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In the Castro district
0,1 miles from the GLBT Historical Society Museum
In the Chinatown district
0,3 miles from the Transamerica Pyramid
0,2 miles from Van Ness Avenue
66 feet from Market St & Gough St Stop
In the Parkside neighborhood
0,4 miles from the Sunset District
In the Tenderloin district
0,4 miles from Union Square
In the Downtown
0,3 miles from Powell Street Station
In the district of Richmond
0,5 miles from Mountain Lake Park
Luggage Storage in San Francisco
The last day of a vacation can be hard to plan. If you booked an early morning flight, it might seem you're missing the day.
If your departure is late in the evening, it's always difficult to find a place to store your luggage. This can mean lugging it all day long, from buses to crowded streets or through museums.
Don't panic. Calm down, breathe, and smile, because Radical Storage will turn your day around!
Our luggage storage in San Francisco can take care of your luggage all day long!
Thanks to our temporary luggage storage service, you can make the most of the last few hours in the city or your stopover (from San Francisco Airport, you can easily reach the downtown). You can lie down on a golden beach and let the sun kiss you or take advantage of taking a surfing lesson or a boat ride.
And if you're not in the city in the summer, you'll have the opportunity to visit the attractions that you haven't been able to see yet without hindrance.
Our goal is to make your vacation unforgettable. Read on to find out all our luggage storage in San Francisco and other useful information about the city!
Reach out to our customer support, if you need further information about the service. Our operators are waiting for you in chat and speak your language! Alternatively, you can send us an email.
San Francisco Luggage Storage
Here are all the best luggage storage locations in San Francisco, USA - Plus, all the opening hours.
- Luggage Storage San Francisco Union Square | Open till 21:00;
- Luggage Storage Downtown San Francisco | Open till late at night;
- Luggage Storage Castro | Open till 23:00;
- Luggage Storage Chinatown | Open till 19:30;
- Luggage storage Van Ness Station | Open till late at night.
As you can see, we offer luggage storage options all over the city.
Luggage Storage San Francisco | Affordable Price
Whether you have decided to spend your final day exploring Chinatown, SoMa, or Union Square there’s always a Radical Storage point closest to you.
We are the first low-cost luggage storage network with a fixed rate of $6 per day! The rate won't change depending on the size as we don't have any restrictions.
Our luggage storage places in San Francisco are located in cafè, bike rentals, hotels, bars, and so on.
Security is not everyone's prerogative, which is why we choose our employees carefully.
Even if we are not in Los Angeles, we call our partners "Angels" because of their reliable and caring nature.
They'll keep your luggage with great care from the first to the last minute. Storing your bags has never been easier!
Store your luggage in San Francisco with a few clicks
Using our service is simple! You can book via app or accessing our website.
The recommended option is to enable geolocation. This way, the system will show you all the nearest storage places.
Alternatively, you can enter the desired address and view all the nearby spots.
Things to do in San Francisco
There are a lot of things and places you shouldn't miss while visiting San Francisco.
The city is huge in terms of places of interest and amenities, but it's relatively small (It's only 49 square miles!).
It's essential to look for all the places you want to see and write down a plan before starting your tour.
We suggest you take a look at both outdoor and indoor activities. You'll be spoilt for choice!
Tip for you: don't forget to visit Alcatraz Island, Pier 39 and to follow the advice of the airport travel agency.
The Golden Bridge
We are sure you won't forget San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge for the rest of your life! This red-colored huge bridge is 227 meters high, and it's simply incredible.
If you're wondering why a bridge called "Golden Gate" is red, here's the explanation. Legend has it that the entrance to the San Francisco Bay was named Chrysopylae (a Greek word for "golden door") by one of the first explorers of the area, John C. Fremont.
Golden Gate Park
Note: Before visiting United States parks, remember to visit their official websites to determine if they're operating.
Golden Gate Park is an urban park in the heart of San Francisco and the third most visited park in the U.S.
This urban gem houses beautiful gardens, fountains, quiet lakes, and glades.
In the park, visitors can find the de Young Museum, showcasing a wonderful collection of art. And if take the elevator to the top of the museum's tower, you'll enjoy an enchanting view of the whole park, as well as the bay.
Union Square is located in downtown San Francisco and is a 2,6-acre plaza circled by tall palm trees. It's considered San Francisco's business district, in fact, it’s full of shops, hotels, and department stores.
Union Square is the perfect place for a shopping spree or if you still need to buy souvenirs for your friends.
And if you are looking for a place to relax, the area has plenty of beauty centers and spas.
You can't leave San Francisco without walking down Lombard Street, known as the most crooked street in the world.
Its hairpin bends covered with red tiles and its beautiful flowerbeds will certainly not go unnoticed.
We suggest booking a tour of the street in advance, to know all its secrets and hidden gems.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
The San Francisco Museum of Modert Art (SFMOMA) is a 7-floors building, which holds a recognized collection of modern and contemporary art. It's managed by a nonprofit organization and was the first museum of the West Coast dedicated to 20th-century art.
The museum is closed on Wednesdays, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. Please, visit the official website to read all the updates.
In short, these are just a few of the endless attractions this city has in store for you! Choose the ones that you like best and get the most out of your free time! To see all the luggage storage options in San Francisco you find in the city, check this handy list.
Are you traveling to San Francisco by yourself? Read here all the best things to do alone in this wonderful city!