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asked questions

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

    The price for luggage storage in York starts from just £5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in York?

    There are multiple locations all around York which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Valley Gardens, Rievaulx Abbey, Millennium Square, Leeds and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in York?

    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 York.

  • Are there storage lockers in York?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Il Treno Ristorante, McDonald's, and York Theatre Royal. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within York are The Parsonage Country House Hotel, The Grand Hotel & Spa, and Travelodge.

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

    York offers several scenic parks including Westfield Wood, Deans Park, and Victoria Park.

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

    You can find local tourist information at Visit York, York CitySightseeing, and Instagrammable York Tour.


About York

Situated at the meeting point of the Ouse and Foss rivers is the cathedral city of York. York is located in the county of North Yorkshire and is a major transport hub, due in part to its position between London and Edinburgh. York is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the north of England as it features many well-preserved medieval buildings and landmarks.

York was built in the 1st century by the Romans, who named the city Eboracum. Over the centuries York was attacked and seized by several different civilizations, including the Vikings and Normans. Each culture left a mark on York, which can be seen to this day. 

Modern-day York is one of England's most attractive cities, with an array of beautifully designed, ancient buildings and monuments for visitors to admire.

Fun Fact: York's famous high street, The Shambles, is believed to be the oldest shopping street in Europe, dating back to the 11th century.

With so much to do in this city, look for a convenient luggage storage spot so you can explore it to the fullest without having to carry your luggage around York's ancient streets.

York luggage storage

The perfect way to explore York is on foot due to its compact nature and the variety of historic sights that you can spot while wandering near the city center. If you don't feel like hauling your heavy bags around York, swing by a York left luggage storage location. We provide several facilities around the city situated at various local businesses.

The booking process is simple, just book via the Bounce app or on our website, and in no time you'll have a convenient place to stow your stuff before planning your next excursion.

Things to do in York

History lovers and fans of Britain will love roaming around York thanks to the sheer number of museums and historic attractions the city offers. York is also home to a number of superb restaurants and shops, meaning you'll find something for everyone. Here are a few of the best things to do when you arrive in York

Top restaurants in York

Betty's Cafe

Betty’s Cafe is the perfect spot to grab a late-morning brunch or afternoon tea. This world-famous tea room has a rotating seasonal menu and delectable cakes that will make your mouth water.

Buongiorno York da Daniele 

This eatery offers an authentic Italian dining experience in York. With an assortment of rotating specials, homemade pasta, and fresh seafood, this bistro is a must.


Make sure to dine at Skosh at least once during your time in this historic city. It’s a fusion restaurant that seamlessly blends contemporary British cooking with international cuisine. With an eclectic assortment of small plates, Skosh encourages a relaxed dining experience.

If you’re on the go, we recommend a quick bite at one of York's resident street food vendors. For a slower-paced night, make the most of the city's many cozy pubs. 

If you’ve just arrived in York with your luggage and don't want to miss any time starting your food tour, look for one of our many luggage storage spots. Each of our partners offers a secure location to keep your baggage, has friendly staff, and is open multiple days a week. Drop off those heavy bags and start eating.

Activities in York

The JORVIK Viking Center

This place will take you back in time to explore Viking heritage. A small carriage will take you through a life-sized recreation of York from the times when Vikings ruled the city. 

The JORVIK Viking Center bag policy

You’ll need to check your belongings into a luggage storage facility if they exceed 38cm x 30cm. Luckily, we have luggage storage near the Jorvik Viking Center so you can easily store luggage before your visit.

The York Maze

This is the perfect attraction for families with a huge corn maze that’s the size of eight soccer pitches. There are also over 20 other rides, including go-karts, climbing walls, and slides.

The York Maze bag policy

The York Maze is a must for those traveling as a family, and you may want to bring a small backpack along. But it’ll be inconvenient to bring your large bags around with you between rides. Instead, leave them under the security and protection at a Bounce storage spot.

The York Dungeon

The York Dungeon is similar to the London Dungeons and will take you on an exciting and spooky journey through the city’s rich history. Enjoy an hour-long tour exploring the depths of the dungeon, where actors will portray terrifying figures from Britain's past and share local ghost stories.

The York Dungeon bag policy

The York Dungeon doesn’t have a locker facility for storing personal items. Our storage partners can be found in local hotels, stores and businesses close to many of the city’s top attractions. Drop off your baggage with us before heading down into the dark dungeon.

Museums in York

The York Castle Museum

Plan a visit during this museum’s opening hours when it’ll transport you back to the Victorian era. The museum contains many Victorian artifacts and even has a recreation of a classic Victorian street.

The York Castle Museum bag policy

Guests aren’t permitted to bring big bags or suitcases into the establishment, and any luggage on wheels will have to be carried. Save yourself the hassle and leave your personal belongings with us, we charge the same affordable prices no matter the size of your bags.

York Minster

York Minster is a Church of England cathedral and one of York's biggest attractions. Construction of the cathedral began in the 11th century and took around 400 years to complete. York Minster is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe at over 500 feet in length. Visitors can admire the cathedral's intricate Gothic architecture before experiencing the breathtaking interior. It’s one of the must-see attractions for all who visit England.

York Minster is home to many lavish carvings and religious sculptures, as well as over 120 different stained-glass windows. One of the best windows is the Great West Window, which dominates the cathedral's western end with its vivid religious imagery. After touring York Minster, visit some of the artifacts and exhibits on display. York Minster has over 300,000 in its collection dating back as far as 2,000 years ago. 

York Minster bag policy

Large bags aren't allowed inside York Minster, so consider booking a York luggage storage service before stopping by. When it comes time to find luggage storage near the York Minster remember that you can complete your booking online. It’s easy to store your luggage and if you have any questions about our services contact our customer support team. 

National Railway Museum

There are some fantastic museums in York, and York's National Railway Museum is the largest museum of its kind in the UK. This museum is home to over a hundred different locomotives, as well as thousands of objects relating to Britain's railroad history. 

You'll find several unique and famous trains on display at this museum, including the Mallard and the Duchess of Hamilton. Make sure you book afternoon tea on the Countess of York, a restored railway carriage. This museum is located right by York Station and is the perfect stop before heading out of town. 

National Railway Museum bag policy

You won't want to lug your bags around this large museum, so we recommend finding somewhere to store your bags while you’re here. There are baggage lockers available on-site, but to guarantee that you have somewhere to keep your things, visit Bounce luggage storage service in York.

Shopping in York

The Shambles

The Shambles is York's iconic shopping high street and one of the city's best historic attractions. The Shambles is thought to be the oldest shopping street in Europe, dating back to medieval times. While none of the many butcher shops that once lined the Shambles have survived, some of the buildings still feature wooden outcrops that would've been used to keep hanging meat out of the sun hundreds of years ago. You can take a stroll through the winding alleys for free and explore the shops that now occupy the historic architecture.

In recent times, the Shambles has become a hotspot for Harry Potter fans, as it serves as the inspiration for Diagon Alley. As a result, several Harry Potter-themed stores have popped up along the Shambles, making it an ideal day out with kids. You can mix potions at The Potions Cauldron or pick up everything you need for your next term at Hogwarts at The Shop That Must Not Be Named. To avoid carrying heavy bags around this cramped street, drop them off at one of our convenient luggage storage locations before visiting.

Transit options in York

York has several transportation options, from the York train station to a bike hire service. Whether you want to visit York for a few days or are taking a day trip from York into the country, there’s a transport option to fit your needs.

First Bus 

First Bus has multiple routes available throughout York. If you want to pop into the heart of the city for a few hours to do some shopping or head into town to eat at a restaurant the bus is an excellent option. Most bus stops are located only a short walk from popular destinations. The average price for a bus ticket is about £2.00.

York Railway Station

The York Railway Station is a part of the national train service. The train station is a ten-minute walk to York's city center. The York train station services multiple trains a day and is a part of the East Coast Main Line. Thinking of taking a day trip from York to London? On average the journey will cost about £67.50. 


Taxis can take you anywhere in York. If you’re looking to hire a cab we recommend using Fleetway's Taxis or Streamline Taxis. The prices for taxis vary, but a trip from the York Railway Station to the city center costs around £11.00.


Cycling is an excellent way to get around York. In fact, York was voted one of the most bike-friendly cities in England. You can hire a bike at Bike Heaven or Get Cycling. They have different prices depending on what kind of bike you choose, but a basic adult bicycle can be rented out for the whole day for just £25.00.

Frequently asked questions

What's the best way to get around York?

York city center is very compact and some places operate as pedestrian-only zones, so traveling around on foot is the best way to get around. Cycling is also a popular way to navigate the city, and there are a number of bus stops for those who prefer to use public transport. For those traveling in and out of York from neighboring cities, traveling to York railway station is your best option.

Where should I stay in York?

There are plenty of great neighborhoods to stay in throughout the York area. For those who want to make the most of their trip York city center is a great option, while those who want to hike around the nearby countryside may be better off staying further out of the city.

Explore the ancient city freely using luggage storage in York

When you aren’t at the hotel but want your bags close by, leave them in our storage space. York is just a train ride away from London, Oxford, and Manchester. If you plan on enjoying any of these cities for a few hours or a few days, be sure to make use of all of the convenient Bounce luggage storage facilities in England.

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