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Luggage storage Westminster Station
We have several locations in the area around the station where you can store your luggage. When storing your bags with LuggageHero, local shops around Westminster Station will take good care of all your baggage while you explore the surroundings or any part of London.
LuggageHero bag storage sites are certified hotels, cafes, and shops. Making an advanced booking ensures space for your bags, should your travel plans change you can easily cancel your booking any time. If you ever asked yourself “is there luggage storage near me?” you’d be happy to know that the address and directions are available at the time of booking and are emailed to you so that you can find your way around with ease.
Westminster Station is an underground station in London. It’s located in the city of Westminster in Zone 1 on the Jubilee, District and Circle lines. The station lies between St. James Park and Embankment, as well as between Green Park and Waterloo on the Jubilee line.
If Westminster station is your stop, then you are steps away from some of the most prominent London locations such as Westminster Abbey, Parliament Square, Whitehall and Westminster Bridge. London Eye and Big Ben are also close by.
By storing your baggage at one of our locations near Westminster Station, you can visit the following sites in the blink of an eye without having to carry around your heavy bags. Suitcase storage in London has never been so easy before!
The Abbey is a Gothic coronation church located in the City of Westminster. It’s one of the country’s notable religious monuments and is the resting place of 17 monarchs. Founded in 960AD, the construction of the present church as we know it today was begun by Henry III in 1245.
Travellers from all over the world come to London to visit Westminster Abbey, the place where 16 royal weddings have been held since 1100. By dropping off your bags at one of our storage locations near the church, you can experience the beauty and history of Westminster Abbey all while we hold onto your luggage in London.
Parliament Square is a square at the northwest end of the palace of Westminster in the City of Westminster. Surrounded by statues of notable people and greenery all around, it’s a place where many protests and demonstrations are held. The square is also overlooked by the House of Parliament, Whitehall, the Supreme Court and with Westminster Abbey to the south.
You can spend an entire day exploring this part of London, but make sure your stroll is bag-free and carefree, and it can be when you leave your bags to us at one of our locations near Parliament Square, London.
Whitehall is a road in the City of Westminster which forms the road from Trafalgar Square to Chelsea, towards Parliament Square. It’s lined with buildings of the Government of the United Kingdom such as the Ministry of Defence, Horse Guards and the Cabinet Office. The street is also famous for its monuments and statues and the well-known Whitehall Theatre which opened in 1930.
Being located in the centre of British government, the theatre was naturally inclined to act out political comedies and satires. If you’re a theater goer, a politics enthusiast or both, Whitehall is the place to visit. And when you store your bags with us, you’re in for the perfect London experience.
Westminster Bridge is a famous, foot-and-road bridge over the River Thames, with Westminster on one side and Lambeth on the other. This green bridge is the shade of the seats in the House of Commons (in contrast to Lambeth Bridge, which is red mimicking the seats in the House of Lords.)
A great sight to have behind you on a selfie, the bridge is a considered a London must-see and storing your luggage nearby at one of our drop-off locations will allow you to stroll around freehandedly and take as many pictures too!
London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames and is one of the best-known tourist attractions in the world. Taking a ride on the London Eye gives you a complete view of London, leaving you breathless. Their luggage policy however doesn’t permit larger bags and suitcases, so your best bet is to drop off your belongings at either London Waterloo Station or Westminster Station as they are close by.
Another gem of Westminster is the Great Bell or Big Ben (nickname for the striking clock) located at the north end of Palace of Westminster. The tower is designed in neo-Gothic style and stands as the largest of the tower’s five bells. A British cultural icon recognised throughout the world, it’s on every tourists’ must-see list. Leaving your luggage close to the Big Ben is a great option if you don’t feel like dragging your luggage around the area, and conveniently, we have a luggage storage nearby.
You can also leave your bags by Westminster station and you’re still a short walking distance away from the Big Ben and many other London tourist attractions.
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Fun facts about Westminster Station:
- Because of the depth of the station box, 17 escalators and five lifts are needed to connect the four platforms to each other and to the ticket hall.
- The station was opened as Westminster Bridge on 24 December 1868. One could say that the station was born on Christmas.
- 1868 Opened (DR)
- 1872 Started “Outer Circle” (NLR)
- 1872 Started “Middle Circle” (H&CR/DR)
- 1900 Ended “Middle Circle”
- 1908 Ended “Outer Circle”
- 1949 Started (Circle line)
- 1999 Opened (Jubilee line)
Frequently Asked Questions about Westminster Station
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Westminster Station.
Which lines is Westminster Station served by?
The station is served by the Circle, District and Jubilee lines. On the Circle and District lines, the station is between St. James's Park and Embankment, and on the Jubilee line it is between Green Park and Waterloo.
Which zone is Westminster Station in?
The station is in Travelcard Zone 1.
How often are trains going to and from Westminster Station?
Train frequencies vary throughout the day, but generally District line trains operate every 2–6 minutes from approximately 05:25 to 00:38 eastbound and 05:49 to 00:37 westbound; they are supplemented by Circle line trains every 8–12 minutes from approximately 05:49 to 00:24 clockwise and 05:36 to 00:19 anticlockwise. Jubilee line trains operate every 2–5 minutes from approximately 05:28 to 00:48 eastbound and 05:38 to 00:31 northbound.
Which bus connections serve Westminster Station?
London Buses routes 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 87, 88, 148, 159, 211 and 453 and night routes N2, N3, N11, N44, N52, N87, N109, N136, N155 and N381 serve the station.