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In this post, we will try to help you find the best option for where to store luggage in New Orleans, including a new trend in Airbnb inspired luggage storage. 

TIP:  For budget travelers, it is worth considering purchasing a tourist pass. Tourist passes help you save up to 50% off of the retail prices of attractions by bundling several together. 

To learn more, check out our post comparing the different New Orleans Tourist Attraction Passes.


Stasher and its competitors below have created systems that let you, the traveler, find a local place that will store your bag. 

They find convenient locations for travelers, such as souvenir and gift shops, convenience stores, and even hotels.

These locations generally open early and close late and have the capacity and the security to hold your luggage. 


This company offers some of the most competitive rates for luggage storage in New Orleans, with prices starting at just $5.90/per piece per day.

There are currently more than 20 drop-off storage locations in New Orleans.

Use the promo code FREETOURSBYFOOT at checkout to save an additional 5% off.

Alternatively, you could also save 10% by using the New Orleans Sightseeing Pass.

Learn more about Bounce.


Stasher is a British 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

Radical Storage

This company has several locations in Nashville which they call “Angels.”

Angels can be found at several notable locations in New Orleans and the French Quarter in general, including Louis Armstrong Park.

You need to book online before arriving at the location. Keep in mind that even if your plans change, the reservation is non-refundable.

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

Click here to make your reservation.

Advance Check-In 

Advance Check-In allows travelers to maximize their time when visiting New Orleans by transporting their bags to and/or from the requested hotel, cruise terminal, or New Orleans Airport.


To/ From Airport to Hotel, Airport to Cruise, Cruise to Airport

  • First Bag $25
  • Two Bags for $40
  • $15 for each additional bag

To/ From Hotel to Cruise

  • $15/ Bag 

You can visit their website to make a reservation. 


Unfortunately, TSA no longer allows lockers at airports in the United States, so you won't find self-service luggage storage at any airport in the country.

You can always call your airline and see how early you can check a bag, as some will allow you to check luggage hours before your flight. 

Additionally, it's worth noting that larger hotels will often store your baggage for a fee, even for those not staying at the hotel.

Be sure to call ahead to confirm they offer the service. 

Why not check out the Airbnb-style option above? 


Union Passenger Terminal 

If you’re traveling to New Orleans via Amtrak, Union Passenger Terminal offers luggage storage for $10 per day, with a valid ticket.

Even if you don’t have an Amtrak ticket, you may be able to store items for $20 per item for 24 hours.

A valid photo ID is required. See their website for more information. 

Greyhound Los Angeles Bus Terminal

You can store your baggage for $8 per bag up to 24 hours with Greyhound at their New Orleans terminal.

All stored baggage needs to follow their rules/regulations


Fortunately, several museums in the city offer luggage storage while you're a visitor at their museum or gallery for a small fee or for free. It is for museum patrons only.

Be sure to call ahead to be 100% sure, as policies may change.

Also, take note that these museums do not take responsibility for your bags nor do they offer any insurance for storing your luggage. 

The National World War II Museum, Mardi Gras World, and the New Orleans Museum of Art all permit you to leave your bags for free while visiting their facilities. 

Why not check out the Airbnb-style option above? 

New Orleans Walking Tours

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:


About The Author

Stephen Pickhardt

Stephen is the CEO of Free Tours by Foot and has overseen the transformation of a local walking tour company into a global tour community and traveler’s advice platform. He has personally led thousands of group tours in the US and Europe, and is an expert in trip planning and sightseeing, with a focus on budget travelers. Stephen has been published and featured in dozens of publications including The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Yahoo,, and more.
Updated: January 21st, 2023
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