London Landmarks Half Marathon 2025

London Landmarks runners come around a corner. Behind them is a GOSH cheer station, with staff members cheering on and a golden DJ jeep

The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a exciting, closed-road run taking you past some of the city's famous attractions and beautiful views.

With a flat route and fantastic atmosphere, it's the perfect half marathon for beginners or experienced runners chasing a personal best.

You'll start on Pall Mall and run through central London, crossing the historic Westminster Bridge to finish by Downing Street. The route takes in impressive views of Big Ben, St Paul's Cathedral, Nelson's Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye.

Event details

13.1 miles

Sunday 06 April 2025


Fundraising pledge: £350

Registration fee: £20

When is the London Landmarks Half Marathon?

The London Landmarks Half Marathon (LLHM) takes place on Sunday 6 April 2025

As a TeamGOSH runner, you'll receive:

  • A GOSH Charity running vest

  • Access to professional training plans.

  • A digital welcome pack with tips, advice and fundraising materials.

  • A themed GOSH Charity cheering point that your friends and family can join.

  • Dedicated support from GOSH Charity's Challenge Events team.

Event accessibility

The London Landmarks Half Marathon is wheelchair accessible and the fantastic route should provide a comfortable event experience for all. We would love to welcome participants of all abilities to our team, to apply for an accessible place please contact the challenge events team.

The London Landmarks Half Marathon route

The start line for the London Landmarks Half Marathon is on Pall Mall and finishes on Downing Street. The route includes iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, the Royal Courts of Justice, St Paul's Cathedral, The Gherkin, Tower Bridge and many more.

If running past beautiful landmarks wasn't enough, the route is filled with DJs, dancers, musical performances and themed cheer stations.

Two women and a man smile and pose on the podium after completing the London Landmarks Half Marathon

Take on the LLHM for GOSH Charity

“I am not a runner so it was tough to keep up the training, but I pushed through with the help from Richard and Charlotte knowing I was raising money to help other young children. The London Landmarks was an incredible experience to be a part of and having lots of exciting entertainment along the way really helped.

The most emotional run of my life - especially seeing my parents, little boy and nephew waiting at the GOSH stand to cheer us all on. GOSH is an amazing hospital and I am so glad to have been able to run with the support of my brother and sister-in-law to raise money towards such a great charity in the hope it helps others that are needing the care GOSH provides.“

Stephanie, London Landmarks Half Marathon runner

Photo of GOSH patient. She is sitting in a hospital bed and looking at the camera

Why we need you

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity needs your support more than ever. By fundraising, you'll help to fund:

  • groundbreaking research
  • advanced equipment
  • children and family support services
  • the rebuilding and refurbishment of wards and medical facilities within the hospital.

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