Join the DLR Discovery Pumpkin Hunt this autumn (23rd October until 7th November) with our mascots DLR Dave and Doris & little Daisy the spider! Collect as many pumpkins as you can and discover some spooky facts and ideas. Pumpkin Hunt finishes at Tower Gateway DLR station.
All you need is a valid ticket, validated Oyster card, contactless card or device to travel and remember to wear a face covering during your journey unless exempt. Remember to always touch in and touch out at every station.
Until December, travel along the DLR and take in the history of London's Docklands and discover fun facts as you follow the clues on the DLR treasure map. There's also a chance to win a prize, The Treasure Hunt starts and finishes at Tower Gateway DLR station. Visit our Treasure Stop at Tower Gateway to get more information or get started between 10am and 6pm (Note: Closed between 2pm - 4pm at certain times).
All you need is an adventurous spirit and a valid ticket, validated Oyster card, contactless card or device to travel and remember to wear a face covering during your journey unless exempt. Remember to always touch in and touch out at every station.
Docklands Light Railway
The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) is an automated light metro system serving the Docklands area of London, England. First opened on 31 August 1987, the DLR has been extended multiple times, and now reaches north to Stratford, south to Lewisham, west to Tower Gateway and Bank in the City of London financial district, and east to Beckton, London City Airport and Woolwich Arsenal. The DLR is owned by Docklands Light Railway Ltd, part of the London Rail division of Transport for London (TfL).