This was so cool!!!! Great service, extremely easy to use, and totally affordable! I didn't know where I'd leave my luggage while we explored San Fran, so I easily Googled luggage storage and found this company. At first it was a little odd drop...
Can’t believe I haven’t used this service until now. So easy & convenient. I 100% recommend.
Ching Yuan Y.
Bounce is the best luggage storage service provider in the New York. I sent an email at midnight , and I got an email back in 10 mins. They are not only solve my issue but also provide solutions. You have to try Bounce !!
I used Bounce during a recent trip to NYC, and I was pleasantly surprised at the ease and convenience of the process. To be honest, at first, I was very apprehensive. The thought of leaving your stuff at a random store, in a place where you are ...
Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check.
Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!
Fantastic experience with Bounce! Stored a bag at the Grand Central location and on my last day at the 9/11 Memorial location. Both locations had friendly, efficient staff that were helpful and made everything very easy. Such a great option if y...
How it works
Find the location closest to you - we have locations all around the city.
Drop off items
Head to the store and show your booking receipt and you're good to go.
Enjoy the city
Go about your day without lugging around your things. Live Life Light!
Located on the Embarcadero, the San Francisco Ferry Building offers artisan food and drinks as well as an assortment of of small shops purveying local culture and cuisine. Designed by A. Page Brown in the Beaux Arts style, the Ferry Building started operations in 1898. One of San Francisco’s most famous landmarks, before becoming the bustling marketplace its now known for, it once served as the primary port of the city for over 100 years. In March 2003, the Ferry Building Marketplace opened to the public, and is now a popular tourist destination, and frequently sees many locals both regularly and during its weekly farmers market. Fun fact: The Ferry Building’s iconic 245-foot-tall clock tower was modeled after the Giralda bell tower in Seville, Spain.
Things to Do at the Ferry Building
Whether or not you’re taking a trip on the water, the famous blue Ferry Building is a must-visit destination in San Francisco. Here are some highlights that you shouldn’t miss out on:
Hop aboard a ferry for service across five commuter lines
Tour the bay with the Golden Gate Ferry or Blue Gold Fleet for a day on the water
Snap a photo with your loved ones with the Bay Bridge in the backdrop
Select local fruit and vegetables at the farmer’s market (open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday)
Attend special events and lectures at Book Passage and Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant
Feast on organic Vietnamese fare at Slanted Door
Taste test three different variations of oysters at the Hog Island Oyster Co.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at Donut Farm, Dandelion Chocolate, and Humphry Slocombe
Transit Options at the Ferry Building
San Francisco Bay Ferry: Alameda Main Street, Harbor Bay, Oakland Jack London Square, Richmond, Vallejo/Mare Island
Muni F-Market and E-Embarcadero streetcars
Muni Metro at Embarcadero
BART at Embarcadero
SFMTA cable car: California line
Caltrain at San Francisco (Fourth and King Street): transfer to Muni Metro (N-Judah)
SolTrans Route 82
Luggage Storage near the Ferry Building
Luggage storage at the San Francisco Ferry Building isn’t offered to the public. However, if you need to store your bags near the Ferry Building, look no further than Bounce.