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Area Rogers Centre

9 minutes from Rogers Centre
9 minutes from Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

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Area Bathurst Quay

3 minutes from HTO Park
8 minutes from Harbourfront Centre

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Area Yorkville

6 minutes from Bloor-Yonge Station
7 minutes from Yorkville

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Area Old Toronto

10 minutes from Queen's Park
6 minutes from Museum Station

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Choose our luggage storage in Toronto

Have you always dreamed of being able to leave your luggage anywhere? Now you can, thanks to Radical Storage! Our luggage storage facilities in Toronto allow you to leave your belongings at reliable local businesses, such as shops, hotels, groceries, and so on.
For example, if you want to get on the CN Tower hands-free, you can reach our Angel (yes, that's what we call our partners) near the Rogers Center.
And if you want to explore the Downtown district, you can find us along Queen Street.
How many times have you imagined a service like this? Now things have changed and you can find luggage storage in Toronto anywhere and anytime.

Luggage storage Toronto | How the service works

We don't just have lockers (well, some of our partners may have lockers), but also secure and supervised rooms.
Book online, pay C$8 per day, and find out how to get to your Angel.
You'll find friendly and welcoming staff always ready to give you information about the best attractions or the coolest restaurant in town!
For further information, feel free to contact our customer service or write us an email!

Where can I leave my luggage in Toronto?

Here below, you will find a handy list of all the most popular luggage storage locations in Toronto.

  • Luggage Storage Rogers Center | Close to the Ripley's Aquarium of Canada and the CN Tower
  • Luggage Storage Queen Street | Ideal for a shopping spree
  • Luggage Storage Queens Quay | Open till 22:00.
  • Luggage Storage Osgoode Station | 600 meters from OCAD University
  • Luggage Storage Yorkville | Ideal if you are going to the Toronto Film Festival
  • Union Station Luggage Storage

Toronto Luggage Storage | Open 24/7

If you need an always open luggage storage location in Toronto, you can try our partner near Allan Gardens, very close to Dundas Street East and Sherbourne Street.
You can also use it as a long term luggage storage service.

Luggage storage Toronto Airport

If you don't want to leave your belongings at the Toronto airport left luggage or if there is a too-long queue, you can take advantage of our service!
We have reliable partners right near the airport.
Our luggage storage on Weston Road, for example, is only 7 km from Terminal 1 of Toronto-Pearson International Airport.

At our points:

  • There are no lines
  • Check-in takes only a few minutes
  • Spaces are safe.
  • Our partners respect the rules to fight the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Make the right choice, book your Radical Storage right now!

Toronto: one, no one, and one hundred thousand!

Although none of them is the capital, Toronto and Montreal are the two most important Canadian cities. Toronto, in particular, is a very modern city and capital of the province of Ontario. It is also the most densely populated city in the country.

A multicultural hub

Did you know that Toronto is the most multicultural city in the world? Yes, 40% of its inhabitants are not of Canadian origin. Indeed, Toronto's 911 (emergency number) support team can speak more than 150 languages.

Landscapes, waterfalls, arts, and sport

If you're wondering what to see in such a "new" city, the answer is simple: you'll be spoilt for choice!
Of course, you can't miss the CN Tower! We're sure that climbing to its top through the panoramic lift will be one of the greatest experiences of your life.
On sunny days, From the top of this tower, you can even see Niagara Falls if you are lucky.

Toronto is perfect for sports and art lovers

Toronto has a lot to offer even to sports fans! The Rogers Centre, for example, is a must-see if you like baseball!
Do you love art? No problem! The Art Gallery of Ontario with its large collection will astonish you!
You can also go to the wonderful Royal Ontario Museum, considered to be one of the largest museums in North America.
And if you love architectural masterpieces, Casa Loma is worth a visit!

Frequently asked questions about Toronto

What is the cheapest way from Toronto to Niagara Falls?

The cheapest way to get from Toronto to Niagara Falls is by GO Transit, the commuter rail, and bus service for the Greater Toronto Area. You can also take a VIA Rail train from Toronto to Niagara Falls.

Do I find a ferry to Niagara Falls?

No, there is no ferry from Toronto to Niagara Falls. You can use GO Transit or VIA Rail.

I’m going to the Toronto Film Festival. Which hotels are in Yorkville?

In and close to Yorkville there are several hotels, such as Sutton Place Hotel, Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville, Four Seasons, Marriott Bloor Yorkville, Park Hyatt, Hazelton Hotel, Holiday Inn, and the Midtown Howard Johnson Yorkville.

When is the Expo?

ProFusion Expo 2020 / November 11 - 12.

What are the dates of the Caribbean Festival?

From July 30th to August 1st 2020.

What are the best places to shop in downtown?

Toronto Downtown is perfect for shopping. Among the most popular streets there are Queen Street West, Chinatown, Kensington Market, the Queen’s Quay Terminal, Yorkville and Toronto Eaton Centre.

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