Why not combine cheering on your loved one with checking out some of the fabulous race day entertainment we have organised along the route

Historical activations

We will have 10 activations along the route which each bring to life a part of London’s wonderful history. Explore our fun and interactive historical and cultural activations to find out more about London’s ‘Grand, Quirky and Hidden’. From Gladiator fighting to Suffragist cheerers!

To find out more, visit https://www.llhm.co.uk/activations


Dance and youth performance stages

Our performance stages will be located at Mile 1.5 (fleet street) and Mile 8.6 (Queen Street).

There will be vibrant swing dancing, mesmerising street dance and graceful contemporary acts, something for everyone.

To find out the performance schedule for each stage visit https://www.llhm.co.uk/stage-schedules


Musical performances along the route

There will be music galore on race day. We’ve lined up some of London’s best talent with something for everyone, whether you love brass, drums, samba or pop!

To find out where our musical performers will be located visit https://www.llhm.co.uk/music-performances


Guided history tours

We've partnered with the City Guides and Westminster Guides to provide 7 fantastic free guided history tours on race day. The tours each last 20 minutes and are lead by the experienced Official Guides of the City of London and Westminster. They start and finish at the same spot, so are the perfect way to discover more about London whilst cheering on your loved one.

To find out more about our tours, visit https://www.llhm.co.uk/guided-history-tours

Little Spotters Treasure hunt

We have created 3 treasure hunts leading you on a trail around the route, introducing you to some of London's hidden animals and their intriguing history

To download our treasure map, visit https://www.llhm.co.uk/little-spotters-hunt 


Charity cheer stations

Many of our charity partners will have cheer stations along the route shining a spot light on our city's amazing heritage and culture. You'll find yourself being cheered on by West End theatre characters, pirates from Neverland and an assortment of cartoon characters!

To find out more visit https://www.llhm.co.uk/charity-cheer-stations


Getting around

With road closures in place across the course and surrounding area the best way to get around is by London Undergound. For travel updates and to plan your journey using London Underground go to http://www.tfl.gov.uk.

Plan your journey around the course in advance and let the runner you are supporting know where to look out for you. It is often easier for them to spot you then it is for you to spot them amongst the other runners.


Meeting up

Remember to plan where you are going to meet your runner after the event. You will not have access to the secure finish area so plan somewhere to meet up after your runner has collected their bag from bag drop in Waterloo Place.

The area around the finish will be very busy and therefore this could cause issues with mobile phone signal on the day. Therefore we would suggest that you pick a location to meet your runner beforehand, make sure you make it specific e.g. pick a coffee shop, lamp post or tree! If you are tracking your runner on the London Landmarks Half Marathon app please remember that it may take up to 30 minutes for your runner to make their way through the finish area and to the bag drop.