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Have you been planning a trip to Liverpool and wondering, “Where can I store my luggage near me in Liverpool Lime Street Station?" No worries. Stasher can help.
Every traveler can relate to this scenario: You’ve arrived in Liverpool and have several hours before you can check into your Airbnb. Alternatively, you’ve checked out of your hotel at 11 am, but your train or flight doesn’t leave until late evening.
With Stasher’s extensive network, you’ll find plenty of luggage storage options in Liverpool.
Let’s find out where you can find luggage storage at Liverpool Lime Street Station.
The world’s first sharing economy luggage storage network, Stasher extends across the globe and provides a wide range of Liverpool luggage storage locations. Many of the city’s most trusted businesses partner with Stasher, offering you safe, affordable, and convenient Liverpool Lime Street Station luggage storage.
Stasher recognizes the need for affordable and secure storage alternatives as traditional station lockers and left luggage centers disappear or charge increasingly higher fees. When you reserve Liverpool Lime Street Station luggage storage with Stasher, you can expect outstanding customer service, featuring:
Some of Liverpool’s most respected hotels, restaurants, and shops partner with Stasher. Take a look at our most popular Liverpool Lime Street Station luggage storage locations:
With Stasher, you’re sure to find the ideal place to store your luggage near Liverpool's railway stations. Most of our Liverpool Lime Street Station StashPoints maintain long hours or remain accessible 24/7.
Booking Liverpool Lime Street Station luggage storage is quick and easy with our phone app or fast-loading website.
When you’re ready, go to your StashPoint, drop off your bags, and discover the Fab Four’s legendary birthplace.
While Stasher provides the most convenient and affordable option for storing your luggage, Liverpool Lime Street Station offers storage through the Excess Baggage Center.
You’ll find the Excess Baggage Center opposite the ticket office.
7 am to 11 pm
Excess Baggage at Liverpool Lime Street Station costs £6 for up to three hours. The price is £12.50 for hours 3-24, and you'll pay £7.50 for each additional day. Travelers with oversized items need to contact Excess Baggage in advance and pay additional fees.
Just a two-minute walk from the station, St. John’s Beacon is home to one of the UK’s most popular radio stations. The 400-foot structure, also known as Radio City Tower, offers panoramic views of Liverpool and surrounding towns.
A 20-minute stroll down Lord Street will take you to the banks of the Mersey River, where you'll find several museums. The Museum of Liverpool explores nearly every aspect of the city’s history, including its architecture, transportation, culture, and, of course, the Beatles.
Situated just north of the Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head offers river cruises, canal cruises, and wildlife cruises. Additionally, colorful ferries cross the Mersey, just like in the 1965 song by Liverpool natives Jerry and the Pacemakers.
Liverpool’s Royal Albert Dock, situated alongside Pier Head, features bars, restaurants, shopping, and several prominent museums.
The Tate Liverpool lies south of the Museum of Liverpool on Royal Albert Dock. The Tate focuses on modern and contemporary art and hosts regular workshops and special exhibits. The museum is open every day from 10 am to 3:50 pm.
The Merseyside Maritime Museum sits to the east of the Tate and is open from 10 am to 6 pm every day. The museum explores Liverpool’s seafaring past and includes a vast collection of maritime memorabilia. The museum also shows the evolution of the city’s waterfront and details of the tragic stories of the Titanic and the Lusitania.
You’ll find out everything you want to know about Britain’s most famous band at the Beatles Story, located near the Tate and Maritime Museums. The Beatles Story features immersive exhibits, including recreations of important venues and recording studios from Beatles' history. Hours are from 11 am to 3 pm.
Also located on Royal Albert Dock, the International Slavery Museum educates the public about the slave trade and recounts the untold stories of enslaved people. The museum is open from Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.
Now that you’ve dropped off your bags with Stasher, you’re free to wander around town, checking out statues and monuments, such as:
The Liverpool Cathedral lies just over 15-minutes walking distance south of Lime Street Station. A survivor of both World Wars, the Cathedral is one of the most iconic buildings in the city.
Located just across the highway from the station, St. John’s Garden is always open for a picnic or a moment of peaceful reflection. If you stroll up the eastern edge of St. John’s Garden, you’ll arrive at the William Brown Street fossils, which include a 320-year-old tree fossil and a Jurassic-Era clam fossil on the William Rathbone Statue.
A leisurely 6-minute stroll along St. John’s Lane will take you to the World Museum, located in the northern portion of the garden. The museum includes natural history exhibits, a planetarium, an aquarium, and an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts.
If you’re searching for Liverpool’s live music scene, you won’t have far to go. The clubs along Mathew Street are an 8-minute stumble from Lime Street Station. You’ll find plenty of talented local bands, and most of the bars stay open well into the wee hours.
Concert Square is a less touristy live music area of Liverpool. The square is home to three of the city’s largest music venues and a wide range of bars and smaller clubs. You can reach Concert Square southeast of Liverpool Street Station in less than 5 minutes on foot.
The Western Approaches Museum allows visitors to explore an authentic underground war bunker. The museum is a short 15-minute walk away from the train station and is open from 10 am to 6 pm.
Whether you’re looking for a specific item or want to “shop till you drop,” you’ll find plenty of options around Liverpool, including:
The British Music Experience explores the history of British rock and features several interactive exhibits. You’ll find the museum alongside Pier Head. Hours are from 10 am to 5 pm.
Sports fans may want to drop by Liverpool's famous Ode to Mo Salah Mural. A six-minute walk from the station will take you to the mural, which commemorates the British team’s victory over Real Madrid In the Champions League.
You’ll find puzzles and games galore at Quirky Quarter, 12 minutes south of Liverpool Lime Street Station. The Quarter is wheelchair accessible, but you’ll have to book your tickets in advance.
Walker Art Gallery, a 3-minute walk north of the station, features masterworks of painting, sculpture, and decorative arts dating from the 13th century onward. The gallery is open from 10 am to 6 pm every day except Mondays.
You can reach the Liverpool Beatles Museum with a leisurely, 10-minute walk from the station. The museum houses the world’s most expansive Beatles collections, with three floors of band memorabilia. The museum is open every day from 10 am to 4 pm.
Opera and live theatre fans will be happy to know that Liverpool is home to several top-notch venues, such as:
The Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre consists of a network of underground tunnels created by Liverpool resident Joseph Williamson in the 19th century. The tunnels feature exhibits depicting the lives of the city’s most eccentric personalities. You can get to the tunnels in around 20 minutes on foot.
Speke Hall is one of Liverpool’s most popular green spaces, featuring a rare Tudor home, lavish gardens, and a kids’ playground. In the summer, the estate also hosts outdoor theatre. Take the Merseyrail Hunts Cross Line to get there. The trip takes approximately one hour.
We’ve already mentioned the Mathew Street nightclub strip and Concert Square, but you’ll find also find several larger concert venues around Liverpool, including:
Immortalized in the Beatles’ 1967 song, Penny Lane retains many of its historical characteristics. Take Speke Line 86A at the Eliot Street bus stop or hop on the Magical Mystery Tour bus to get there. While you’re in the area, you may want to stop at one of the many traditional pubs for a cold pint and a plate of fish and chips.
Beatles fans may want to take the 40-minute trip on Line 75 to the original Strawberry Field. The field was one of John Lennon’s favorite childhood haunts and houses the piano the artist used to compose “Imagine.” While you’re in the area, stop at 251 Menlove Avenue for a glance at John Lennon’s childhood home.
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