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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Santa Fe?

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Santa Fe?

    There are multiple locations all around Santa Fe which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Blue Mesa Alpacas, Pecos National Historic Park, Bandelier National Monument and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Santa Fe?

    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 Santa Fe.

  • Are there storage lockers in Santa Fe?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are McDonald's, Chick-Fil-A, and Sonic Drive-In. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Santa Fe are La Fonda Santa Fe, Santa Fe Sage Inn, and Courtyard by Marriott Santa Fe.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Santa Fe?

    Santa Fe offers several scenic parks including Las Acequias Park, Ragle Park, and Franklin Miles Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Santa Fe?

    You can find local tourist information at New Mexico Tourism Department, Loretto Line Tours, and Santa Fe Walkabouts.

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Book luggage storage in Santa Fe and check out the top things to do

In Santa Fe, the second-largest city in New Mexico, you will find plenty to do, especially as the city has always attracted a cross-section of people from the art world. In addition, as the city dates back all the way to 1607, there is a rich historical-cultural base that will interest anyone who is curious about the earliest formative days of the country.

The Adobe-style buildings, mixed cultural heritage, and varied arts, plus eating and cultural options mean that any visit to Santa Fe is going to be both fascinating and fun.

The one thing that could put a damper on your visit would be having to carry or drag a pile of heavy bags with you. That is where you should turn to Bounce luggage storage services. They offer easy-to-access lockers that will allow you to enjoy your Santa Fe visit unencumbered.

Luggage Storage in Santa Fe

Bounce has gone out of their way to understand the traveler’s mindset and address one of the biggest problems that any traveler faces - where to leave excess bags. By teaming up with local businesses, Bounce is able to provide secure luggage storage at convenient places. They also offer free insurance so that the traveler can enjoy their stay with complete peace of mind. Add to that an online booking facility that ensures a spot for your bags when you arrive and you have the perfect solution to any luggage storage problem.

Top Things to do

This city boasts one of the most multicultural populations in the US combined with fabulous architecture and some of the purest air in the whole world. From ancient chapels to state-of-the-art museums and a buzzing nightlife, you won't want for things to do on any stayover in Santa Fe. Here are some of the most popular options:


  • New Mexico Museum of Art. This museum is housed in a building that was purpose-built in 1917, but which was carefully designed to reflect the original adobe style that is so prominent in Santa Fe. It houses a broad spectrum of artworks designed to reflect the whole of New Mexico society and as a result, you can expect to see very varied exhibits. You can join a guided tour or amble around at your own pace. (You won’t be able to store large luggage items here and as hauling bags around the museum is not an option you should consider dropping your bags at a nearby Bounce luggage storage service.)
  • The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Regarded as one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, this museum is a must-see for anyone interested in contemporary art. It displays paintings and drawings by this artist as well as offering an insight into her thought processes as she created these now famous works. She first visited New Mexico in 1929 and was immediately attracted by the light and the vast desert landscapes which came to influence much of her work. After spending the summers there for twenty years she finally moved permanently to the area after the death of her husband. Initially recognized in the US, O'Keeffe went on to become an artist of international renown. (While the museum does have a cloakroom, they will not accept large bags so use your nearest Bounce facility to store your bags.)
  • The Santa Fe Museum of International Folk Art. Most of the initial pieces that started this collection were donated by Florence Dibble Bartlet. Her art came from thirty-four different countries but the collection has been growing ever since and the museum now houses more than 130,000 pieces from over one hundred countries. Folk art tends to be handmade and can be either utilitarian or not, but offers a great insight into the culture from which it comes. This collection, the largest of its kind in the world, is fun to explore and will expose visitors to a diverse range of societies. (This building is crammed with small breakable items and hauling bags through the building is not possible. You might like to consider making a reservation at the nearest Bounce luggage storage facility.)


Santa Fe offers its visitors a wide range of shopping options so even the most die-hard shopper can expect to make some new and interesting discoveries here. Whether you are looking for mementos of your trip, a hand-woven carpet, or that perfect pair of cowboy boots, you will be able to find what you are looking for as well as plenty of surprises.

  • Santa Fe Place Mall. Covering 57 acres this is a mall that offers pretty much everything that most shoppers could want. There are many of the big names that will be easily recognizable such as Foot Locker, Victoria’s Secret and JC Penney’s as well as smaller independent boutiques and galleries. If you decide to include some dining with your shopping excursion that won’t be a problem here, as there is a plethora of restaurants and coffee shops.
  • Santa Fe Farmers Market. The local farmers market is always the best place to pick up fresh local produce and experience life among the people who produce the food. This farmers market becomes more of an outing than just a shopping trip and many of the locals treat it as a bit of an excuse to dress up and share some time with friends and family. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy local dishes or to find artisanal crafts.
  • De Vargas Center. This center offers all of the basics you might find yourself needing such as a post office or hairdresser, and many of the big-name brands have also staked a claim in this center. You can grab a coffee at Starbucks or try out an independent retailer. If you have family that doesn't appreciate your need to shop, you can drop them off at the local bowling alley while you do what you have to do.


This is a sophisticated and multi-cultural city and, as one would expect, there is a huge diversity of dining options to consider. Mexican restaurants obviously take center stage, but don’t be lulled into thinking that this is all that there is on offer.

  • Italian food: Even when traveling, it can be hard to resist a good Italian meal, and Santa Fe offers some fine Italian options. Named after a small Italian town famed for its wine, Sasella is owned by an award-winning Italian chef and offers dishes from all over Italy. Osteria D’Assisi serves high-end dishes from the Tuscany region and is both vegan and vegetarian friendly, while Il Vicino serves quick bites and pizza baked in a wood oven.
  • Asian food: Virtually the whole of Asia’s culinary world is represented in Santa Fe and the most difficult thing you are going to have to do is decide what dish you fancy. If you are into sushi then Sushi Land East might be the restaurant for you. Here, if you don't fancy trying to work out what each dish consists of, you can order the chef’s choice dinner and hand responsibility to him. If Vietnamese food is more to your taste then try Saigon Vietnamese Kitchen and for Chinese, you might think about Lu Lu's.
  • Mexican Food: Who could even consider a visit to New Mexico without taking in at least one Mexican meal? Sazon is housed in a fabulous adobe building and offers top-end Mexican cuisine. The artwork surrounding you adds to the culinary experience. Café Pasqual's is small and intimate and very popular, while Palacio Café is a great place to enjoy an outdoor breakfast.

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