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Looking for information about luggage storage in Brooklyn? If you’re in town for the day or waiting to leave on a Princess cruise, you may need somewhere to leave your heavy bags. This is especially true since there are no public lockers for luggage storage at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, any subway stations, or the borough’s major attractions.
Not to worry! We’ve got everything you need to know about luggage storage NYC right here.
Luggage storage in Brooklyn, New York is hard to come by and can be pretty pricey.
Stasher is the world’s first and largest sharing-economy alternative to outmoded left-luggage services everywhere, with hundreds of locations across the globe at prices that won’t break the bank.
Along with affordable prices and a global network of trusted partners like Accor Hotels and Premier Inn, at Stasher we stick to these main hallmarks:
Our low rate is just $6 for the first day, and $5 per day after that.
You won’t find a better deal on luggage storage in NYC or anywhere else in Brooklyn!
Stasher has convenient locations all over Brooklyn, and across the East River if you’re headed to Manhattan for sightseeing.
To see all of our Brooklyn luggage storage hosts and a map, click here!
Next time you need luggage storage in Brooklyn New York, all you have to do is:
1. Choose a location from our map, or tap “Near Me Now” in the search bar
2. Select approximate times for dropping off and picking up
3. Confirm and pay online with our secure portal
That’s it - leaving you free to do your thing.
You might expect there to be ample luggage storage facilities in Brooklyn considering the presence of a major amusement park at Coney Island and the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal in Red Hook. However, neither location has this service, and there are no coin-operated lockers anywhere else in New York due to security guidelines.
Greyhound used to operate a Package Express on Livingston St. in downtown Brooklyn which offers luggage storage and still has an active website, but don’t be fooled! Photos and three Google reviewers show the location is closed down.
For Greyhound’s Port Authority bag service or Penn Station’s Amtrak parcel check, you’d have to go all the way to west Midtown Manhattan, fork over as much as $20 per item, and be back to get your stuff within 24 hours.
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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.
$5.90Per bag per day
No height or weight restrictions
Brooklyn’s history is woven right into the fabric of the city, with historic buildings and monuments going back to Colonial times alongside the homes of hip-hop royalty as well as newer tech and hipster communities.
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Brooklyn is a paradise of specialty markets and independent food vendors in Williamsburg; boutique and vintage shopping in downtown and Red Hook; and an avante-garde art and film scene in DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass), along with the world-renowned Brooklyn Academy of Music near the intersection of Fulton and Lafayette.
While you’re there, check out Fort Greene Park, snap a photo at Notorious BIG’s old apartment (226 St. James Place), and walk the streets where Mos Def, Lil Kim and more got their start. These areas are mostly farmers markets and startups now, but fans can follow in these giants’ footsteps with this guide.