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Need to store your luggage in the buzzing metropolis that is New York, also known as the Big 🍎? Perhaps you are visiting for their world-renowned shopping and need to store your new goodies? Maybe you just want to explore the less-touristy parts of NYC? Unless you are lucky enough to live like a local and rent an apartment in NYC, you probably asked yourself "Where can I store my luggage near me?".
Many of the museums and venues also do not allow bags inside. In the city that never sleeps, we can guarantee that you will want to explore as much as possible without your bags.
Stasher is the world’s first luggage storage network of the sharing economy. Through a network of local businesses (StashPoints), we provide you with a convenient, affordable and secure way to store your bags all over New York for a few hours to a few days!
When you store your luggage in New York with Stasher, you can rest assured that storage is fully insured, convenient and affordable:
✔️ We work with large hotel partners like Premier Inn and Accor hotels
✔️ We have 5000+ reviews averaging over 4.7/5 🤩
✔️ We received customer service awards from Feefo and Visit England
It’s just $6 per day, and $5 for the second day!
Stasher has a network of hundreds of hotels and shops across the world. Our innovative luggage storage solution provides an on-demand service for travellers – and a much cheaper alternative than station lockers. Whether you are discovering the most instagrammable places in NYC, exploring Central Park, around Grand Central Station, Times Square, SoHo, or marvelling at the Statue of Liberty 🗽 – your bag can be safely stored with us.
Here are some of our most popular areas and attractions in New York where people search to store their bags
Most of our luggage storage facilities are open 24/7, so that you don’t have to plan around picking up or dropping off your bag.
It’s easier than packing a bag!
You’ll immediately receive a booking confirmation email to show to your host with directions on how to get to the StashPoint.
It’s that easy!
There are no luggage storage options inside Central Park, however there are plenty of options around.
These are the two most popular luggage storage facilities around Central Park. Booking online is required before you drop in your bags.
Most locations are open until late in the evening or even 24/7. Opening times may vary, so make sure to check before booking.
It’s $6 per day, and £5/$5 for any additional day.
Central Park is one of Manhattan’s most popular sights. Here is some useful info about the area:
Times Square is one of the busiest places on the globe. There are many affordable luggage storage options around the square. You need to book online before you drop in your bags.
Most locations are open until late in the evening. It is recommended that you check before booking online, so you can find a place that fits your particular needs.
It’s just £6/$6 per day, and £5/$5 for any additional day.
Times Square is an important commercial intersection, visited by millions of tourists every year. It is located between West 42nd and West 47th streets.
Most of the luggage storage options around SoHo are open until late or even 24/7. It is recommended that you check out the exact times before booking online.
It’s $6 per day, and $5 for any additional day.
SoHo (the name is an abbreviation of South of Houston Street) is a hip neighbourhood in Lower Manhattan. Known around the world for its cast-iron buildings and artistic vibes, this is definitely a destination worth exploring.
There are plenty of options to store your luggage around the Grand Central Terminal in New York. Booking online is required.
Although most facilities are open until late in the evening, it is recommended that you double check before you book your luggage storage online.
It’s just $6 per day, and $5 for any additional day.
The Grand Central Terminal is not only a major transportation hub of New York, but also a world-famous landmark! Here are some interesting information about it:
Pennsylvania Station (affectionately called Penn Station by the locals) is the main intercity railroad hub in New York City. Book your Penn Stationluggage storage online and explore one of the busiest areas in Manhattan!
Most luggage storage facilities around Penn Station are open until late to accommodate travellers. However, we recommend that you always double check with each store before booking.
It’s just $6 per day, and $5 for any additional day.
Pennsylvania Station (abbr. Penn Station) is the main intercity railroad station in New York City. It first opened its gates in 1910 and connects NYC with the rest of the US. Here are some useful information about it:
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.
There are no lockers and left luggage facilities at New York’s main train station. There are a couple of traditional ones still around - including Schwartz Travel & Storage and City CoPilot, charging $10 for each bag.
While their prices are not as high as other luggage facilities, their storage locations are limited, with two or three drop off points across the whole city. Make sure to check on their websites if they have a facility close to where you need it.
Below you can find luggage lockers options around New York’s museums and art galleries:
If you’re planning on going to the Metropolitan Museum of Art during your stay in New York, remember that they only allow in bags of the size of a daypack. Luggage, carry-on bags, and oversize backpacks are not allowed in the Museum and cannot be checked in at the coat-check facilities.
Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the Museum of Modern Art only accepts items up to 28 x 38 x 13 cm. Larger items up to 36 x 56 x 23 cm must be checked. Any luggage bigger than the above size won’t be accepted.
The museum has two coat checks located inside the main entrance and in the lower level of the Rose Center. Coats, umbrellas and bags may be checked for $2 per person, space permitting. Visitors are highly discouraged from bringing large items such as backpacks as they won’t be allowed in.
The Guggenheim Museum has a dedicated coat room for small backpacks, umbrellas and stroller. Bear in mind that luggage and large begs are not permitted in the museum and cannot be checked in.
Unlike other cities, most New York airports don’t have luggage storage facilities – security reasons being the main concern. Here’s a breakdown for all main airports:
JFK Airport offers a limited luggage storage service – if you have a long layover and want to drop our bags off before heading to the city there are a couple of options available for you. It costs between $4 to $16 per day depending on the size of your luggage.
It is not possible to store luggage at La Guardia Airport. If you’re arriving at this airport and need to store your bags we suggest checking one of the luggage storage facilities in New York City.
It is possible to store your luggage at Newark Airport, but to do so you must check with your airline carrier.