Luggage storage near the Statue of Liberty
Discovering NYC and its many attractions is definitely an enriching experience. However, carrying around your suitcase before or after arriving can ruin your day. Moreover, many attractions have strict no bags policies. Carrying your bags with might also make the whole experience a bit less fun.
There are a few options to store your bags, suitcases or sports gear in the surroundings of Battery Park from where you can find a Ferry to Liberty Island. Here are the main solutions to free yourself and go enjoying the wonderful view of The Statue of Liberty without having to carry around your baggage.
Interactive luggage storage price map
Below you will find the most convenient luggage storage locations in the surroundings of the Statue of Liberty, gathered on an interactive map. Click on a location and read more information on the specific location such as company, prices, and luggage insurance. Moreover, a link to more information such as opening hours and FAQ is provided.
Browse, explore and make your choice!
How much would store my luggage near The Statue of Liberty cost?
Never more than $10 per day
|Insurance||Yes, up to $3000 per bag|
“AirBnB luggage storage” with LuggageHero
LuggageHero allows 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. This company charges their customers only for the exact time that their bags are stored with full insurance.
LuggageHero have over a hundred locations in NYC and 3 near The Statue of Liberty to choose from. This solution of short-term storage provides a lot of flexibility and the ability to improve your day.
The Statue of Liberty particularities
The Statue of Liberty also named “The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World” was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.
It is a colossal neoclassical sculpture located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. Visiting the Statue of Liberty will require you to take a ferry from Battery Park in New York or Liberty State Park in New Jersey. It is free to enter the statue of Liberty, however, you must access it via the Ellis Island Ferry which has a fee of $12 for visitors ages 13 and up. Accessing the statue’s pedestal or crown have an additional fee.