We take a look at some of the famous sights you’ll see on the half marathon route...
We take a look at some of the famous sights you’ll see on the half marathon route...

Iconic sights of the London Landmarks Half Marathon

The amazing London Landmarks Half Marathon route takes in many of the capital’s iconic buildings and attractions, allowing you to explore London thoroughly while you enjoy running 13.1 miles.

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Nelson's Column

Nelson’s Column

Standing over 50 metres tall, the monument to Admiral Nelson sits in Trafalgar Square and was built in 1843.
Royal Courts of Justice

Royal Courts of Justice

An enchanting landmark on London’s Fleet Street, the Royal Courts of Justice building is reminiscent of a cathedral in both style and scale.
St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral boasts one of the largest domes in the world at 366 feet high, and has featured in films such as Harry Potter, Lawrence of Arabia and Thor.
London's financial buildings

Financial buildings

The race runs past the Bank of England and offers iconic views of ‘The Cheesegrater’ and ‘The Gherkin’ and ‘The Walkie-Talkie’ buildings.
Tower of London

Tower of London

Home to the Crown Jewels and other treasures, the Tower of London was founded in 1066 by William the Conqueror.
London Eye

London Eye

On average the London Eye receives more visitors per year than the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids of Giza. From the top, you can see up not 40km in all directions.
Big Ben

Big Ben & Houses of Parliament

Construction was completed in 1859 and so far, Big Ben has rung through the reigns of six monarchs.


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