Luggage storage when you visit London

London luggage storage

London luggage storage

If you plan to visit London, luggage storage can be very convenient for visitors and tourists who have some time to spare in the capital before checking into their short let home or before their homeward journey.
You are able to store your bags or luggage at left luggage offices in some of London’s main train stations, at Victoria Coach Station and at other locations in the centre. There were once self-service lockers in some stations, but this is no longer the case in any of the main or underground stations in London.  It is important to check the times that these offices close.  Some of the offices inside shopping malls or museums may have a last collection time that is earlier than their general closing time.


Victoria coach station

If you visit London via Victoria Coach Station there is a luggage storage office opposite Gate 6.  The coach station is located on Buckingham Palace Road, which is under a ten minute walk from Victoria Station.  You don’t require a ticket to store bags here and it is inexpensive.  Victoria Coach Station facilities


Train stations

The following train stations have a luggage storage office run by Excess Baggage Company:
Victoria Station
Charing Cross Station
King’s Cross Station
Euston Station
St Pancras Station
Paddington Station
Waterloo Station
Liverpool Street Station
Access Self Storage, Kings Cross are on Belgrove Street opposite King’s Cross Station and have offer luggage storage facilities.


Shopping centres

If you visit London to shop, the Westfield Shopping Centres in Shepherd’s Bush and Stratford City also have luggage storage facilities.  Bags must be collected before closing time on the same day of depositing.



When you visit London museums, It is worth remembering that most of the large museums and galleries in the capital have cloakrooms and/or coin operated lockers. These will not be suitable for large bags and suitcases, but this facility can come in handy for storing smaller excess bags and big coats, making the time you spend in these places more comfortable. Check the various museum websites for more information.