In just 200 days, 4,200 athletes from over 140 countries will be gathering for the largest Paralympics ever. The Games will be 'coming home': in 1948 Dr Ludwig Guttmann gave birth to the Paralympic Movement with a wheelchair archery competition at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
Eton Manor, in the north of the Olympic Park, is the only one designed to be used only for Paralympic competition. 112 Paralympic athletes will compete for six medals in Wheelchair Tennis at the Paralympic Games.
The venue will also provide temporary facilities for Aquatics training during the Olympics.
After the Games it will be converted into a multi-sport facility for the local community.
The venue has been built on the site of an old sports club with Olympic ties. It was the base of the old Eton Manor Sports Club, founded at the beginning of the 20th century, which had Olympians among its former members. Part of the running track used in the last London Olympic Games was transferred there after the 1948 Games.
Seb Coe, LOCOG Chair said: 'With just 200 days to go to the Opening Ceremony on 29 August, we’re in great shape for what should be a spectacular summer of Paralympic sport.
'Wheelchair Tennis has proved to be one of our most popular tickets, and the venue at Eton Manor will be a fantastic setting to showcase some truly world-class athletes.'