The British runner is still on target to compete at the European Championships next month.
The British runner has also been named to his country's European Championships squad.
The race will be the first for the British runner since April's London Marathon.
The Briton said he is not ready to race again after making his 26.2-mile debut in April.
The British distance runner owns the course record set in 2010.
Mo Farah placed eighth in his full marathon debut but vowed to run another one.
The British Olympic champion will be featured at two of the museum's England locations.
Great Britain's Mo Farah causes a stir with a mid-race fall in Central Park
The double Olympic gold medalist finished second despite hitting the pavement hard.