Luggage storage around Empire State Building
Discovering the wonders and view of The Empire State Building is such a great experience. However, carrying around your suitcase before or after arriving can ruin your day. Moreover, large suitcases or bags aren’t accepted inside the Empire State Building cloakroom for security reasons. This shouldn’t prevent you from having a great time.
There are plenty of options to store your bags, suitcases or sports gear next to the Empire State Building. With this guide, you will be able to choose the luggage storage option the most convenient for your day.
Interactive luggage storage price map
In the following interactive map, you will find the luggage storage options available in the surroundings of the Empire State Building. Click on a pin, and read the details of the company offering the service such as prices, insurances and opening hours.
Browse, explore and make your choice!
How much would storing my luggage near the Empire State Building?
Never more than $10 per day
|$6/day per bag|
|Insurance||Yes, up to $3000 per bag||€500|
Types of luggage storage around the Empire State Building
As mentioned in the interactive map, two companies offer this service in this specific area and they are very similar except for a small difference in the pricing.
“AirBnB luggage storage” with LuggageHero and Bagbnb
LuggageHero and Bagbnb allow travelers to drop their luggage and bags in a certified restaurant hotel bar or local shop. Travelers have to book online a location and drop their luggage which will be sealed with a LuggageHero tag or something similar for Bagbnb. LuggageHero charges their customers only for the hours that their bags are stored with full insurance while Bagbnb charges for a full day when making a booking.
LuggageHero has over a hundred locations in NYC and 3 around The Empire State building within a reasonable distance. This solution of short-term storage provides a lot of flexibility and the ability to improve your day.
The Empire State Building a particular experience
The world-famous Empire State building is located in the center of Midtown Manhattan. On the 86th and 102nd floor, observatories provide you with a 360° view of New York City and as far as the eye can see.
The building is a 102-story Art deco skyscraper designed by Shreve, Lamb, and Harmon and was completed in 1931. Including its antenna, it stands a total of 1,454 feet (443.2 m) tall making it the 28th tallest building in the world.
Empire State Building is an American Cultural Icon and has been feated in more than 250 TV shows and movies since the film King Kong was released in 1933.
Today more than 4 million visitors from around the world every year making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in New York City.