With suggestions of free ways to get involved with London 2012, activities to organise with friends and family, London 2012 Festival events to attend and ways to get involved without leaving the comfort of your home, there is something for everybody.
The list features suggestions for everybody including schools, sports fans, and culture lovers, both in the UK and around the world.
View the list of 50 ways to get involved
LOCOG Chair Seb Coe said: 'The Jubilee celebrations and the incredible welcome given to the Olympic Torch Relay have shown the great community spirit of British people and their enthusiasm to get involved with big events.
'By releasing this list, we want to demonstrate that whatever your interests, there is a way for you to be part of London 2012. We are urging the UK public to join in, and to keep their bunting and flags ready to mark what will be an unrivalled summer of sport, culture and celebration.'
Ways to get involved
As the countdown continues, London 2012 is encouraging anyone who is looking to celebrate the Games to sign up to be a Local Leader. There are currently over 14,000 Local Leaders who have already hosted or are busy planning events to celebrate London 2012.
Today also marks the 20th day of the Olympic Torch Relay, which has seen almost 2.5 million people line the streets. To date, the Flame has travelled 2,182 miles and been carried by 2,238 Torchbearers.
Tickets still available
There are still tickets available for the London 2012 Games, with ticket prices starting from £20 for the Olympic Games and £10 for the Paralympic Games.
Twenty-two towns and cities across the UK now have a Live Site fully dedicated to London 2012, which will be a focal point for communities to come together and cheer on athletes from the UK and around the world.