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3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
289 feet from Pike Place Market
0,2 miles from Seattle Great Wheel
0,3 miles from Key Arena
0,3 miles from International Fountain
440 feet from the Smith Tower
0,2 miles from King Street Station
0,2 miles from the Space Needle
0,2 miles from the Pacific Science Center
340 feet from Capitol Hill Station
0,2 miles from Broadway & E Howell Station
0,2 miles from Paramount Theatre
0,2 miles from Regal Cinemas Meridian 16
In the Belltown neighborhood
300 feet from Cinerama
0,2 miles from the Pike Place Market
0,2 miles from Benaroya Hall
On Northwest Market St
0,1 miles from Ballard Sunday Farmers Market
Luggage storage in Seattle
With hundreds of weekly flights to Seattle-Tacoma Airport, it’s no surprise that extended trips and stopovers are becoming increasingly popular with travelers.
Using a luggage storage location in Seattle can make your day easier as we allow you to store your belongings while you explore this beautiful city safely.
Our Angels (the name we give to all our collaborators) are situated at local businesses such as hotels, cafes, restaurants, or grocery stores where friendly staff will help you if you want to know more about the area.
Luggage Storage Seattle Downtown | Affordable locations
Below you can find a list of secure luggage storage in Seattle:
- Seattle Downtown luggage storage;
- Luggage storage Downtown Seattle;
- Luggage storage Pike Place Seattle;
- Luggage storage Ferry Terminal.
Luggage storage Seattle Airport | Useful information
With so few storage services at U.S. airports, it is challenging to enjoy a few free hours or a long stopover.
However, there are services well connected to Seattle airport that allow you to leave your luggage and enjoy the city at its best.
Radical Storage has several points well connected with Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)!
You can reach the King Street Station area and drop off your bags at our luggage storage at King Street Station Seattle.
Here you find the light rail that takes you straight to the airport in about 30 minutes.
There is also another luggage storage solution near the connection to the airport, it is our partner open 24/7!
Luggage storage Seattle | How to use the service
Thanks to Radical Storage, you can spend a long stopover exploring the wonders of the city. Many of our partners, whom we call Angels, are open 24/7. Check the opening hours and book your Angel online with just a few clicks.
There are no size or weight restrictions for your bags.
Contrary to traditional luggage storage at train stations and airports, our fare is not hourly but daily. Radical Storage costs US$6 per day and per bag!
Check-in and check-out are quick and easy and allow you to spend your time sightseeing without bulky suitcases.
To provide whatever support to all our users, we have designed a live chat available every day, 24 hours a day. Our operators can answer all your questions and give you useful advice about the service.
Things to do in Seattle
Whether it's a trip for couples, families, a group of friends, or single travelers, Seattle is the ideal destination thanks to the huge amount of attractions you can find there!
For instance, if you like innovative building and enchanting views, the Space Needle is the right place.
Book our Space Needle luggage storage and set off to climb the Seattle must see and must do!
This observation tower was built for the 1962 World's Fair and is 695 feet high (184 meters) and 138 feet wide (42 meters).
Remember that this landmark uses time ticketing, and during busy seasons and holidays, tickets can sell out in advance. We recommend booking your tickets at least 30 days before the day you want to go there. Alternatively, you can go in person to the Space Needle and reserve your time up to 9 days in advance.
Pike Place Market
While visiting Seattle, you can't forget to reach Pike Place Market, one of Seattle's most popular attractions. It's a century-old public market with several stalls where you literally find everything you need. From farmers products to restaurants, and from artisans to shops, we are sure you won't get enough!
Tips to cope with this crowded place
Are you claustrophobic? Maybe you should visit the market during the less crowded hours. Restaurants and stalls, during rush hours or holidays, are full of people. Choose the quietest hours, maybe early in the morning, when you can walk without too many hindrances.
Seattle Art Museum (the recommended option if you have a few hours)
Let's talk now about subjects that art and culture lovers like: museums! One of the most famous art galleries in the city is certainly the Seattle Art Museum.
Are you in a time crunch? This museum is perfect then! In about an hour, in fact, you can hit all the main highlights.
You can see temporary exhibitions and a large permanent collection with masterpieces of American, African, Islamic, European, and Oceanic art.
Take a grunge tour
Often referred to as "The sound of Seattle", grunge music is a rock genre and subculture born in this area in the mid-1980s and quickly spread across the world.
If you are visiting Seattle, you can't forget to explore iconic places and record shops.
Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Mudhoney, and Soundgarden started their careers right here, between the four walls of a garage.
If you love this genre, we suggest you visit Seattle Center's Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), a nonprofit museum founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Another iconic place of grunge music is The Crocodile, a live music venue & bar located on 2200 2nd Ave.