Luggage Storage Brick Lane

Turn your travel days into holidays from £1/hour

Our customers are saying

incredibly, it's as simple as it sounds! We walked in, paid for the bags online using the local WiFi, went exploring for a few hours, came back, stopped the timer on the website, and collected our luggage. GREAT SERVICE, we'll definitely be using again.
Keegan K.
This was my first time using luggage hero and it was completely painless! The guys at the shop were nice and helped explain how the process worked. No issues dropping off or picking up, and there was a really cute shop cat :)
Holly H.
Very impressed overall. Pre-booked online with ease, storage store very helpful, clear and easy to use link on phone. Customer service very efficient. Overall a very good experience would definitely recommend and use again. Thanks Luggagehero!
Kamal C.
Very helpful. First time using this service and they talked me through each step (which was much simpler than anticipated). Great location as well.
Amy F.

Luggage storage Brick Lane

Need to store your luggage near Brick Lane? Drop off your items of at one our luggage storage locations just around the corner. Our LuggageHeroes will take care of your luggage while you could explore, for example, Brick Lane Market. Overnight storage can easily be handled.

Storing your luggage with LuggageHero will save you time commuting back and forth to the traditional storage facilities. You book online, start the storage timer when arriving in our LuggageHero and off you go.

Luggage storage has never been as easy as now. Our security seals provided in the shop activate a insurance on all of your bags and our storage timer will make sure you only pay for the hours spent.

Explore Brick Lane hassle free and turn your travel day into a holiday.

 

Brick Lane Luggage Storage
 

Brick Lane

Brick Lane is a street in east London, in the London borough of Tower Hamlets. It runs from Swanfield Street in the northern part of Bethnal Green, crosses Bethnal Green Road in Shoreditch, passes through Spitalfields and is linked to Whitechapel High Street to the south by the short stretch of Osborn Street.

This area in East London has changed from poor slums and the scene of the crime for the Jack the Ripper murders to an area that is now extremely popular with Londons edgy and artistic crowd featuring galleries, restaurants, markets, and festivals throughout the year.

Brick Lane is easily accessed using the District, Circle or Overground line and it is within walking distance of Liverpool Street Station.