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How and where to find lockers and places to store your luggage in Chicago 2020:

You saved all the sights you want to visit on your phone, looked up all the best restaurants and pubs, and checked out nightlife hotspots. But nothing kills the excitement of a holiday than carrying your luggage through the entire city.
No worries, LuggageHero is here to help. With several locations around Chicago, conveniently close to all the main tourist attractions, LuggageHero is a quick, safe and easy solution for storing your bags.

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Use a local shop (coffee shops, souvenir shops, restaurants, and stores) in Chicago to store your luggage for as low as $1. Luggage storage in Chicago has never been so easy before!

Also, LuggageHero uses only certified shops and provides insurance and security seal at over 30 different Luggage Storage Locations in Chicago.

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Featured in Lonely Planet and New York Times.

LuggageHero offers storage options in over 30 shops all over Chicago which means you can stow away your belongings for hours or even days if you need to.

 

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How to safely store luggage during COVID-19 in Chicago

Remember to comply with the current COVID-19 guidelines and to make sure that you are being careful when storing your luggage in Lisbon. Even though it is generally safe to store luggage during the pandemic, you still need to be careful and help avoid the spread of the virus as much as possible.

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Why are you searching for luggage storage in Chicago?

Maybe you have to check out of your Airbnb apartment, rental place or hotel and your flight isn’t until tonight?

Or… You just arrived in Chicago, ready to explore everything the city has to offer, but your rental place isn’t ready for you for 5 more hours? Most travelers have been in similar situations and experienced the struggle of luggage first hand.

Chicago offers a range of possibilities when it comes to the luggage storage and we have gathered everything into this guide to help you.

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Luggage storage options in Chicago.

We’ve listed them below:

 

1. Luggage storage in Chicago Airports

Due to safety regulations, neither O’Hare Airport nor Midway International Airport offers a left luggage or luggage storage service. This is the case in most American airports, so it’s best to do a bit of research on storage options before you plan your trip through the States.

 

Alternative: Luggage storage at museums and galleries in Chicago

With a countless sight to see, Chicago has a very rich and diverse cultural life. However, it might be more difficult to enjoy it, if you suddenly find yourself unable to enter a place you’ve been dying to visit because of your trolley.

We’ve made a quick list of all the main tourist attractions in Chicago and their locker situation so that you’re up-to-speed:

  • Art Institute of Chicago – you can leave your belongings at the coat-check at the price of $1 per item
  • Museum of Science and Industry – you can find the coat check in the Entry Hall (price: $3/ item); electronic devices, personal strollers, bicycles, scooter and Seqways cannot be deposited
  • Wrigley Field – no storage options available
  • Millenium Park – no storage options available
  • Adler Planetarium – you can find the coat check at the main box office (price: $3/ item, no size limitations)
  • Field Museum of Natural History – you can find the coat check in the Stanley Field Hall near the museum’s south entrance (price: $3/ item)
  • Lincoln Park Zoo – there are no storage options available, but you can rent a wagon to more easily carry your bags around with you
  • Chicago Cultural Center – no storage options available
  • Shedd Aquarium – you can find coin-operated lockers on the premises
  • The Chicago Theatre – there is a coat check for handbags and backpacks (price: $2/ item)
  • Chicago History Museum – free coat-check for backpacks and small bags
  • American Writers Museum – they don’t have lockers on site but staff might offer to keep your bags during your visit
  • Richard Gray Gallery – no information available

 

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Great Tip for how to get yourself FREE luggage storage in Chicago:

  • TIP: The demand for luggage storage Chicago is high and therefore it can be tricky to find places where you can store your belongings for free, but it is possible!
  • Travel Hack: Walk into a random hotel and act as you are staying there. Some hotels offer luggage storage for their guests and sometimes even for people who are not staying at the hotel, just ask! And remember to give a great tip in case they want to store it.
  • Leaving luggage at hotels: Most hotels do offer to keep your bags for a few hours before your check-in or after checking out. Your best bet is to simply ask. If your hotel is a bit out of the way from your sightseeing itinerary or means of transportation, you’d want to consider a luggage storage service that is more conveniently located.

 

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Why LuggageHero is your best option Find luggage storage locations in Paris :

Easy, quick, budget-friendly

  • When using LuggageHero in Chicago, you only pay $1/ hour, with a one-time handling fee of $2. No worries, we always keep your budget in mind – you never pay more than $8/day (handling fee included)
  • The handling fee includes security seals and insurance with coverage of up to $3000 for each bag. There are no other hidden fees.
  • If you store your luggage for several days, you only pay a maximum of $8/bag on the first day and only 5$/day afterward.
  • You will only pay for the time you actually store your luggage. You don’t pay anything if you don’t show up for your booking.
  • Book online and receive your directions. No app download needed.

Safety is our no. 1 priority

Don’t leave your just bags behind, but also your worries. Each piece of luggage left in one of our LuggageHero locations in Chicago is insured for up to $3000 per bag, the highest insurance coverage in the industry.
More than that, we have designed a custom security seal that makes sure no one has tampered with your belongings. Click here to read about our specially designed security seal, which is provided for free at all our locations.

Quality-checked partner locations

Luggage storage sites are located inside existing businesses, including retail outlets, hotels, cafes, and more. All are vetted by LuggageHero’s local employee, who performs regular quality checks. Every piece of luggage is stored away from any public access and secured with a security seal every time.

Enjoy Chicago with no time limit

If anything, you should be the boss of your own schedule while on vacation. This is why we have partnered up with locations that are open around the clock so that you can make the most of your visit without having to think of closing times.

Traveling with friends and family made easy

Traveling with friends or family? Then don’t pass up the chance to get a special discount for storing 10 or more pieces of luggage. Write us a quick message and you’re all set to go.

 

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All these companies can offer you bag storage in Chicago- We’ve listed them below:

Chicago Union Station

Amtrak

If you have a valid Amtrak train ticket, you can stow your bags with them for the price of $10 per item, per day. Non-customers can also take advantage of this left luggage storage, at the price of $20 per item, per day.
Additionally, if you are traveling from Chicago to another city in the US, you can make use of their checked baggage service. Simply leave your bags with at the Amtrak Counter and pick it up again at your destination.
If finding your whereabouts in the transit station when traveling sounds like trying to navigate a labyrinth, check out this handy interactive map of the Union Station.

  • Opening hours: 07:00 – 21:00 (Monday – Sunday)
  • Address: 225 S Canal St, Chicago, IL 60606 Open in Google Maps

Chicago Bus Station

Greyhound

At this station, you can store your belongings for up to 24 hours at the price of $8/item.

  • Opening hours:12:00 – 23:59 (Monday – Sunday)
  • Address: 630 W Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60607 Open in Google Maps

Safe Locker

These self-service lockers come in two different sizes: medium (which cost $4.99 for up to 3 hours or $9.99 for a full day) or large ($9.99 for up to 3 hours or $14.99 for a full day). Only credit card payments possible.
Use this map to easily find the lockers’ location.

  • Opening hours:
    10:00 – 21:00 (Monday – Saturday)
    10:00 – 19:00 (Sunday)
  • Address: 5220 Fashion Outlets Way 2nd Floor, Rosemont, IL 60018 Open in Google Maps

Ogden Park

Wait Here Chicago

This service charges a daily flat fee of $17 for one bag (each additional day being an extra $7) or $7 per bag for two bags or more.
Their weekly service includes free pickup and costs $45 for one bag or $35 per bag for two bags or more. Take note that for this second option, the shuttle service is free only during service hours and does not apply for destinations north of the loop, suburbs or O’Hare.

  • Opening hours:07:00 – 22:00 (Monday – Sunday; by appointment: also outside usual hours)
  • Address: 6439 S Racine Ave, Chicago, IL 60636 Open in Google Maps

 

This is a comparison of all the companies in Chicago offering luggage storage:

 

What more can LuggageHero offer?

  • Online customer service 24/7.
  • Great prices and a user-friendly platform.
  • No correct currency needed. All major credit cards accepted.
  • You will only pay for the time you actually store your luggage. You don’t pay anything if you don’t show up for your booking.
  • Book online and receive your directions. No app download needed.

 

The 4 simple steps to leave your luggage with LuggageHero

  1. When booking online you are always guaranteed space
  2. Start the storage timer in your browser when arriving at the shop or use the link sent to you to access your booking page.
  3. Enjoy yourself in Chicago!
  4. Pick up your luggage and stop the storage timer on your booking page.

 

Costs and Discount Voucher

  • per hour + a one-time handling fee of – maximum for the first 24 hours and $5 for each additional day including your free luggage storage insurance

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For even more comfort and ease, you can download our LuggageHero bag storage app where you can see all our locations around Chicago.

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Sightseeing and attractions just aren’t the same with a suitcase in each hand and a backpack on your shoulders. Free yourself from baggage to fully enjoy your time in Chicago.

 

Frequently asked questions about Chicago

Can you store luggage at O'Hare International airport?

Unfortunately, there is no luggage storage available at O’Hare International airport. Luckily for you, LuggageHero is an affordable and safe choice to store your luggage, starting from $1/hour.

What to see in Chicago?

There are many places you can choose to visit while in Chicago. We recommend Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Robie House, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Willis Tower where you can check the Skydeck, and the Millennium Park, to visit Anish Kapoor's "Cloud Gate".

How do I get around in Chicago?

Public transport in Chicago is a good option, specifically the L train. The Blue Line that operates between downtown and O’Hare International airport runs 24 hours a day, so this one might be your best choice when coming from the airport.