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Searching for info about Penn Station luggage storage? Whether you’re in NYC for an event, making the most of an extended layover, or just waiting to check into your Airbnb, you’ll want to be hands-free as you go about this fast-paced city.
One can hardly enjoy the sights or cross the crowded sidewalks dragging along a carry-on, and many venues have restrictive bag policies that don’t even allow backpacks or purses. Unfortunately, you won’t find any luggage lockers at Penn Station - but we’ve got something even better!
With Stasher, you can easily find secure luggage storage in NYC, at Penn Station or anywhere else, using our worldwide network of partner restaurants, shops and local businesses.
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Stasher has plenty of luggage storage locations all over the island of Manhattan, including several around Penn Station. No matter your plans, we’ve got you covered!
Find here to see all of our NY Penn Station luggage storage options and a map.
Most of our Penn Station luggage storage locations are open late and many operate 24 hours a day, so you have round-the-clock access to your bags and the flexibility you need in the City That Never Sleeps.
Reserving a place to stash your luggage near Penn Station is easy:
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If you’re looking for the old, coin-operated Penn Station lockers for luggage and other personal items, you will find they have been removed for security purposes.
Now, the only luggage storage available at Penn Station is through Amtrak Parcel Check, which offers temporary bag storage as space allows.
Amtrak’s left luggage service desk is located in the western corner of the Station’s upper level.
Another alternative is Schwartz Luggage Storage NYC, a ten-minute walk away.
The Amtrak baggage claim desk is open 7 days per week, but only from 5am to 9:45pm, so you won’t be able to retrieve your things after a late ball game, concert or Broadway show.
Schwartz Luggage is open 24 hours.
For ticket-holding passengers, Amtrak’s Penn Station luggage storage service charges $10 per bag for 24 hours. Non-Amtrak customers have to pay twice that, at $20 for 24 hours.
Additionally, Amtrak’s limited liability policy only covers up to $100 in lost or damaged goods that have been stored with Parcel Check.
Schwartz Luggage has a more complicated fee schedule of $2.50 per item per hour, or $5-$10 per item per day, depending on size.
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$6.00Per bag per day
No height or weight restrictions
Pennsylvania Station, usually just Penn Station, is a central transport hub and train station located underground in Midtown South, Manhattan, beneath Madison Square Garden. It’s served by NJ Transit, Long Island Railroad (LIRR) and Amtrak with connections to NYC subway and bus services.
Amtrak and NJ Transit have a 24-hour waiting room and ticketing offices on the upper level (that is, one level below street level), while LIRR ticketing and Subway exits are on the lower level (two levels below street level).
The station’s layout can be confusing, so Amtrak has a mobile app called Find Your Way that helps you track your own position as well as navigate the many concourses, gates, and exits. NJ Transit also has a handy map here.
There are ATMs, restrooms, and customer seating on both levels, along with plenty of food options, cafes, and gift shops.
Once you have luggage storage figured out, the best way to spend a day in NYC while staying near Penn Station is to grab a bite to eat and strike out on foot. The Hard Rock and Madame Tussauds are around the corner, while Central Park is a bit further to the north. Worth it though: playgrounds, lakes, museums, restaurants, sporting facilities, a Butterfly Garden and the Central Park Zoo are just a few of its attractions. At the southeast exit of the Park, you’ll find the beginning of NYC’s famed Fifth Avenue shopping district. Follow it down to 34th Street, and you’re right back where you started.
People visiting New York City for the first time, might have some questions regarding Penn Station.
The most efficient way to get from Penn Station to Times Square is to walk there (the distance is only 0.5 miles). Exit Penn Station at 34th Street and 7th Ave. and then walk up 7th Ave. Walk up Seventh Ave. You'll be there in about 10 minutes;
Without exiting Penn Station, enter the 7th Ave. subway. Purchase a Metrocard and insert the desired amount of credit (based on how many trips you'll be taking that day). For one ride, you'll need $3.00.
Find the platform marked "1" heading downtown to South Ferry. It should be on the platform right in front of you. Stay on the train until it gets to the last station, which is South Ferry. Upon exiting the station, you'll find signs all over the place that explain where you can purchase tickets to the Statue and Ellis Island.