Find out more about the history of the Paralympic movement, the work and life of Professor Sir Ludwig Guttmann and the start of the Paralympic Games. Read more
We are delighted to announce that the Paralympic Heritage Centre is now open for ‘bubbles’ and small group bookings.
On Thursday September 30th we are welcoming visitors who find visiting museums and new spaces difficult. Find out more
Take a look at the full range of Summer and Winter Paralympic Sports. Who knows what sports and technologies might be included in the future as Paralympic sports continue to develop and evolve.
Read the inspirational stories of the amazing Paralympic Athletes in our virtual hall of fame. We are always looking to add more stories so please get in touch if you can help.
On the 28 July 1948 the Olympic Games opened in London and Dr Ludwig Guttmann staged the first Stoke Mandeville Games on the hospital grounds.
Join our Paralympic Heritage Ambassadors and be part of the story
Join in with our online Paralympic heritage craft and learning activities for the holidays.
The history of the Paralympic Movement provides an inspiring springboard for students of all ages to engage in a number of cross-curricular subjects.
Paralympic athletes and supporters share their favourite objects at the National Paralympic Heritage Centre
The rich and exciting Paralympic Heritage of Stoke Mandeville is due to be illuminated as part of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Torch Relay Read more
Welcome to the ninth edition of our newsletter. I am truly delighted to announce that we were able to reopen our Heritage Centre on the 19th July. Read more
Google celebrates founding father of the Paralympic movement, Professor Sir Ludwig Guttmann’s 122nd Birthday with Doodle Read more