paired with Italian wines.
  • Master Falafel: If the name doesn't give the game away about what's on this restaurant's menu, you either don't eat out enough or don't follow a vegetarian diet. Masta Falafel is a Syrian restaurant on Monroe Avenue in Rochester which is the perfect dining out spot for vegetarians or those on a gluten-free diet. They make a wide range of falafel seasoned with great ingredients like sesame and soumac or stuffed with cheese. Falafel isn't the only thing on the menu either as they make super vegan stuffed vine leaves and a tabbouleh made from quinoa, plus a variety of hummus and baba ghanouj.
  • Lento: While this restaurant may have a name that means slow in Spanish, it doesn't serve Spanish food or have slow service. Lento is a restaurant with a speakeasy vibe that serves all-American fare, albeit with a few modern twists. At Lento you'll get swordfish poached in olive oil, oven chicken roasted under a brick, wolfish from Iceland pan-seared and topped with clam stew and shrimp, or braised beef cheek on a bed of horseradish. Yes, you guessed right. Lento is fine dining with a capital D.

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