Luggage Storage Boston Common

Store your luggage in a local certified shop from $1/hour

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The young lady working the counter was super pleasant and didnt seem annoyed by an extra service her job offered. She offered some suggestions for the day to check out.
Justin B.
Easy and safe! Steps away from Boston Common and the start of the Freedom Trail. Was so easy to get a Lyft, drop off our luggage, walk the Freedom Trail and get back to the airport - all around 4 hours!
Melissa M.
Friendly Staff and Awesome Service! Got to enjoy our day without having to drag our bags around. We will be leaving our luggage here each time we visit!
Timothy P.
I feel like my bags were safe when i left them there. the workers were great and helped me really fast!
Dana O.
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Consignes à bagages Boston Common

Are you looking for luggage storage near Boston Common? Store your bags with one of our luggage storage locations nearby and explore Boston or stroll through Boston Common hassle-free.

LuggageHero storage sites are certified hotels, cafes, and shops. Advance bookings ensure space for your bags. The address and directions to our partner shops are available at the time of booking. All bags are sealed off with our security seals ensuring each piece of luggage up to once you have dropped off your bags and started our storage timer on your booking page.

 

 

Boston Common

The Boston Common was established in 1634 and is the oldest public park in America. The park echoes of more than 350 years of extraordinary American history from the utilitarian common ground for activities like grazing, militia formations, and public hangings. Today the Boston Common has evolved into a central public park in downtown Boston and includes ballfields, a tot lot and the Frog Pond, which provides skating in the winter and a spray pool for children in the summer.

The central burying ground is located on the Boylston Street side of Boston Common and contains the burial site of the Artist Gilbert Stuart and the composer William Billings. The Common was designated as a Boston Landmark by the Boston Landmarks Commission in 1977. It is also here you’ll find the starting point of the Freedom Trail.