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Are you searching for luggage storage near London Bridge Station?
So, you’re headed to London and have a gap between your arrival and hotel check-in time. Or you’re catching a late flight, but you’ll need to leave your lodgings by 11 am. No worries. You’ll find plenty of luggage storage options in the city.
Stasher’s got you covered with our handy guide to luggage storage near London Bridge Station.
Stasher was the world’s first luggage storage network, which now extends across the globe. Since the company was founded in London, you’ll find a wide range of luggage storage locations near London Bridge. Many of central London’s most trusted hotels, shops, and restaurants partner with Stasher to offer you safe and convenient London Bridge Station luggage storage.
Stasher recognizes the need for safe, convenient, and affordable alternatives as traditional luggage storage options increase prices or end services. Stasher’s London Bridge Station luggage storage includes outstanding customer service, featuring:
Many of London's most respected shops, hotels, and restaurants partner with Stasher. Here are a few of our most popular StashPoints near London Bridge Station.
With Stasher’s vast storage network, you’re sure to find the ideal luggage storage location in London. Most of our London Bridge StashPoints open in the early morning and remain accessible until late evening. You’ll also find several London Bridge luggage storage StashPoints that stay open 24/7.
You can reserve your London Bridge luggage storage in less than 3 minutes by following a few simple steps:
Drop off your luggage whenever you’re ready and explore the London Bridge area like a local.
While Stasher offers the city’s most affordable, safe, and convenient luggage storage, London Bridge Station provides left luggage services through the Excess Baggage Center.
The luggage storage office is located outside the station on the upper concourse.
7 am to 11 pm
Excess Baggage at London Bridge Station charges £6 for up to three hours. The first 24 hours cost £12.50, and the price is £7.50 for each additional day.
London’s famous Shard building is just a 5-minute walk from London Bridge Station. The innovative Shard offers accommodations, fine dining, and visits to its viewing gallery, where you can see panoramas reaching up to 40 miles on a clear day.
A fifteen-minute stroll along the Thames will take you to the Tate Modern. The Tate houses London’s most expansive modern and contemporary art collection. Admission is free, and the museum is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.
London’s Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herbs Garret features Europe’s oldest operating theatre, which dates back to 1822. Get to the museum in just 3-minutes on foot.
Winchester Palace lies a mere 5-minute walk away from London Bridge Station. Once home to the powerful 13th-century Bishops of Winchester, the palace was hit by a fire in 1814. However, the ruins are well worth a visit, and the palace sits between the Golden Hinde and the Clink Prison Museum.
If you’ve ever wondered why we refer to jail as the “clink,” here’s your chance to find out. Dating from 1144, the Clink was one of England’s most infamous prisons and was equipped with torture devices only the darkest minds could imagine. As we’ve mentioned earlier, the Clink Prison Museum sits alongside Winchester Palace.
If you take a 15-minute walk across London Bridge and along the river, you’ll arrive at the Tower of London. Highlights include the ravens, the Yeoman Warders, and the Crown Jewels. The Tower can get crowded, so you’ll want to arrive early and buy your tickets in advance.
After visiting the Tower of London, you may want to walk across the Tower Bridge. Hailing from 1894, the bridge features a glass floor, through which you can see London from a unique perspective. Other highlights include the two towers, the Victorian Engine Rooms, and individual glass dining areas.
Theatre fans will be delighted to discover several world-class venues around London Bridge Station. Some theatres also present live music and comedy performances.
Founded by the Royal Scool of Needlework, London’s Fashion and Textile Museum explores 150 years of English fashion. The museum also holds hands-on workshops and sits just 10-minutes southeast of the station.
From vintage clothes and antiques to today’s hottest items, you’ll find it all near London Bridge Station. Here are a few of the closest shopping areas:
The city constructed the Guildhall Gallery in 1885 to display the City of London Corporation’s expansive art collection. Unfortunately, the building was heavily damaged during WWII, which caused the loss of nearly 200 works of art. Today’s museum features a vast permanent collection of Victorian paintings and modern masterpieces. You can get to the Guildhall Art Gallery in around 20 minutes on foot.
The Bank of England Museum sits only a few minutes away from the Guildhall Art Gallery. The museum explores England’s money, economy, and history, including how the Bank of England connected to the international slave trade.
Numerous live music venues populate the UK capital. Here are just a few you’ll find near London Bridge Station.
If you’re looking for a quiet place to reflect, head to Trinity Square Gardens, a 15-minute stroll from the station. Parliament began planting the formal gardens in 1797, which now encompass approximately one hectare.
Located 4-minutes from the station on foot, London’s Science Gallery sits on the King’s College campus. Exhibits explore cutting-edge themes like violence on all levels of society and utopian/dystopian ideas generated during the global pandemic.
If you want to get a glimpse into ancient Roman history, take the 10-minute walk to the Billingsgate Roman Bath House. The 2000-year-old ruins lie underneath the winding paths of the Square Mile. Visitors must book a guided tour, and admission is prohibited for children under 8.
Pubs make up an essential part of British culture, and thankfully, the area around London Bridge is teeming with unique bars and pubs.
The Great Fire of London ignited in 1666 and destroyed over 13,000 homes, 86 churches, and 44 company halls, along with the Royal Exchange and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Inaugurated in 1677, the Monument to the Great Fire of London lies approximately a 7-minute walk from London Bridge Station.
Approximately 20-minutes walking distance from the station, St. Paul’s Cathedral features a 150-year-old pipe organ and a stunning gilded ceiling. The cathedral accepts visitors from Monday through Saturday.
If you want to know more about London's most infamous resident, head to the Jack the Ripper Museum. The anonymous assassin was responsible for a series of shocking murders in London’s East End in 1888. The museum is open every day from 9:30 am to 5:45 pm, and you can walk there in around 25 minutes.
Located just 5-minutes away from London Bridge Station, the Golden Hinde is a full-scale reproduction of the first English ship to sail around the globe.
If you didn’t get your fill of maritime history with the Golden Hinde, check out the HMS Belfast nearby. You can visit London’s “floating city” daily from 10 am to 5 pm.
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