Want to visit a museum or two, and do a light and fun workout while getting from A to B, and along the way share light conversations with your new friends (who can be your future museum-buddies) about art and running, and (re-)discover the city too? Then RUN! RUN! RUN! with us on Heritage Running Trails, which are a combination of an extra-lively museum-guided-tour-cum-keep-fit-cum-socialising-session, which are also informed by RUN! RUN! RUN!’s other innovations/interventions including the Running-Creativity workshop, Running-Discourse and Running-Tour. Don’t worry about running out of breath as you will run at your own pace. Distances can vary according to level of running experience. Interesting routes and museum-combos could include: running between Tate Modern – Hayward; Freud Museum – Imperial War Museum; Hepworth Wakefield – Leeds City Art Gallery (at 13.1miles nearly the distance of a half-marathon); Yorkshire Sculpture Park – Henry Moore Institute (18 miles) and within the sprawling Yorkshire Sculpture Park itself. Options for sites beyond the iconic or obvious are also possible, including for instance running between nuclear power plant – abandoned mills. Kai first conceptualised this idea in Summer 2014.