Luggage Storage in Boston

Luggage Storage in Boston

Boston's most convenient luggage storage locations to drop off your bags to enjoy your day. Starts from just $1/hour. Store your baggage today!

LuggageHero

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$1/Hour

$3000/Bag

60+

Yes

Stasher

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$6/Day

$550/Bag

5+

Yes

Vertoe

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$5.95/Day

$5,000/Booking

20+

Yes

Cubby

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$5.90/Day

$750/Bag

8+

Yes

LuggageHero

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$1/Hour

$3000/Bag

60+

Yes

Stasher

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$6/Day

$550/Bag

5+

Yes

Vertoe

N/A

$5.95/Day

$5,000/Booking

20+

Yes

Cubby

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$5.90/Day

$750/Bag

8+

Yes

Last updated: 12 days ago

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Can you drop off your luggage in Boston?

You can now drop off your luggage at many secure locations all around Boston! Knock Knock City offers affordable luggage storage rates, insurance, and a no-fee cancellation policy. We are flexible and offer you the opportunity to store your bags so that you can enjoy Boston unhindered.

You’ll be given one of our branded zip ties that you can use to securely close your bag. Unlike other luggage storage options, we make it easy for you by offering pre-booking through our website. It’s $1/hour (Pay max. $10/bag per day). The rate is the same for all sizes of bags, backpacks, luggage to make it simple. Finally, we understand that plans change, and offer a free cancellation policy at any time, from anywhere. We want to make your bag storage in Boston an easy, stress-free experience!


Wondering where to store your luggage in Boston?

Here is a list with our most popular areas:

Luggage Storage Near Museum of Science

Luggage Storage Near North End Station

Luggage Storage Near Cristopher Colombus Park

Luggage Storage Near Boston Common

Luggage Storage Near South Station

Luggage Storage On Newbury Street

Luggage Storage Near Boston University

Luggage Storage Near Fenway Park



Knock Knock City Is Bringing Accessible Luggage Storage To Boston




Picture this: you’ve just touched down at Boston’s Logan International Airport and are excited to explore the city during your layover. It’s been a long flight, and you’re ready to eat some good food, stretch your legs, and see the sights this historic city has to offer. There’s just one thing standing in the way of you and total freedom: your luggage. Disappointed? We can relate! That’s why we provide day luggage storage in Boston, as well as overnight luggage storage in Boston.

At Knock Knock City, it’s our mission to help you have the best layover possible by providing short term luggage storage in Boston, MA. Our partner locations - usually local shops and stores - are carefully vetted to make sure they have easy access to popular sightseeing destinations. Once a partnership has been established, we thoroughly train the owners and employees in security and safety procedures so they know how to keep your belongings safe. When you check your bags in, you’ll be able to close them yourself with one of our branded zip ties for added security. Finally, each bag you store with us is insured for up to $2000.

There are several things aside from our easily accessible locations that set us apart from the competition. First, we only charge for the time you actually store your bags with us. It’s $1/hour (Pay max. $10/bag per day). The rate is the same for all sizes of bags, backpacks, luggage to make it simple. As travelers ourselves, we also understand that plans can change in seconds, which is why we offer a no-fee cancellation policy as well. Our entire system is centered around the most important thing: you!


Boston, Massachusetts Luggage Storage Guide


Luggage Storage Near Boston Parks

Luggage storage in Boston is relatively limited. However, if you plan to spend time in the general vicinity of Amtrak stations, you have the option to store your luggage with them during your excursion in the city. With a ticket, storage is $10 per day. You can still stash your bags with them even if you don’t have a ticket, but the price will increase to $20 per day. Amtrak’s South Station is close to the Boston Commons, where you can enjoy green spaces, stretch your legs, view the Boston Public Garden, and even enjoy a ride in a swan boat!

Name: Amtrak South Station Type: Train station Website: https://www.amtrak.com/stations/bos Address: 700 Atlantic Avenue Boston, MA 02110 Type of storage: Daily Price: $10 with ticket, $20 without ticket

Luggage Storage At Boston Museums

Unlike in most other cities around the nation, many of the museums in Boston do not allow storage of luggage on their premises. However, many of them, such as the Walt Disney Family Museum and Museum of Science, do partner with nearby hotels to offer discounted packages on rooms and museum admission. If you are going to be in Boston for a few days and mainly want to check out the museums in the area, checking out these hotel packages may be a great way to score a deal on both lodging and sightseeing.

Name: Walt Disney Family Museum
Type: Media museum
Website: https://www.waltdisney.org/
Address: 104 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94129
Offerings: Tours, souvenirs, hotel packages
Price: $20-$30

Name: Museum of Science
Type: Science museum
Website: https://www.mos.org/
Address: 1 Science Park, Boston, MA 02114
Offerings: Tours, exhibitions, food, souvenirs, hotel packages
Price: $24-$28 (add-on options are available)


Other Boston Luggage Storage Options

Unfortunately, Boston is one of the most difficult cities in which to find luggage storage. However, that’s about to change! At Knock Knock City, we have plans in the works to open several convenient locations where travelers can store their luggage at a low rate. In the meantime, we recommend storing your bags with Amtrak (even though that option can be somewhat limiting) if you have limited sightseeing time. If you’re a member of a hotel’s travel rewards program, they may also be willing to store your luggage even if you’ve already checked out or haven’t booked a room at all. Some hotels are unable to do this, but it’s worth checking.



Boston: Where History And Culture Meet


Famous as the home of the world’s most rambunctious Tea Parties, Boston has since become one of the United States’s historical, cultural, and scientific hubs. The local world-famous university, Harvard, is located in nearby Cambridge and is ripe for the exploring, as are Boston’s exciting museums, historical sites, and shopping centers.

Name: Harvard University
Type: University
Website: https://www.harvard.edu/
Offerings: Tours, green spaces, souvenirs, food
Price: Free - $$


A Boston Traveler’s Guide

First off, it’s important to know that the best way to see many of the attractions in Boston is by foot, so be sure to bring comfortable shoes. Second, there are certain places that taxis can and can’t go, so be sure to check with a trusted local (such as hotel staff, wait staff, or the taxi drivers themselves) when planning your route. Boston can also get quite chilly, so bring a comfy jacket just in case.


Things To Do And See In Boston

If you only have a couple of hours and need to stretch your legs, take a stroll through Boston Common, a gorgeous park with public art, swan boat rides, and more. If you have a little more time and want to experience as much of the city as possible, you’ll want to walk the Freedom Trail. At 2.5 miles long, the trail is marked by a red line on the sidewalk, and takes you on a short walking tour of American history, starting at Boston Common and ending at Bunker Hill. Baseball fans can also enjoy a Red Sox game at Fenway Park during the season.

Name: Boston Common
Type: Public park/cemetery
Website: https://www.boston.gov/parks/boston-common
Address: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111
Offerings: Green spaces, walking paths, public art, historical grave sites
Price: Free

Name: The Freedom Trail
Type: Historical walking tour
Website: https://www.thefreedomtrail.org/
Address: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111 (Beginning of route)
Offerings: Sightseeing, historical sites, food, drink
Price: Free - $$

Name: Bunker Hill
Type: Historical site
Website: https://www.nps.gov/bost/learn/historyculture/bhm.htm
Offerings: Historical site, tours, local food and drink
Price: Free - $$

Name: Fenway Park
Type: Baseball field
Website: https://www.mlb.com/redsox/ballpark
Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215
Offerings: Major league baseball games, food, drink, events
Price: $-$$$$


Shopping in Boston

The shopping scene in Boston is incredible, and shoppers of all sorts would do well to head straight for Faneuil Hall Marketplace. You can find just about everything there - from jewelry to souvenirs to the latest clothing fashions. Be aware that it can be very crowded around lunchtime, and make sure you don’t stumble on the cobblestones beneath your feet! For shopping in a trendier part of the city, check out Newbury Street. There, you can find food, fashion, shoes, souvenirs, and more! It can also be quite crowded, so remember to be patient as you shop.

Name: Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Type: Shopping center
Website: https://faneuilhallmarketplace.com/
Offerings: Clothing, shoes, accessories, food, drinks, souvenirs, artwork
Price: $-$$$$

Name: Newbury Street
Type: Shopping center
Website: http://www.newbury-st.com/
Offerings: Clothing, shoes, accessories, food, drinks, souvenirs, artwork
Price: $-$$$$


Dining In Boston

Boston is famous for its spectacular American food, but it also has a selection of top-notch Italian places as well! For Italian fine dining, head to Davio’s, where you can enjoy a refined atmosphere, delicious food, and tasty drinks. A cheaper (but still incredible) Italian option is Mario’s Restaurant. If you’re craving an All-American food experience, head to The Warren Tavern, one of the oldest and most historic taverns in the country. Finally, for awesome drinks, be sure to check out Bostonia Public House.

Name: Davio’s
Type: Italian restaurant
Website: http://davios.com/bos
Address: 75 Arlington St, Boston, MA 02116
Offerings: Fine Italian food, handmade pasta, cocktails and drinks
Price: $$$$

Name: Mario’s Restaurant
Type: Italian restaurant
Website: http://marioseastboston.com/
Address: 347 Chelsea St, Boston, MA 02128
Offerings: Italian comfort food, drinks
Price: $$

Name: The Warren Tavern
Type: Historical tavern and restaurant
Website: http://www.warrentavern.com/
Address: 2 Pleasant St, Charlestown, MA 02129
Offerings: Tavern fare, beer, historical experience
Price: $$

Name: Bostonia Public House
Type: Pub
Website: http://bostoniapublichouse.com/
Address: 131 State St, Boston, MA 02110
Offerings: Pub fare, beer, drinks
Price: $$