The NYC Marathon

Find out where to watch the NYC Marathon and explore the neighborhoods near the race

Each year, thousands of runners take to the streets for the TCS New York City Marathon, which travels across all five New York City boroughs. Check out our guide to the NYC Marathon, including where to watch the race and things to do in nearby New York neighborhoods after the runners cross the finish line.

When is the NYC Marathon?

The NYC Marathon is on Sunday, November 2 2014.

Where is the NYC Marathon?

The 26.2 mile course travels through all five boroughs. The starting line is in Staten Island and participants run through Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and the Bronx before crossing the finish line in Central Park.

NYC Marathon information

TCS New York City Marathon

On the first weekend in November, more than 45,000 runners will hoof it from the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge through all five boroughs to Central Park.

Where to watch the NYC Marathon

Lace up those running shoes (or not). We've compiled some of the best places around the city to catch a glimpse of the action, plus activities to keep you busy and glad you're not running.

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