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Need to store luggage near Trafalgar Square? If so, you've come to the right place. Simply search above to find affordable, convenient storage points within 1 minute of this famous square. Officially the geographical centre of London, Trafalgar Square is one of the city's most iconic tourist spots. Situated between Charing Cross, one of London's oldest stations, and the National Gallery, it's a must-see part of any visit to the capital.
Please note that the National Gallery won't let you in with luggage bigger than a handbag. And you don't want bags cluttering your photos in front of Nelson's column either!
Stasher has plenty of 24/7 locations where you can securely store your luggage right nearby. You're just a few clicks away from storing your luggage at the best value alternative to storage lockers in London.
Trafalgar square is a great place to see street art and performers. In recent years, it's been the home to a number of interesting modern art exhibitions. The Fourth Pillar, the giant 'Like' thumbs up and the Olympic countdown spring to mind as memorable highlights. Don't make it more crowded by dragging bags around with you when you visit :)
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.
Trafalgar Square is right next to Charing Cross - London's Geographic centre. From here you can walk almost anywhere: up to Covent Garden and the markets, over to the bars and restaurants of Soho, or down Whitehall to the government buildings of Westminster. It's a short trip across the river to Waterloo Station. And if you're in London for theatre, you're walking distance from the brightly lit shows that adorn the Strand, or Shaftesbury Avenue and the West End. Trafalgar Square is on the Bakerloo line, making it an easy journey to Baker Street and Oxford Circus; or the circle/district line, connecting you to Cannon Street and the City in the east and Victoria station in the west