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Rated 4.9 by 527,466+ people

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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    The price for luggage storage near Vancouver Pacific Central Station starts from CA$6.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Vancouver Pacific Central Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal, Surrey Central Station, and Scott Road SkyTrain Station and all over Vancouver.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    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 near Vancouver Pacific Central Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Vancouver Pacific Central Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Vancouver Pacific Central Station and in the broader Vancouver area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    Popular metro stations like Waterfront SeaBus Terminal or Granville Skytrain Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Vancouver near Vancouver Pacific Central Station, you may be close to some bus stations: Phibbs Bus Exchange, Harrison Bus Loop, or Lonsdale Quay Bus Loop. If traveling by train, Joyce - Collingwood SkyTrain Station, Main Street – Science World SkyTrain Station, and Burrard SkyTrain Station are nearest to Vancouver Pacific Central Station.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Vancouver Pacific Central Station are Lonsdale Quay Market, Hyatt Regency Vancouver, and Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Vancouver Pacific Central Station are HI-Vancouver Jericho Beach, SameSun Backpacker Lodge, and St Clair Hotel - Hostel.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Vancouver Pacific Central Station are Rogers Arena, McDonald's, and Wendy's.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Vancouver Pacific Central Station?

    Check out the nearby West Vancouver Sea Wall, Stanley Park, and Pacific Spirit Regional Park.

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About Vancouver Pacific Central Station

Built in 1919, the Vancouver Pacific Central Station is a busy transportation hub in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. Not only is it a train station, but it also serves as the main bus terminal for Greyhound. Designed in a neoclassical revival style, this unique building was named a heritage railway station in 1991. 

Travelers can work on the go, as there’s free Wi-Fi throughout the Vancouver Pacific Central Station. If you’re looking for a place to grab a bite, choose from Ekki Sushi, A&W Restaurant, or the Cappuccino Bar. You can also shop for one-of-a-kind souvenirs and gift items to take home from Joan’s Gems and Gifts.

Stop by must-visit neighborhoods like the Olympic Village and the historic Chinatown. These diverse districts are a short distance from the station and are home to numerous restaurants, parks, traditional markets, and beautiful gardens.

Fun Fact: Vancouver Pacific Central Station has been the location of 14 television series and films, such as The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Flash, Psych, the X-Files, and Fringe. So while there, have a behind-the-scenes tour of the areas where these notable shows were filmed.

Traveling and navigating public transportation with your hands full of bags can take time and effort. Lighten your load on your next adventure with our Vancouver luggage storage service. This way, you can spend more time making unforgettable memories than dealing with the logistics of your luggage.

Is there luggage storage at Pacific Central Station Vancouver?

Yes, Pacific Central Station has checked baggage storage, but they’re only available for VIA Rail and Amtrak passengers traveling on the same day. The last pick-up is typically at 4 p.m., with no overnight storage.

With Bounce, you can store luggage, carry-on bags, backpacks, or suitcases for 24 hours or as long as you need. You can also easily book a Bounce storage spot, ensuring you’ll have a spot for your belongings. We have luggage storage facilities within walking distance from the train station.

Can train stations hold luggage?

Most train stations in major cities like Vancouver, BC, have storage lockers for travelers. But unlike a luggage storage facility, these lockers have size restrictions. It means items must be within the locker size to be stored there.

But that’s not the case with our luggage storage service. There’s no restriction on the size of bags you can store in our facility. If you’re unsure whether or not your items can be stored, we have an amazing customer support team to assist you and find the most convenient storage location for your needs.

Does Vancouver have lockers?

Yes, there are several storage lockers and units in Vancouver. But if you’re looking for a more personal experience and bypass waiting in line, it’s best to book with Bounce.

Choose from several storage locations near your destination and select the drop-off and pick-up times, as well as the number of items you want to store. Then, head to the baggage drop-off site. Once there, you’ll be greeted by our friendly store partner, who will be happy to give you recommendations on where to shop and eat in Vancouver. With a straightforward booking process, you can start your adventure right away without excess bags.

Things to do near Vancouver Pacific Central Station

Whether you’re a frequent commuter or taking public transportation in Vancouver for the first time, there are plenty of surprises to keep you entertained while waiting for your train. Satisfy your cravings at a quaint eatery, soak up some sun at one of the parks on the waterfront, or grab your travel essentials at the local shops nearby. Don’t forget to leave your luggage with one of our Bounce partners for safekeeping so nothing slows you down during your trip.

Science World

Marvel at the intriguing world of science at Vancouver’s Science World. It’s a stone’s throw from the train station, so you can go to the center on foot in less than ten minutes, depending on your speed. Join an organized tour or visit on your own to see the featured artworks by local artists, discover the scientific process in the Living Lab, and learn about how the body works at the BodyWorks Gallery. The kids and the young at heart can sharpen their minds by tackling challenging puzzles and games.

Sunset Beach

Bask in the sun and soak in the beauty of nature at Sunset Beach, an urban beach park in Vancouver’s West End neighborhood. It’s pretty quiet here and less populated, but still close to downtown Vancouver. You can easily spend half a day at Sunset Beach, with its soft- golden sand perfect for relaxing sunbathing or a leisurely stroll and well-maintained picnic areas. Beachgoers can also access the False Creek Ferry pier from the area. It’s one of the city’s best spots to see the sunset and a lovely place for water activities.

Burnaby Village Museum

About 15 minutes from the station on Deer Lake Avenue, you’ll feel like you stepped back in time at Burnaby Village Museum. Open seasonally, this 1920s village covers an area of ten acres, featuring a group of old buildings and replicas to help visitors relive the experience of a bygone era. The townsfolk are dressed in costume to give it an even more realistic feel. Visit the general store for a chat with the clerk, ride the ancient carousel, and see the blacksmith in action at the blacksmith shop.

Burnaby Village Museum bag policy

Since most of the museum displays are outdoors, you won’t want your large bags holding you back from your adventures. Only bring a small purse or a handbag and leave the rest at a luggage storage facility near the museum.

Airport travel from Vancouver Pacific Central Station

Are you an international traveler or arriving from one of the Pacific Northwest’s coastal communities? No matter your point of origin, you’re probably excited to start with journey in this dynamic Canadian city. When you need to leave luggage or bags, drop them off at one of our luggage storage facilities to keep them safe while you’re away.

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) to Pacific Central Station

Vancouver International Airport is the primary international gateway to Vancouver. So if you’re visiting the city, you’ll likely land there. On Canada Line, depart from YVR Airport station, located between Domestic and International Terminals, and get off at Vancouver City Centre station. Walk about four minutes to Granville station on the Expo Line and stop at the Main Street-Science World station. The Pacific Central Station is only about 200 meters from there.

The entire journey takes about an hour and costs about $4-$6. However, keep in mind that all transit users who travel on the Canada line from the airport must pay an additional $5.

Getting around Vancouver from Vancouver Pacific Central Station

From Vancouver Pacific Central Station to the Museum of Vancouver

The Museum of Vancouver is the largest civic museum in Canada and the oldest in Vancouver. Started in 1894, the iconic round building shares a space with the H. R. MacMillan Space Center so you can visit two places in one trip. Besides the collection of furniture, tools, clothing, toys, and other objects related to Vancouver’s past, you’ll also find Egyptian artifacts and Asian antiques.

A trip from the Pacific Central Station to the museum takes about 30-45 minutes. The ticket price for a one-way journey starts at $3.

From Vancouver Pacific Central Station to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Constructed in 1889, this tree-top bridge takes you on a 450-foot walk about 230 feet in the air. It offers picturesque views of the Capilano River and the surrounding area. Take a walk along Cliffwalk, a granite path meandering along platforms, stairs, and bridges through the rainforest. The Treetops Adventure lets you go up 110 feet into the middle of the coastal rainforest on seven suspension bridges. 

There’s no direct train from Vancouver Pacific Central Station to the park. You’ll have to hop on a bus and train and do a bit of walking, which will take under an hour. Tickets cost around $4 one-way. 

From Vancouver Pacific Central Station to VanDusen Botanical Garden

This hidden gem is a little out of the way from the downtown area, but it’s worth a visit, especially for nature lovers. Its main feature is the Elizabethan Maze, which consists of captivating mazes and labyrinths. You’ll also see the Stone Garden, which has an oriental theme, and the Scottish Shelter.

If you’re driving a car from the station, the trip to the Botanical Garden takes around 15 minutes and 45 minutes on a train. You’ll have to transfer a few times, so leave Pacific Central Station early, as there are several tourist spots you can stop by along the way. Fares can start at $4.

Luggage storage options near Vancouver Pacific Central Station

Vancouver is a well-connected city that boasts an efficient and reliable public transport system. Even without a car, you can easily get to famous spots like the Vancouver Art Gallery, Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park, and the iconic Stanley Park. And to make your trip even more memorable and pleasant, leave your non-essential items and heavy bags with Bounce

Even locals can benefit from our luggage storage service. Rather than going back home to drop off your things after work, just stow them at one of our storage locations and then shop, dine, or watch a movie. There are no hidden fees and you’re entitled to our BounceShield™ Protection.

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