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You can now drop off your luggage at many secure locations around Los Angeles. At Knock Knock City, we offer you information on affordable luggage storage, insurance, and a no-fee cancellation policy. Store your bags with us and enjoy your time in Los Angeles!
We want to make your bag storage in LA an easy, stress-free experience!
Despite the fact that LAX is the biggest airport in the Los Angeles area, it doesn’t have any in-airport luggage storage open to the public. However, there is one company that does storage and pick-ups/drop-offs specifically at LAX, which is simply called LAX Luggage Storage. They have great hours, opening at 4:00 A.M and staying open until midnight, but their pricing is somewhat inflexible. Storage prices range from $10-$15/day depending on the size and type of bag. Unfortunately, even if you’re only storing for a couple of hours so you can go sightseeing, you still have to pay for the whole day.
Name: LAX Luggage Storage
Type: Storage Company
Address: 8622 Bellanca Avenue, Suite G, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Type of storage: Daily
Price: $10-$15 per day
If you’re in town between flights and have time to catch a game, you’re probably looking for a place to store your bags in the meantime. Los Angeles is notorious for its low availability of luggage storage, but luckily, you do have one option - LAX Luggage Storage. Its proximity to the airport makes it relatively easy to get to no matter which stadium you’re heading towards. Not only that, but it’s easy to pick up your bags on the way back to the airport to catch your flight, since it’s likely to be on the way.
There are several amazing museums and touring opportunities in Los Angeles. Art enthusiasts will love The Getty Center, which features work by famed artists like Vincent Van Gogh. Fans of cars will jump at the chance to visit the Petersen Automotive Museum. And if you’re interested in natural history, you’ll love the infamous La Brea Tar Pits, where you can tour an active Ice Age excavation site and view the tar pits, which are still bubbling today. All of these locations offer luggage storage at the museum during your visit. However, you will have to take your luggage with you once you leave the museum itself.
Name: The Getty Center
Type: Art Museum
Address: 1200 Getty Center Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Offerings: Artwork, educational opportunities, food
Price: Admission is free, but parking is $10-$15
Name: Petersen Automotive Museum
Type: Automotive museum
Address: 6060 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036-3605
Offerings: Museum tours, food, shopping
Name: La Brea Tar Pits & Museum
Type: Museum and active excavation site
Address: 5801 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036-4539
Offerings: Natural history, tours of an active archeological dig site, geological phenomenon, food, shopping
As one of the biggest cities in the United States, Los Angeles offers nearly unlimited opportunities for exploration, entertainment, and excitement. Whatever your interests may be, there’s something for you here! However, if you have to drag your luggage around with you, it severely limits the number of fun things you can do. Luckily, we’re bringing affordable, convenient luggage storage to Los Angeles so that you can drop your bag somewhere safe and get to enjoying the city!
Knock Knock city has a unique system that’s centered around your needs.
Los Angeles is a traveler’s paradise! With several world-class sports teams, a nearly unlimited array of food and drink options, and of course, the famous Hollywood, you’ll find something to entertain you no matter how much - or how little! - time you have to spend in the city.
Offerings: Sightseeing, shopping, food and drink
Like in any other city, we highly recommend that you keep your belongings close at all times and never leave them unattended. When you’re in Los Angeles, don’t jaywalk! They take that very seriously, and you will be heavily fined if you’re caught. Also, smoking isn’t allowed inside any of the buildings in the city, so be aware of that if you plan to visit museums, stadiums, or do other indoor activities.
If you’re a film and theater fan, we highly recommend exploring Hollywood. The Walk of Fame is one of the most interesting, exciting, and time-flexible things to do in the city. If sports are more your thing, you’ll love catching a Lakers, Dodgers, Chargers, or Rams game. Or, if you’d like to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a while, check out Griffith Park - a sprawling wild parkland with hiking trails, biking trails, and even horseback rides!
Name: Hollywood Walk Of Fame
Type: Hall of fame
Address: N Highland Ave & Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Offerings: Tours, history, entertainment
Name: Griffith Park
Address: 4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Offerings: Walking, biking, horseback riding
Price: Free - $
Los Angeles has several amazing shopping meccas where you can browse and buy to your heart’s content. For a true souvenir, check out Hollywood & Highland, a chic neighborhood full of unique boutiques, shops, and stores. If you’d love to stretch your legs and shop at the same time, head to The Grove, where you can browse shops in the open-air mall. And finally, for the ultimate shopping experience, check out Rodeo Drive for a full two miles of killer shopping opportunities!
Name: Hollywood & Highland
Type: Shopping mall
Address: 6801 Hollywood Blvd #170, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Offerings: Shopping, souvenirs, food, and drink
Name: The Grove
Type: Shopping mall
Address: 189 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Offerings: Shopping, food, and drink
Name: Rodeo Drive
Type: Shopping mall
Offerings: Shopping, entertainment, food, and drink
If you’re looking for a wide range of dining options (including vegetarian and vegan-friendly establishments), then LA is a dream come true. With its strong Hispanic heritage, Los Angeles boasts some of the most incredible Hispanic food in the States. Try Guisados for quick, inexpensive, delicious Latin American food. Or, if you want an incredible dining experience and you have some cash to spend, reserve a table at Carlitos Gardel. Though LA is famous for certain types of food, you can find amazing eats of all kinds in this city! Try The Original Philippe for an incredible (and affordable) sandwich, Din Tai Fung for amazing Chinese, or The Terrace if you can’t quite decide what you want.
Address: 2100 East Cesar E Chavez Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90033
Offerings: Authentic Mexican food
Name: Carlitos Gardel
Address: 7963 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Offerings: Argentinian food and wine
Name: Philippe The Original
Type: Restaurant and deli
Address: 1001 North Alameda, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Offerings: Sandwiches and comfort food
Name: Din Tai Fung
Address: Westfield Century City, 10250 Santa Monica Blvd #2400, Los Angeles, CA 90067
Offerings: Taiwanese food
Name: The Terrace Cafe
Address: 7 Washington Blvd, Venice, Los Angeles, CA 90292-5123
Offerings: American and Italian food