Book now your luggage storage in Bristol with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
On Victoria Street
In front of Temple Church/Temple Gardens
160 meters from Bristol Bus & Coach Station
128 meters from St James' Park
160 meters from the Anson Rooms
480 meters from the Hidden Gallery
50 meters from The Bristol Music Club
480 meters from the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
47 meters from Bristol Hippodrome
106 meters from the Statue of Neptune
320 meters from the Clifton Suspension Bridge Playground
480 meters from the Clifton Observatory
Your luggage storage in Bristol
Everybody knows that it isn’t easy to explore a new city if you have to carry your suitcases with you. It’s uncomfortable and stressful! To avoid problems like these a revolutionary service, named Radical, was invented in Italy. Radical is the first luggage storage network with luggage storage locations all over the world and all over Bristol. Radical isn’t only a luggage storage but also a local experience. That’s right, our Angels (that is what we call our partners) are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the Radical team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city! What are you waiting for?
How to store your bags with us
You have a problem? Your bus arrives early at the Bristol Coach Station and your hotel doesn’t offer a luggage storage option? Don’t worry, use our service near the Bristol Coast Station and forget that even happened. You can book a Radical online directly. Select your favourite Angel and reserve a place for your bag in a few clicks! We know that you are used to lockers at train stations and airports but we are a different service! You will leave your belonging inside verified local businesses for the fixed price of £5 per day and per bag, without any extra fee. It means that if your bag exceeds conventional dimensions you won’t have to pay more. Moreover, our live chat is active 24/7.
Although Bristol is not a renowned tourist destination, its reputation has been changing in recent years. It used to be just a place to visit quickly before going to Bath, but now, it’s a vibrant city that attracts hundreds of students and artists. Bristol is a fully fledged cultural and creative hub. It is not only the city where Banksy was born (and where you will find his artworks), but also the home of chocolate and the tasty Cheddar cheese. If you are traveling with your mates, make sure to catch a game of rugby before heading back home. In contrarily, if you are with your children, hit the Bristol Zoo where you’ll find many animals you and your family won’t forget.
The city of festivals
Several festivals take place in Bristol every year, attracting thousands of visitors. The most important one is the Bristol Harbour Festival, an annual event that celebrates the city’s maritime heritage. During this celebration, concerts of all kinds, street performances, and fireworks are held near the port. The Harbour, however, is not the only event in the city. Two very famous kermesses also take place which are the Foodies Festival (in May) and the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta (in August). If you rather take it easy and enjoy some culture, we recommend you to book tickets for a musical, a Welsh national opera or any other show at the Bristol Hippodrome.