Paralympic Stories: From Sports Integration to Social Inclusion (1948-2024) Paralympic Stories: From Sports Integration to Social Inclusion (1948-2024)

Paralympic Stories: From Sports Integration to Social Inclusion (1948-2024) at the Pantheon in Paris from June 11th to September 29th, 2024


Dated E-ticket for the Pantheon in Paris

Dated E-ticket for the Panthéon of Paris

Dated E-ticket for the Panthéon of Paris
  • History of the Paralympic Movement
  • Sports Integration and Social Inclusion
  • Multi-sensory Experience
  • Accessibility for All
  • Inspiring Testimonials

What to expect

Discover the "Paralympic Stories" Exhibition at the Pantheon

A Historic and Symbolic Venue

Located in the heart of Paris, the Pantheon is more than just a monument. It's a symbol of French history and culture, housing the remains of prominent figures who have shaped the country's history. Within its majestic columns, the "Paralympic Stories" exhibition finds its place, offering an enriching experience that combines sport, culture, and inclusivity.

Hours and Accessibility

The exhibition is open every day from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM, providing flexibility for visitors eager to explore this inspiring journey. Moreover, accessibility is at the core of this exhibition, with facilities designed to accommodate all audiences, including people with disabilities. Adapted circulation spaces, seated consultation stations, and braille content ensure a fulfilling experience for everyone.

Why Reserve?

Booking your visit to the "Paralympic Stories" exhibition is more than just an action; it's a commitment to inclusivity and recognition of people with disabilities in our society. By participating in this exhibition, you contribute to promoting diversity and raising awareness about the challenges and successes of Paralympic athletes over the decades.

A Fascinating Exploration

Through archives, posters, photographs, and iconic objects, delve into the world of the Paralympic Games since their inception in 1948. Discover the inspiring stories of athletes who have overcome obstacles to achieve sporting excellence while shaping a more inclusive future for generations to come.

Rich Content

The exhibition offers a unique multi-sensory experience, with tactile drawings, touchable objects, and audio-described content for total immersion. Videos in French and International Sign Language as well as subtitles in French and English ensure maximum accessibility for all visitors.

Supporting Inclusion

By booking your visit to the "Paralympic Stories" exhibition, you also support initiatives aimed at promoting social inclusion and equal opportunities for all. Your support helps strengthen the visibility and recognition of people with disabilities, creating a positive impact in our society.


Don't miss the opportunity to explore this captivating exhibition that celebrates the triumph of the human spirit and the importance of inclusion in sports and society. Book your visit to the Pantheon now and immerse yourself in the inspiring world of "Paralympic Stories".



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Place du Panthéon
75005 Paris
Parking lot
Soufflot, 19 Rue Soufflot - 75005 Paris
Public transportation

Common questions

Frequently Asked Questions About the "Paralympic Stories" Exhibition:

What is the duration of the "Paralympic Stories" exhibition?

  • The exhibition runs from June 11th to September 29th, 2024.

Where does the exhibition take place?

  • The exhibition is held at the Pantheon in Paris.

What are the opening hours of the exhibition?

  • The exhibition is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Who can visit the exhibition?

  • The exhibition is open to all audiences, including people with disabilities.

Is there an entrance fee for the exhibition?

  • Entry to the exhibition is included in the Pantheon admission ticket. Free for those under 26.

What is the main focus of the "Paralympic Stories" exhibition?

  • The exhibition highlights the history of the Paralympic movement, from sports integration to social inclusion.

Is the exhibition accessible to people with disabilities?

  • Yes, the exhibition is accessible to all audiences, with a layout designed to ensure a comfortable visit for everyone.

What types of content are available for visually impaired individuals?

  • Tactile drawings, touchable objects, braille captions, and audio-described content are provided.

Are sign language videos available?

  • Yes, videos in French Sign Language and International Sign Language are available via QR codes and a dedicated screen.

What is the central theme of the exhibition?

  • The exhibition explores the empowerment of people with disabilities through sports and the building of a more inclusive society.

What languages ​​are available for audiovisual content?

  • Audiovisual content is subtitled in French and English.

Is it possible to virtually visit the exhibition?

  • Yes, a virtual tour of the monument's crypt is offered on a device suitable for people with reduced mobility.

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