Book now your luggage storage in Washington DC with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
In the Downtown Area
249 feet from Farragut North Subway Station
In the Shaw Neighborhood
0,1 miles from Carter G. Woodson Home National Historic Site
0,2 miles from Crispus Attucks Park
0,2 miles from The Phillips Collection
0,4 miles from Dupont Circle
In front of Columbia Rd NW & Ontario Rd NW stop
0,2 miles from 18th street
0,3 miles from Walter E Convention Center
0,3 miles from National Museum of Women in the Arts
250 feet from U St/African-American Civil War Memorial/Cardozo Station
300 feet from Lincoln Theatre
0,1 miles from Capitol Hill Square
0,4 miles from Capitol South Station
0,6 miles from Union Station
0,5 miles from Stanton Park
Luggage storage in Washington DC
Did you arrive in Washington, DC, without knowing what to do with your suitcases before checking in at your hotel? Do not worry anymore, our luggage storage options in Washington DC come to your rescue!
With our service, you won’t have to worry about dragging your suitcases from one side of the city to another.
In addition, some of our luggage storage places are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All you have to do is visit our website or the Radical app, choose your favorite Angel and click on "Book Now." Payment is secure and can be done by credit card.
Washington DC luggage storage | Affordable Price
Washington, DC, is a big city with an awe-inspiring network of metro lines that can sometimes be hectic. Rather than spending hours trying to figure out the map of DC metro, use our luggage storage near Union Station, and our Angel will be happy to help you with your travels.
All of our luggage storage options are located in local businesses near popular restaurants, metro stations, or train stations. Our Angels will put your luggage in a secure space so that you can go back to exploring the city with peace of mind. That’s not it, our service costs only $6 per day and per bag, no extra charge!
Store your luggage and visit the city without stress and the anxiety of losing your valuables.
Radical Storage has bag storage locations all over the city, book online the most popular ones:
- Luggage Storage Washington Union Station | Open every day; 0,5 miles from Columbus Circle.
- Left luggage in Washington DC Downtown | 249 feet from Farragut North Subway Station.
- Luggage storage Capital Arena | 0,4 miles from Gallery Pl-Chinatown Station.
- Luggage Storage Connecticut Ave | 0,4 miles from Dupont Circle.
Storing your bags with Radical Storage allows you to explore the city in a free way. Our luggage storage locations are scattered throughout the United States and have been used by thousands of travelers.
With us, you can leave your bags everywhere and anytime. Besides, we don't have any size restrictions, so if you are walking with an XXL suitcase, we'll keep it, too!
Contrary to luggage lockers, we don't have any queues so that you can drop off your bags in seconds.
Just show the QR code you received, and our Angel (that's what we call our partners) will immediately store your stuff.
If you have any questions, you can reach out to us by writing in the chat. Our customer service is available 24/7. We're sure our luggage storage service will pleasantly surprise you!
Best things to do in Washington
Visiting Washington is an amazing experience and will allow you to explore one of the most important cities in the United States. Between free attractions, museums, monuments, historic buildings, and excursions, your Washington vacation will become unforgettable.
Among the top rated tourist attractions are the United State Capitol and the White House, two of the nation's most important sites.
However, the American capital has much more to offer. There's the beautiful National Mall, a green space home to important monuments and the site of historical events.
The Washington Monument, a very tall obelisk dedicated to the first president of the United States of America.
Among the museums not to be missed: the Smithsonian Museums founded in 1846 to spread knowledge and culture among the population.
Other must-see attractions: The National Air and Space Museum, Lincoln Memorial and the National Gallery of Art.
How to reach Washington D.C.
Many people confuse Washington state with Washington D.C., but as you know, they are located in two opposite areas of the United States.Washington D.C. is very close to Baltimore and borders the states of Maryland and Virginia.
The best times to visit the city are in the spring and fall, March through May and September through November. During these months, temperatures are mild and it doesn't rain much. Washington summers are hot and humid, while winters are quite cold with light snow.
If you are in the States or abroad, you can reach the city by plane. Washington D.C. is served by three airports: Ronald Reagan (DCA), Dulles (IAD), and Baltimore-Washington (BWI).
From any airport, then, you can reach the downtown area by metro at very affordable prices.
Another way to get to the city is by car or bus. In the US, you can rent a private car anywhere and the prices are very competitive.