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Where to Store Luggage in Nashville

Updated: May 11, 2024

This post covers luggage-storage services in Nashville, from newer “Airbnb-style” companies to a more traditional luggage storage center.

TIP: Budget travelers should look into a Nashville tourist attraction concession pass to save money on attractions they want to see, like the Country Music Hall of Fame. 



Vertoe Luggage Storage in Nashville

Vertoe (and its competitors) have brought the sharing economy to the luggage storage space just like Airbnb has done with places to stay.

Shops, businesses, and hotels that have secure spaces are listed as locations where you can safely leave your bags while you continue to explore the city.  

All it costs is $5.95 per bag, per day.

They have stringent safety measures and provide complimentary tamper-proof security seals for your baggage.

To top it off, they offer best-in-class $5000 insurance coverage on your baggage for that extra peace of mind. 

Click here to get more information or make your reservation.

Additional Companies

You can find similar services with multiple other companies, some of which have different places, benefits, or prices. So it might be worth it to look around and do some comparisons.


This company provides some of the most competitively priced luggage storage in Nashville, with prices starting at just $5.90 per bag per day.

There are currently 35 Bounce storage locations in Nashville, so you probably won't have to travel very far to find a place where you can drop off your luggage.

Although their prices are already low, you can actually save an extra 5% at checkout by using the promo code FREETOURSBYFOOT.

Alternatively, if you're planning to use a Nashville Sightseeing Pass, it's worth noting that this service includes a 10% off on Bounce luggage storage.

Bounce offers up to $10,000 of insurance on all luggage, and they provide 24/7 customer support whenever you might need it.

Learn more about Bounce.

Radical Storage

Radical Storage has several locations in Nashville which they call “Angels.”

Angels can be found at the Country Music Hall of Fame, Legislative Plaza, and other various businesses throughout the city.

You must book online before arriving at the location. However, the reservation is non-refundable if your plans change.

They charge $6 per item per day and have a guaranteed 3-minute check-in process.

Click here to make your reservation.


Stasher, like Nanny Bag, is a European company making inroads in the North American Market.

One feature that stands out is that they claim most of their locations are open 24 hours a day.

$6/day/bag. $5/day/bag for each additional day. $1200 in insurance.

Click here to make a reservation.

Stow Station

Stow Station is a luggage storage center that is located on 1st Avenue North, close to Broadway and the river.

If you arrive in the city early in the morning but can’t check in until late afternoon, they are a good option for freeing yourself to explore the city.

Stow Station Luggage Storage in Nashville

You must have a reservation to drop your bags off, which you can make online or by calling 615.571.9071.

They are open from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm, and do not offer overnight storage.

Prices per Bag:

  • Small Bags: $9
  • Regular Bags: $18
  • Golf Clubs/Instrument Cases: $18

NOTE: They classify small bags as anything that can fit underneath the seat in front of you on a plane.

More traditional options like these tend to be more expensive, so why not check out an Airbnb-style option above? 

Music City Luggage Lockers

Music City Luggage Lockers is a bit of a cross between traditional storage and a luggage delivery service. You can walk into their location without a reservation to keep your bags for $10 per day.

They also offer luggage pick up and delivery between your accommodation and the airport.

Prices per Bag:

  • Pick Up/Delivery: $20
  • Airport Transfer: $25
  • Storage: $10

If you're looking for a location a bit closer to where you're sightseeing, why not check out an Airbnb-style option above? 

Traveling to other cities as well? Check out our luggage storage post about solutions in all major U.S., Canadian and European cities, or click below:


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Paul Whitten

Paul Whitten is an energetic Nashville native and combat veteran with a passion for history. He's a true storyteller, dedicated to preserving the legendary tales that make his hometown so great. From intimate conversations to books and lectures, Paul seeks to bring history alive with contagious enthusiasm and captivating insight. He loves helping others learn more about Nashville, its unique culture, and the countless stories of adventure associated with it.
Updated: May 11th, 2024
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