The moment you have all been waiting for has finally arrived! We’re thrilled to reveal the exclusive LLHM 2024 Finishers Medal.

The 2024 medal features the iconic Trafalgar Square in incredible detail, revealing the historic Nelson’s Column, the Water Fountains, and of course, resident lions.

The medal opens to reveal an intricate design of the route along with all the major landmarks.

We were delighted to partner with the historic Guildhall Art Gallery, who provided the backdrop for our medal reveal so that we could showcase the medal in all its glory. Find out more about the Guildhall Art Gallery below!

Guildhall Art Gallery

The mesmerising Guildhall Art Gallery is home to world famous masterpieces with a wide-ranging collection of 4,500 works dating from 1670 to the present day.

Established in 1886 as 'a Collection of Art Treasures worthy of the capital city', visitors can view works of art including Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces and an extensive range of historic and contemporary paintings depicting London, as well as a visit to the archaeological remains of London’s Roman Amphitheatre underneath the exhibition floors.

At the LLHM, we love to focus on the grand, quirky and hidden gems of the city to showcase just how wonderful London is. What we love about Guildhall Art Gallery, is that the Gallery’s focus is to collect works of direct relevance to London, whether in relation to the artist or to the subject of the work. Within this, the Gallery endeavours to acquire works of art which are representative of all Londoners, and to be an art gallery about London for London.

The art collection includes works by John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Lucy Jones, Fiona Banner, Henry Scott Tuke, Sir Matthew Smith, Liz Johnson Artur, Grete Marks, and John Constable.

The Guildhall Art Gallery is not just an art gallery though…

Our runners and spectators alike love our Roman Reception at Guildhall Yard, located approximately at the halfway point of the half marathon route. With gladiator fighting, centurion drilling and plenty of fun celebrating Londinium life at our Roman Reception, did you happen to know why we specifically chose Guildhall Yard to host our Roman Reception? The Guildhall Art Gallery is also home to London’s only Roman Amphitheatre, where you can step into the well-preserved Roman ruins in which crowds would once have gathered to watch wild animal fights, public executions and gladiatorial combats. The London's Roman Amphitheatre is an interactive and educational attraction, which allows you to dive into the ancient history of Roman London.

Admission to Guildhall Art Gallery permanent exhibitions and London’s Roman Amphitheatre is free of charge*, offering access to art and culture for everyone, seven days a week.

Visit the gallery or find out more here.


*An entrance fee may be charged for some temporary exhibitions, with concessionary rates for young people, senior citizens, registered unemployed people, and disabled people.