Spectating at LLHM 2022

We love welcoming spectators on race day to cheer on runners and support a loved one. We encourage all spectators to take a lateral flow test 24 hours before race day and only attend if they are safe to do so. 


If your runner is running for a charity, why not join the charity at their planned cheer station. Find out where they plan to pitch up along the route and let your runner know so they know where to look out for you!

Alternatively, between miles 3, 5, and 9 the route passes through the City of London. Here there will be numerous opportunities to see runners, including lots of live music and plenty of route entertainment. Anywhere along the Embankment also provides a good, open space to cheer runners on.

Download the full LLHM 2022 route map

Find out what your runner will be wearing so it’s easier to spot them and agree beforehand on a rough time and place where they can expect to see you.

Getting Around During the Race

With road closures in place, it's important to plan how you will get around. We recommend you use the London Underground and visit tfl.gov.uk to plan your journey. To find more details about road closures, please click here

We recommend checking the latest guidance for wearing face coverings on the London Underground here.


The District, Circle, Central, and Piccadilly lines allow easy access to the race route from the start and finish areas.


There are many accessible London Underground stations near the LLHM route such as Blackfriars, Tower Gateway, and Waterloo.  Please refer to TFL's step-free tube guide here.


Download the official free LLHM app to see the interactive supporter map and track your runners. Search for 'London Landmarks Half Marathon' on the Google Play or App Store. 


Be sure to pop into Guildhall Yard while you wait. At approx mile 6.5, it is a perfect place to see your runner half way through the route, and experience some fantastic entertainment! From watching Gladiator fighting in our Roman Reception, to hearing your favourite tunes from one of our fantastic Rock Choirs, you're set to have a brilliant time. 


Both the City Guides and Westminster Guides have partnered with us again to provide free guided history tours for supporters on race day. These will be located along the race route, starting and finishing in the same spot, and are a great way for your supporters to learn some of London’s hidden history.

You can find the starting locations of all the guided history tours here


Need something to do whilst you wait for your runner? Check out our City Selfie Challenge. Take a selfie with St Paul’s CathedralGuildhall or Tower Bridge for a chance to win 2 free places to the LLHM 2023!

CITY INformation Centre

The City Visitor Information Centre will be open Friday 1 April, Saturday 2 April and Sunday 3 April. Pop in to pick up your copy of the City Visitor Trail or City Children's Trail maps to explore more of the City of London. The Children's Trail map has 3 different routes and includes stickers and activities too. 

Meeting your runner post-race

The area around the Finish Line will be incredibly busy after the race with thousands of runners. We highly recommend pre-arranging an alternative post-race meeting point in an open green space away from the Finish and Bag Drop area.  St James Park is a short walk from our post-event baggage buses.