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There are plenty of reasons why you may have found yourself asking “Where can I store my luggage in Memphis?”. Maybe you’ve just arrived but you can’t check in to your Airbnb until the afternoon, or maybe you’ve just checked out and don’t want to lug around your heavy bags until the evening. Whatever your reason, Stasher has the perfect solution for your luggage storage needs.
We’ve compiled this handy Memphis luggage storage guide for you, so read on if you’re searching for information on how to stash your bags. There’s plenty of things to see and do in Memphis that are better experienced without luggage.
There’s shopping at Oak Court Mall, Peabody Place, and Dillard’s Women, and there’s sightseeing around Memphis at the National Civil Rights Museum, Sun Studio and Graceland. You might also be in Memphis to see a game at the FedExForum. Unfortunately none of these places have easy luggage storage on site, which is where Stasher comes in to help you out.
Founded in 2015, Stasher is the world’s largest luggage storage network with over 1200 StashPoints across 250+ cities. We’ve covered every single continent except Antarctica (next on our list, we promise.) We put travellers in touch with verified shops and hotels who have a secure space free for bag storage. We take care of customer support, reservations, and logistics, leaving you free to enjoy everything that Memphis has to offer.
Leaving your bags with Stasher in Memphis, you can rest assured that your belongings will be safe and sound. Every item is fully insured, our locations are conveniently located, and the price to leave your bags is totally affordable.
Storing your bags with Stasher costs just $6 per day, and $6 for each additional day.
Memphis is one of the most culturally important cities along the Mississippi River, internationally renowned for its music scene, and its role as a centre of the Civil Rights Movement in the 20th century. Today, Memphis attracts tourists from all over the world interested in the city’s history, musical identity, and of course, the delicious BBQ food on offer.
Whether you’re arriving at Memphis airport, stopping off at Liberty Bowl Field, or visiting Graceland, Stasher has a convenient luggage storage location for you.
The majority of our StashPoints are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you don’t have to worry about fitting your plans around dropping off or picking up your bags. But because we work with individual shops and hotels, every one of them is different. So you can have a quick check of opening hours on our website before booking just to make sure that it works for you.
Storing your bags with Stasher really couldn’t be easier.
Top tip: You can also try the ‘Near Me Now’ button to find the closest StashPoint to you.
That’s all you need to do to book your spot and enjoy your day bags-free!
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Such an easy and smooth service. I needed leave my bag as I was watching a play for 2 hours. I cannot recommend this service enough.
Brilliant service. Such an easy process start to finish. Would deffo recommend.
First time using Stasher... with 5 hours until my Airbnb was available. Great service, very well organised and bag was locked away in a safe and secure area. Will definitely use again.
Easy to book and secure storage. Good access times. Simple.
Fantastic service, very friendly, definitely will use again.
First time user, experience was easy and fast.
Convenient location, secure, long opening hours, friendly service.
Great service. Best for luggage storage in any town.
A$6.00Per bag per day
No height or weight restrictions
Memphis International Airport, or MEM as it is shortened to, is situated around a 15 minute drive south of Downtown Memphis. The airport does not have any bag storage facilities on site. But if you’ve got an early morning or late night flight and are looking for somewhere to leave your bags, you can use the extensive Stasher luggage storage network around Memphis to leave your bags safely and affordably.
If you’re a sports fan then you’ll know that the Liberty Bowl Memorial Field is Memphis’s home to all things football. With a capacity for over 60,000 fans, this stadium welcomes major games throughout the year. For safety reasons, you can’t take bags into the stadium and the queues for the cloakroom can be really long because of the strict screening procedures. And the last thing we want is for you to miss the game because of your bags! If you’re heading to the Liberty Bowl, drop your bags at one of our StashPoints before you go.
No visit to Memphis is complete without a visit to Elvis ‘The King’ Presley’s Graceland Mansion. Here you can see his car collection, jungle room, and have a boogie to some of his top tunes in the entertainment complex. You can’t currently entire the mansion with your bags, so best store them before arriving. Stasher’s network around Memphis has got you covered.
Public Transport in Memphis
Thanks to Memphis’ network of trains, trolleys, and buses, it’s easy to get around Memphis by public transport quickly and safely.
Where’s the best place to stay in Memphis?
Our favourite part of Memphis to stay in is Midtown - a lively neighbourhood with lots of cool attractions to enjoy.
What’s the best time to visit Memphis?
To see Memphis at its best, we recommend visiting in Spring or Autumn. The weather in Summer and Winter is less than ideal and the prices go up around these times too.
Things to see and do in Memphis
As well as enjoying the buzzing bar and restaurant scene around Memphis, there are lots of great museums including The Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art. Of course Elvis Presley’s former mansion Graceland is a must-see, and the Slave Haven pays tribute to the innumerable Black lives lost during one of America’s darkest times.