Visit the National Paralympic Heritage Centre which is located next to our cafe.

Discover Stoke Mandeville Stadium’s rich athletic heritage as the ‘home of wheelchair sport’ and its history as the birthplace of the Paralympic Games.

Admission is free, we are open daily and accessible to all.

Even if you are not using the leisure facilities you can come visit and find out more about our history!

Celebrating the unique history of the Paralympic Games, the displays in our small Heritage Centre showcase the life and work of Professor Sir Ludwig Guttmann, key milestones in the history of the Paralympic Games and the development of wheelchair sports.