Guide: Luggage Storage in Hamburg
Look here if you are looking for lockers and places to leave your luggage in Hamburg:
If you love to travel, there’s nothing more annoying than carrying your luggage through the entire city. Well, maybe you like to carry it around – if not, this is our coverage of where to store your luggage when in Hamburg.
The Left Luggage facilities at Hamburg Airport are located at Terminal 2, Level 1 (Departures) and can accommodate from small bags to large items like surfboards and golf clubs. Opening hours are from 04:30 to 23:00. There is an initial luggage handling fee of €3 and prices range from €4 to €25 per 24 hours.
The DB Luggage Center is located in the East Hall close to the Church Avenue entrance. Here you can store your luggage safely and reliably. The opening hours are from 08:00 to 20:00 every day.
You might be lucky to stay in a hotel willing to store your bags. This is a great option if you need a little more time to look around the area where your hotel is located. If you want to explore places away from your hotel, it’s possible that some hotels will let you store your bags for a fee even if you are not a guest. However, it’s not all hotels that offer this service to people who are not staying at the hotel, but it never hurts to ask!
Luggage storage at museums and tourist attractions
If you’re going to store luggage for more than just a few hours, it’s sometimes cheaper to use self-storage facilities at museums and tourist attractions. It’s also a great excuse to experience a cultural aspect in Hamburg! However, not all museums and tourist attractions offer this service and you might have to leave your bags at one of the nearby stations.
Below we’ve gathered a collection of museums and tourist attractions in Hamburg where you are sometimes welcome to store luggage. Call ahead if you want to be 100% sure.
Visitors to the Hamburger Kunsthalle can leave their luggage in the cloakroom. Everything bigger than an A4 paper has to be left in the cloakroom.
If you decide to visit Miniatur Wunderland, they have lockers available for smaller pieces of luggage and bigger pieces can be stored in the supervised cloakroom at €0.50 per piece.
Why you should store your luggage
Sightseeing and attractions just aren’t the same with a suitcase in each hand and a backpack. This is the key reason why you should consider planning where to store your luggage while shopping and exploring the city of Hamburg.
Besides the struggling with unhandy suitcases, they also put a physical strain on you as you carry them around with you. Therefore, left luggage storage is the perfect service for you! While storing your luggage in a safe place you’re able to enjoy your time in Hamburg.