ASSISTANCE AND ACCESS
Accessible ticket machine, ticket office counter, induction loop and ramp for train access available.
There is no cycle storage available.
Ticket Machines for purchasing tickets on the day, pre-paid ticket collection and Oyster top up are also available
The area of Limehouse was the first Chinatown in London. A busy dock from medieval times to the mid-20th Century, this part of East London became notorious in the 19th century for its opium dens. Now Limehouse is an up and coming edgy east London community. Take a walk around the Limehouse Basin, where you will find speedboats and colourful narrow boats, or join the ThamesPath and enjoy a pint at one of the many riverside pubs. A few stops away on the DLR are the glistening skyscrapers of Canary Wharf, where you can visit the Museum of London Docklands or shop at Canary Wharf Shopping Centre.
DRINKS & DINING
The pubs of Limehouse were once frequented by sailors from around the world – now they are full of foodies and city workers. One of the best pubs to go to is The Grapes - this 500-year-old pub was a haunt of Charles Dickens! On the other side of the basin, heading west, is Gordon Ramsey’s gastro pub The Narrow. It has a stunning view of the city and features a roaring fire, local craft beer and delicious British inspired food. Only a stone’s throw away is Canary Wharf, which has a whole host of restaurants to choose from.
Take the DLR from Limehouse to Canary Wharf Shopping Centre, which hosts a number of top international brands such as Michael Kors, Banana Republic, Tiger of Sweden and Barbour International.
The Troxy is the place to go in Limehouse. It started life as a grand cinema in 1933 and now this art deco gem hosts the coolest stars. One stop on the DLR or a short taxi ride away is Wilton’s Music Hall, which puts on plays and has an array of musical acts. The George Tavern, only a short walk from the station, also hosts a number of intimate gigs with world class musicians. For cocktails and clubbing, take the DLR to Canary Wharf and take advantage of the active night life.
Live Departure Board
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A lift is available to platform 2 (trains towards Southend).
Step free access to platform 1 (towards Fenchurch Street), is via the Docklands Light Railway and connecting bridge.
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Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here
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