More information on spectating at the 2015 Virgin Money London Marathon will be published here once it becomes available. In the meantime, check out the 2014 guide below if you'd like to find out more about watching the race.
Click here for the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon Spectators’ Guide.
Many roads are closed on race day, so the best way to get around is using the London Underground, Southeastern and Docklands Light Railway (DLR), who lay on extra services on race day. Remember, the trains will be busy all day – expect it to be like rush hour. You’ll probably have to queue at some stations and the tube lines may be forced to shut temporarily throughout the day to help ease the crowds.
To plan your journey in advance, visit tfl.gov.uk
Avoid the crowds and see the sights, MBNA Thames Clippers will be running special River Bus services from Central London to Greenwich Pier, taking just 35 minutes from Embankment (from 07:00) and also from Hilton Docklands Riverside Hotel to Greenwich Pier, taking just 10 minutes (from 06:30).
There will be reduced ticket prices for runners on production of a running number. You can pre-book your tickets in advance at www.thamesclippers.com