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Have you been planning a trip to London and wondering, “Where can I store my luggage near me at Victoria Station?" No worries. Stasher can help you out.
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As traditional left-luggage services became more expensive and involve long queues, Stasher recognized that travelers need safe, affordable, and convenient alternatives to transportation hub storage. Stasher’s Victoria Station luggage storage exemplifies outstanding customer service. When you choose Stasher, you can expect everything you could want in a luggage storage service, including:
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The only thing left for you to do is drop off your luggage and discover all that London has to offer.
Stasher is by far the most convenient option to store your luggage, with multiple locations around the area. However, there are also left luggage storage facilities near Victoria Station and Victoria Coach Station.
Victoria Train Station’s Excess Baggage office is located at Platform 8.
Keep in mind that you’ll likely have to wait your turn if you’re dropping off your luggage at peak times or on weekends. Queues at some venues can last over 30 minutes, so be aware if you’re short on time at drop-off or pick-up.
Space may also be limited, and you’ll need to contact the station to inquire about size and weight restrictions, especially if you have odd items like sporting equipment, bikes, or musical instruments. If the station requires you to reserve in advance, you may be subject to cancellation fees.
7 am to 12 pm
Victoria Station charges £6 for the first three hours. The price is £12.50 for hours 3-24, and you'll pay £7.50 each day after that.
Victoria Coach Station left luggage offers cheaper short-term rates than its counterpart in the railway station, and you can use it even without a coach ticket.
However, customers at these luggage storage services may face long queues and potentially be turned away if the service is full. Although inexpensive for up to 2 hours, factoring in wait times means you are unlikely to benefit from this deal.
Victoria Coach Station luggage storage can be found opposite gate 6.
7 am-10:30 pm
The left luggage office at Victoria Coach Station charges £3 per item for the first two hours. A full day of luggage storage costs £5 if under 20 kg and £7 per bag if over 20 kg.
The Victoria line connects to Oxford Circus, Mayfair, and King's Cross / St Pancras. The Circle and District lines also serve the Victoria Underground, making it easy to get anywhere in the city.
Victoria Station is the second busiest London terminus, connecting passengers with Gatwick Airport, Brighton, and Kent. The station is only a short walk from Victoria Coach Station, where National Express buses depart for Stansted Airport.
The ticket office is open Monday-Saturday from 4 am-1 am and 6 am-1 am on Sundays. You'll find ATMs and a currency exchange office near the Buckingham Palace Road exit.
The area around Victoria Station is much more than a transport hub—it’s right in the heart of London. Victoria Station is ideally located near many of London’s top attractions. Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, and the House of Parliament are all only a 10-minute walk away from the station. Store your bags with Stasher, and spend your day enjoying the city.
Most people outside of London think Big Ben is the name of the clock. However, the moniker actually refers to the clock's enormous bell that was christened in honor of the bell’s patron, Sir Benjamin Hall.
Monks built the original Benedictine church in 960 CE, and Westminster Abbey has been the site of Britain’s coronations since 1066. The Abbey is now a World Heritage Site receiving visitors Monday-Saturday from 9:30 am-3:30 pm.
The Queen’s London residence, Buckingham Palace, is a mere 8-minute walk from Victoria Station, just around the corner from Hyde Park. If you haven’t seen it before, don’t miss the quintessentially British Changing of the Guard at the gates of Buckingham Palace. The Changing of the Guard is a free daily event that includes one of Britain’s finest marching bands.
While you’re at Buckingham Palace, pop into the Queen’s Gallery before or after the Changing of the Guard. The Gallery is open from Thursday through Monday, and the Royal Collection includes some of art history’s most celebrated masterpieces.
Sitting just a 3-minute walk down Buckingham Palace Road, the Royal Mews displays the British Royal Family’s elaborate carriages. The Mews is still a working stable, but tourists can visit between 11 am and 5 pm.
If you’re interested in politics, you can get a glimpse of how the English government works at the Houses of Parliament, just an 18-minute walk from Victoria Station.
First-time visitors can’t miss the panoramic views from the London Eye, Europe’s tallest observation wheel. You’ll find the Eye a 30-minute walk or a 12-minute bus ride east of Victoria Station. The London Eye is one of the city’s most popular attractions, and buying a skip-the-line ticket will save you a lot of time.
A stroll through the various Royal Parks reveals peaceful lakes, rose gardens, and friendly squirrels. The closest parks to Victoria Station include:
The shopping centres near Victoria Station offer the ultimate retail experience thanks to their top-notch shops, bars, and restaurants.
You’ll find a dizzying array of eateries around Victoria Station, but here are a few of our favorites. For a bite on the go, enjoy a shovelful of fish and chips from The Laughing Halibut, grab an authentic Italian cannoli from Etna Coffee, or head to Hunan for freshly made dumplings and noodles.
London rivals New York for live theatre, and you’ll find several world-class venues within 5-minutes of Victoria Station.
Anyone into military history must take the 15-minute walk to the Churchill War Rooms. The museum displays a host of paraphernalia and recounts the story of England’s struggles during World War II.
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