About the event
The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a closed road, central London run and is the only half marathon to go through both the City of London and City of Westminster. This event is not your average half marathon! From cultural landmarks and heritage to the city's quirky and hidden secrets, runners will get to explore the capital on a route like no other.
How to enter
Charity places - sold out
Our CALM places have now sold out.
Alternatively, why not sign up for a guaranteed place with Team CALM at the Royal Parks Half Marathon.
Got your own place?
If you’ve already got your own place in the London Landmarks Half Marathon, we’d love to have you on Team CALM! There’s no minimum fundraising target, just raise as much as you can. Join Team CALM here.
How we'll support you
Whether it’s your first time running or you’re a seasoned pro, we’ll be right there with you every step of the way. We’ll make sure you have a fantastic experience being on Team CALM. When you join our team, you’ll receive:
Fundraising and training advice and resources
The Team CALM cheer squad to give you a boost on the day
CALM kit so you can look the part
Access to our CALM Running Club Facebook group
A dedicated Fundraising Team to support you
Blind or visually impaired runners are welcome at the London Landmarks Half Marathon. All blind or visually impaired runners must be accompanied by a supporting runner, whose place can be offered free of charge by getting in touch with the event organisers. The event organisers strongly advise that such participants and their guide should be appropriately identified and must be linked together in a safe way.
Wheelchair athletes are able to take part in the London Landmarks Half Marathon. Please note that no handcycles or self-propelled wheelchairs are allowed.
If you're registering for one of our CALM places and are a wheelchair or visually impaired athlete, please get in touch as soon as possible so we can work with the London Landmarks Half team to ensure you can take part in line with their health and safety guidance.
For more information about event accessibility, please contact the London Landmarks Half Marathon team.
Got a question?
Check out our FAQs. If you can’t find an answer there, get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.