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You can now find luggage storage in convenient locations all around Miami. At Knock Knock City, we provide you with the best locations that pair affordable luggage storage with security so that you can enjoy your trip without worrying. We want to make your bag storage in Miami an easy, stress-free experience!
Luggage Storage South Beach
Maybe it’s the beach, or the fresh seafood, or the sunny climate, but something about Miami just screams “relaxation.” However, it’s hard to chill when you have to drag your luggage around with you wherever you go. At Knock Knock City, we want to give you the chance to explore and enjoy Miami unencumbered by luggage, which is why we’ll soon be opening several locations for baggage storage in Miami, Florida. Whether you’re a local who needs to stash a bag for a couple hours, or you need to find luggage storage in Miami after a cruise, we’re here to help.
We partner with business, shop, and store owners near convenient locations to ensure you have short term luggage storage in Miami while you’re out and about. The owners and staff of our partner locations are extensively trained in safety and know how to protect your items. Before you leave your luggage, you’ll be given a branded zip tie with which you can personally secure your luggage as an added precaution. Additionally, each item you store with us is insured for up to $2000! Our emphasis on security sets us apart from other luggage storage facilities in Miami.
At Knock Knock City, we’ve designed our entire system around your needs and help you find what you're looking for. It’s our goal to make storing luggage in Miami a breeze!
The Miami International Airport (or MIA for short) is one of the busiest airports in the United States.They’re experts in the art of moving people from one place to another on a local, national, and international level. When it comes to travel, they’ve thought of everything - including luggage storage! MIA has a luggage storage facility located at Central Terminal E, where you can store your items for up to 60 days. Pricing is charged by the day and calculated based on your bag’s size. You can expect to pay anywhere from $6-$19/day, and the smaller the bag, the cheaper the rate.
Name: Miami International Airport
Address: 2100 NW 42nd Ave, Miami, FL 33126
Type of storage: Daily, up to 60 days
Price: $6-$19/day depending on bag size
One of the most famous things about the Miami area is its gorgeous, sandy beaches. Whether you’re wanting to get out your swimwear and enjoy some sun and surf or take a stroll through Lummus Park, the Luggage Lounge is a great place to stash your bags. Located right next to the famous Miami Beach, the Luggage Lounge offers bag storage for a daily flat rate. You can expect to pay between $5 and $12 depending on the size of your item, and overnight/weekly rates are also available.
Name: The Luggage Lounge
Type: Luggage Storage
Address: 235 9th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Type of storage: Daily
Price: Between $5 and $12 depending on the size of your item
Name: Lummus Park
Address: 1130 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Offerings: Walking, biking, beach views, sports courts, museums, food
Name: Miami Beach
Offerings: Beaches, tours, shopping, food, drink, nightlife, accommodations
At the moment, there are few luggage storage options in Miami other than the ones mentioned above. However, if you’re checking out of your hotel and have several free hours to explore, ask the front desk if they will store your bag while you’re out and about. Many hotels (though not all of them) are willing to do this, even if you’ve checked out already.
Known as “The Magic City” because of its rapid growth and change, Miami is one of the most fun and unique places to visit in the world. Enjoy a stroll on the beach, check out a museum, catch a Dolphins game, or try amazing food inspired by cultures throughout the world. There’s no shortage of things to do here!
Miami has an abundance of free public transportation options that can make sightseeing much easier, such as the Miami Trolley and Metromover. Though these are both relatively safe options, we still highly recommend keeping an eye on your personal items at all times to avoid theft. The city also has a strong Spanish-speaking culture, so don’t be surprised if you hear fluent Spanish quite often during your visit - and definitely don’t assume the people doing the speaking are foreign!
Name: Miami Trolley
Type: Public transportation
Offerings: Transportation and tours, local experiences
Type: Public transportation
Whether you’re a sports fan, a history buff, an art lover, or just want to put your swimwear to good use at Miami’s gorgeous beaches, you’ll sure to find something to love in The Magic City! Be sure to check out the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Once the beautifully constructed summer home of businessman James Deering, the Vizcaya is now widely regarded as one of the best art and history museums in the United States. Or, you can catch a Miami Dolphins football game at Hard Rock Stadium. Visit neighborhoods like Coconut Grove, Wynwood, and Miami Beach for an authentic local experience. And if you’re a nature lover, check out the famous Everglades National Park for adventures like wildlife and bird viewing, tours, and more.
Name: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Type: Art and history museum
Address: 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129
Offerings: Art, architecture, tours
Price: $10-$22 (Military and veterans with ID get in free)
Name: Hard Rock Stadium
Address: 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens, FL 33056
Offerings: Professional sports games, events
Name: Coconut Grove
Offerings: Shopping, food, drink, art
Offerings: Shopping, food, drink, modern and street art
Name: Everglades National Park
Type: Protected wildland
Offerings: Tours, wildlife viewing, souvenirs, hiking
Price: $25.00 for a 7-day pass
If you’re a shopping aficionado, you’ll want to make a beeline for Miami’s famous Bayside Marketplace. Watch massive cruise ships, local fishing boats, and tour boats sail in the harbor as you visit stores like Adore, Guess, Rue de France, and more. From shoes to art, and babies to retirees, you’ll find what you’re looking for and more at Bayside. Art lovers should also plan to check out the Miami Design District, a neighborhood full of shopping, food, fashion, and galleries.
Name: Bayside Marketplace
Type: Shopping center
Address: 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
Offerings: Clothes, shoes, food, drink, art, souvenirs, ocean views
Name: Miami Design District
Type: Shopping and cultural center
Offerings: Clothes, jewelry, art galleries, architecture
Miami has no shortage of incredible places to eat and drink, serving everything from authentic Cuban eats to classic American favorites to world-class seafood. Widely regarded as one of the best restaurants in Miami, Versailles Restaurant serves Caribbean, Latin, and Cuban food that’s bursting with character and flavor. Another local favorite, Lulu in the Grove, serves American fare and excellent drinks. It’s great for anything from a quick bite to an entire evening out. For excellent local seafood, visit La Camaronera Fish Market for fresh, locally-caught offerings that can fit any budget.
Name: Versailles Restaurant
Address: 3555 SW 8TH STREET, MIAMI FLORIDA 33135
Offerings: Cuban, Latin American, Caribbean, and Spanish food and drinks
Name: Lulu in The Grove
Type: Restaurant and Bar
Address: 3105 Commodore Plaza, Miami, FL 33133
Offerings: American food, bar
Name: La Camaronera Fish Market
Type: Restaurant and market
Address: 1952 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33135
Offerings: Fresh seafood