The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a closed road, central London run and is the only half marathon to go through both the incredible 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 get to explore the capital on a route like no other!

The 2023 event had a brand new route and started on Pall Mall, finished by Downing Street and had fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye. So you can expect the same kind of epic locations for the 2024 event!

2024 is the 10th Anniversary of this famous event so grab your running shoes and join thousands of others on this historic half marathon route and raise vital funds for The Migraine Trust at the same time!

To take part you just need to pay a £25 registration fee and pledge to raise £350 for people living with debilitating migraine. To guarantee your place, we ask that you raise at least £250 two months before the event. 

Already got your place for London Landmarks? Then we'd love to have you on #TeamMigraine. Simply chose the own place registration option to let us know.

 

Charity Place

25.00

Own Place Registration


The Migraine Trust is dedicated to helping people affected by migraine. We are the only UK migraine charity providing information and support, campaigning for awareness and change, and funding and promoting research.

One in seven people in the UK live with migraine, and this complex and debilitating neurological disorder significantly affects their lives. We have been leading and bringing the migraine community together to change this since 1965.

Every year over two million people visit our website and thousands contact our helplines for information and support on all aspects of migraine and for help in managing it at work, in education, and in accessing healthcare.

We campaign for increased awareness and understanding of migraine, and national policy change to improve the lives of people who get it.