Book now your luggage storage in Birmingham with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
480 meters from Birmingham New Street
640 meters from Birmingham Moor Street
Try our luggage storage network in Birmingham
You just arrived in town but you don't have time to go to the hotel before the meeting? Are you on a long stopover and want to visit some monument without taking your luggage with you?
For these and other reasons, you should try a service that will make your day significantly easier and allow you to enjoy your free time.
How does our luggage storage service in Birmingham work? Read on to find out all the details.
How to use the service
All the Radical spots are listed online. You can find them both on the website and the app. Don't be embarrassed to find yourself in an internet café, a hotel or a shop near the Birmingham New Street Station and, therefore, the famous shopping mall Bullring. All our partners are reliable local companies that will take care of your baggage belongings.
Radical only costs £5 per day (the rate is valid for a single bag). You can book online in less than one minute!
Welcome to Brum!
Birmingham (or Brum, as the locals call it) is Britain's second-largest city and it is located in West Midlands. In the city, you still can see the old factories dating back to the Industrial Revolution, an event that changed the history of the UK and the whole world radically. The canals that are used now for pleasure boating were a byproduct of those factories. Nowadays, Brum is renowned for its museums as well as its events and festivals. One of the most famous is the Birmingham Food Festival (or Foodies Festival) which takes place at Cannon Hill Park (21, 22, 23 June). The city also holds a design festival and a lantern festival.
The city of a thousand faces
Birmingham is a city of a thousand faces. Here you will find different historical epochs that co-exist together. Alongside very old churches such as the Old Coventry Cathedral, built at the end of the 14th century, you'll find hyper-modern buildings such as the Bull Ring. Museum-lovers will also consider Brum as their natural environment. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, the National SEA LIFE Centre, the Thinktank and the Birmingham Museum&Art Gallery are just some of the fantastic museums you can visit. Although the Old Town is not so large, it hosts Victorian-style buildings, cathedrals and typical English boutiques.