In one of the Park’s biggest events of the year, cheer on ParalympicsGB medallists as they take to the water at the iconic London Aquatics Centre to compete for the first time since the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
You’ll also have the chance to watch only the very best British and International athletes compete in Boccia, Goalball and Wheelchair Basketball at the Copper Box Arena.
The hugely popular Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival will make up some of the day’s attractions as deaf and disabled artists bring an exciting line-up of street theatre, dance, live music, film, installations and children's activities.
And to top it off, there will be plenty of free, family friendly activities and entertainment across the Park. Why not try out different disability and inclusive sports such as wheelchair basketball, inclusive cycling, tennis and boccia?
A great day out for all the family, there will even be the chance to meet some of the stars of London 2012.
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Tickets for the London Aquatics Centre and Copper Box Arena are being snapped up quickly so do book soon to avoid disappointment.
If you don’t manage to reserve some – the Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival and family entertainment across the Park are free to attend so everyone can enjoy the day!