Welcome to Seattle

Whether you are here travelling on business, vacation, or merely passing through town it is impossible to miss the beauty of this extraordinary city. Seattle is an exciting place to visit, with a beautiful view of Mt. Rainier, unique skyscrapers, leading edge sports stadiums, and a wide assortment of art and music venues.

Seattle is Washington’s largest city, with several must-see locations. A full day of visiting could start in the SODO district by the T-Mobile Stadium and Century-Link field, home of the Mariners, Seahawks and FC Sounders. Next, travel north to the historic Space Needle, where you can view the city from the glass floor viewing deck and café. Afterwards, take a stroll around the Chihuly Garden & Glass, showcasing the art of Dale Chihuly. Visit the Museum of Flight or catch a ride on a Seattle Ride the Ducks Tour. Visit the Woodland Park Zoo or learn more about Seattle’s fascinating history with an underground tour. If time allows, there are many theaters available from intimate local productions to Broadway shows. Possibly check out Seattle’s amazing music scene, beginning with the Museum of Pop Culture, or head down to the waterfront and catch a ride on the Seattle Great Wheel, then take in the Wings Over Washington down on Pier 57. As you work up an appetite , you will likely find a bowl of famous Puget Sound clam chowder nearby.

This is just a small sampling of some of the opportunities Seattle provides. With a day of fun planned, carrying your luggage doesn't fit in comfortably with these experiences! LugNot understands this and recognizes that while baggage is essential for travel, it is cumbersome for adventure. Therefore, we offer unique partnerships with Seattle business owners to provide safe storage for your luggage, giving you the freedom to explore without lugging it around. Our service is fast and offered at convenient businesses near locations likely to attract you! Explore the city while knowing that your luggage is stored safely waiting for you after your adventures around Seattle! Imagine, you can experience your favorite Starbucks drink, walking down the pier in a little Seattle rain, without worrying about your luggage. For only $6.00 per bag per day you can enjoy this amazing urban city and find peace in the natural beauty of the evergreen landscape unencumbered by bags. You are only a few clicks away from freeing yourself of that luggage, so remember, Don’t lug it … store it!


Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is a truly unique hub in downtown Seattle. One of the most notable markets in the United States, Pike Place receives millions of visitors each year. This farmers market is established by Seattle farmers, craftspeople, business owners, and residents. When visiting, find Rachel, the famous life-sized piggy bank, and shop around the creative and local craft market. For dining, there are plenty of bakeries, restaurants, and café’s in and around the whole marketplace. Pike Place is a wonderful destination for having lunch with the family, but not lunch with your luggage. While walking through the crowd, carrying your suitcases and backpacks will surely be a great inconvenience, so be sure to check out our various LugNot locations around this colorful hub!

Luggage Storage @ Pike Place Market
  • 200 feet from Gum Wall
  • 300 feet from Pike Place Market
  • 400 feet from the Seattle Art Museum
  • 500 feet from the Train Station & Downtown
  • 1/2 mile from the Aquarium and Waterfront

Pike Place Market

King Street Station

Historic and architecturally beautiful, King Street Station is located in the Pioneer district of Seattle between South King and South Jackson streets and Second and Fourth Avenue. It is served by both Amtrak and Sounder commuter trains daily along with transporting many roudy fans to the nearby CenturyLink field and T-Mobile park, home of the Seattle Seahawks, Mariners, and Sounders. While there, drop off your luggage at a partner of ours and check out the Pioneer Square National Historic District and Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. Other locations nearby include the International District, downtown Seattle Transit tunnel and Union Station.

Luggage Storage @ King Street Station
  • 500 feet from King and Union Station
  • 500 feet from Uwajimaya
  • 1000 feet from China Town
  • 1/4 mile from CenturyLink field