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387 feet from the Willis Tower
0,1 mile from Quincy Station
0,1 miles from Dewitt&Chestnut Bus Stop
0,2 miles from 360 Chicago
0.4 miles from Credit Union 1 Arena
0.5 miles from Arrigo Park
In the neighbourhood of Belmont
0,1 mile from Belmont Metro Station
In the Wicker Park District
0,3 miles from Damen & Potomac Bus Stop
0,2 miles from Lincoln Park Zoo
0,3 miles from Lincoln Park Conservatory
0,2 miles from Jackson Metro Station
0,2 miles from The Art Institute of Chicago
In the Fulton Market District
0,1 miles from Morgan Station
0,2 miles from Clark & Arlington Bus Station
0,4 miles from Park West
0,2 miles from Harrison Station
0,2 miles from Morton Building
0,2 miles from LaSalle Street Station
0,2 miles from Harrison Station
308 feet from Belmont Subway Station
0,3 miles from Joong Boo Market
In the New East Side District
0,1 miles from Lake Shore East Park
In the River North neighborhood
0,3 miles from The Richard H. Driehaus Museum
In the Lake View East District
0,5 miles from Wellington Station
Luggage storage Chicago
In this handy guide, you'll find all the best luggage storage locations in Chicago. Storing your bags in the so-called Windy City has never been easier.
If you have a long delay but want to store your luggage safely, don't miss the opportunity to see even a tiny bit of the city.
Chicago is a huge aviation hub, so that you may find yourself with a long layover or delay.
Now you can store your luggage in Chicago at multiple safe sites for just $6 per day! This is a fixed price, without additional taxes, limits, or restrictions on weight, baggage size, etc.
Our Angels are local businesses that have partnered with us to provide luggage storage in Chicago. It almost seems too good to be true.
Recommended luggage storage options in Chicago
No matter how carefully you have planned your trip, there are bound to be reasons why you find yourself pulling your suitcase along a busy pavement in a strange city.
The fact that transport, accommodation, and sightseeing arrangements often don't dovetail is a fact of life.
We know that the weather can spring surprises. With all sorts of threats today, cities are wary of setting up public storage facilities. If you have ever used any of those, you'll know that there are genuine risks involved for your precious valuables.
However, with Radical Storage, you have peace of mind that you have left your luggage in the safe hands of Angels.
- Luggage storage Chicago Downtown
- Magnificent Mile luggage storage
- Chicago Union Station luggage storage
- Little Italy luggage storage
These are just a few of our baggage storage locations, if you want to find more, scroll up.
How do I book my luggage storage in Chicago?
Many of our Angels offer storage facilities in Chicago that are available 24 hours. They are conveniently situated close to the top tourist destinations and can be booked using the Radical app or website.
Book and receive a map of the closest Angel. Checking in your luggage will only take a few minutes.
Show the QR code at the check-in desk, and your luggage will be immediately stored safely by our operators.
Leave your luggage without hesitation because all our partners (called Angels) are local businesses vetted and monitored over time. Besides, every piece of luggage has a security guarantee.
Inside the premises of our Angel, you can also find products and services at discounted prices. For example, you can enjoy a cup of American coffee at a special price. Again, you can rent a bicycle with a customer discount.
Remember to check the opening hours of our storage locations carefully.
If you have any doubts or want to ask us questions, you have a chat box available within the platform.
Things to do in Chicago
Chicago is situated on beautiful Lake Michigan and is famous for architecture, cuisine, and entertainment- especially Jazz and Blues clubs.
You can enjoy wall climbing at Millennium Park or explore the Magnificent Mile - a place with exclusive stores, restaurants, and hotels. And while at Millennium Park, don't forget about the Cloud Gate.
Another interesting place to visit is the Museum of Science and Industry, located right in Hyde Park.
Don't forget to reach Skydeck (as long as you don't suffer from vertigo!) or take in the iconic architecture along the river walk.
Chicago is the home of the skyscraper, so you'll find a range of art deco and contemporary buildings.
Chicago's diversity of people and history is reflected in the cuisine and entertainment.
If you love to drink a little, you'll enjoy the many historic walking tours of bars and speakeasies. Some of the most popular include the haunted pub tour or the Chicago Prohibition tour.
This takes place mainly in the Old Town district and Wicker Park, where we have Angels waiting to store your bags. In Chicago, they also pride themselves on pulling a great pint of beer!
Booking a Chicago walking tour is another great idea to make the most of your day. Experienced tour guides will introduce you to the city's deepest secrets. You'll learn about the little-known corners of the city and the best restaurants. Looking at a city through the eyes of a local is definitely one of the best experiences in getting to know a new city.
The city of NBA and hockey
Surely, even if you're not a sports fan, you'll be familiar with the legendary Chicago Bulls, the team made world-famous by Michael Jordan.
Among the most recent tourist attractions, we cannot forget the United Center, the largest North American arena. Here you can tour the whole arena, including Bulls and Blackhawks locker rooms, the Michael Jordan statue, and more.
Covid-19 permitting, you'll also soon be able to enter this arena to watch an actual game live. Remember to reserve your tickets well in advance. Field hockey and basketball games are in high demand, so it may not be easy to find a ticket at the last minute.
The Museum of Natural History and The Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago's Field Museum of Natural is one of the most appreciated museums in the city. It's one of the most important natural history museums, given its high scientific and educational programs. It also has diverse permanent exhibitions that range from fossils to recent technological tools. It's located in the Museum Campus Area (near Grant Park), and it's very close to the Shedd Aquarium.
Don't forget the Art Institute, one of the world's great art museums, housing a huge collection of artifacts and paintings.
It's located at 111 S Michigan Ave and gives you a discount on the ticket if you have the Chicago Pass. Also, it's situated within walking distance of Adam/Wabash subway station (well connected with Chicago Union Station)
- 360 Chicago Observation Deck - located 1000 feet above the famed Magnificent Mile.
- Chicago River - a system of rivers and canals that runs through the city.
- Garfield Park Conservatory - one of the largest botanical conservatories in the US.
- Lakefront Trail - the perfect place for walkers, runners, and bikers.