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Select the nearest London luggage storage and the time slot of your choice, depending on your activities.
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Why is Nannybag the best luggage storage near Big Ben?

As a convenient, affordable, and fully insured service, Nannybag is a platform that connects you with local hotels and stores with extra space to store your luggage. By entrusting your bag or suitcase to Nannybag in London, you are choosing:
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4.6/5 - 7890 reviews
In Paris
Excellent location. Very easy to find in Google maps. Park next to the church to drop luggage. They were very flexible with our reservation timing as we were late. They responded promptly to our message through the nannybag website. Overall great peace of mind knowing luggage was stored safely.
In London
Easy to book. Easy to hand in luggage. Easy to collect luggage. Very convenient.
In London
Simple booking process, bag drop and collection efficient and smooth. Location was directly opposite Lille bus station and open 24hrs. Perfect!

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Big Ben Luggage Storage Guide 2024

You’re visiting Big Ben, the famous clock tower of London’s Houses of Parliament and perhaps the most iconic and recognizable symbol of London. It’s also a great starting point for exploring the city, with Westminster nearby, as is the London Eye, and its central location and connectedness mean nowhere in London is far away! If you are being weighed down by luggage and bags while you explore, check out Nannybag! Our service allows you to find a nearby partner location on our app or website. Here, you will make your booking to drop off whatever baggage you don’t need, where it will be kept safely and securely (with luggage protection included) for the price of €6 per item per 24 hours. There’s also free cancellation if plans change after you make your booking. Check out more information below!

How do I store luggage near Big Ben with Nannybag?

Storing luggage with Nannybag is easy and only takes a few seconds: you can book from the website or use the Nannybag App, available on the App Store and Google Play. Enter your location in the search bar, and you’ll have many options to store your luggage near you safely. You’ll quickly find luggage storage points in various key Big Ben locations. There are different ways to refer to luggage storage depending on the place you’re in. However, they’re all referring to the same luggage storage service. In the UK, for instance, you’ll find mentions of left luggage instead of luggage lockers. If so, no worries; it only means you’ll find a storage spot for your belongings.?

Is Nannybag luggage storage safe?

To guarantee a worry-free experience, Nannybag protects travelers’ luggage up to €10,000 against any incidents (loss, theft, or breakage) that may occur during the service. Moreover, our Nannies are certified and carefully selected by our company to guarantee their professionalism and hospitality. Customers can also consult the online ratings for Nannybag and comments given to each Nanny by other travelers.

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Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London. The tower itself is officially known as the Elizabeth Tower, renamed to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee (60th anniversary of her accession to the throne) of Queen Elizabeth II in 2012. The origin of the nickname is the cause of some debate; as the nickname first referred to the bell, it is thought that it may have been named after Sir Benjamin Hall, who oversaw the installation of the bell. “Big Ben” was also the nickname of the then-champion heavyweight boxer Ben Caunt, which could be the origin of the name. The tower was designed by architect Charles Barry and built between 1843 and 1859. The clock mechanism was designed by clockmaker Edmund Beckett Denison and built by clockmaker Edward John Dent. The clock first began keeping time on September 7, 1859. The Great Bell, which weighs over 13 tons, was cast by George Mears at the Whitechapel Bell Foundry. One of the most famous aspects of Big Ben is its accuracy. The clock has been keeping accurate time since its installation, with only minor adjustments made over the years. The clock's pendulum is adjusted by adding or removing small weights, and the clock's hands are adjusted by moving small levers.

In addition to its historical and cultural significance, Big Ben is also an iconic symbol of London and the United Kingdom. The clock tower can be seen in many images of the city and is often used as a symbol of London in advertising and tourism campaigns. Big Ben has been featured in many films and television shows and is a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can take tours of the tower, but access to the clock mechanism itself is limited. The tower is also home to the largest four-faced chiming clock in the world, and the bells can be heard from several miles away. The surrounding area of Big Ben, also known as the Palace of Westminster, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the British government. The palace is located on the north bank of the River Thames and is a short walk from famous London landmarks such as Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace. The palace is also close to the London Underground stations of Westminster and St. James's Park. There is also a fun fact that the clock's tower was originally intended to be called "The King's Tower" but was renamed "The Victoria Tower" in honor of Queen Victoria, who had ascended the throne just before construction started. Also, the clock tower has been undergoing renovation since 2017, and renovations have limited access, but it should reopen to tourists soon.

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