The Olympic and Paralympic spirit from London's successful games around 12 months ago was evidently on display with a large crowd coming to contribute to and feed off the spirit of the games.
There were various events throughout the day, with Bocia, Table Tennis and Sitting Volleyball all on display to a packed out Copper Box.
The final event of the day was the Wheelchair Basketball - an exhibition women's match between GB and Spain, which saw a near capacity crowd and brought people from all over - from Spain to Surrey.
The Mayor Of London Boris Johnson received a Paralympic Order medal given to him by Rita Van Driel a member of the International Paralympic Committee. Both described the Paralympic games as 'the greatest ever held.'
But the real stars of this day were the Paralympians, who put on a showcase for the thousands of people who had turned out to embrace the sport that some of them hadn't seen before.
It was an amazing chance for fans, media and athletes to come together and build on the events on the previous year, to help the legacy continue surrounded by memories, talking to legends, remembering the dream which came a reality.
For more information on the day itself, click HERE.
For more information on Wheelchair Basketball click HERE.
To feel the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, watch THIS!
Tweets from the day:
Loved playing back in the #OlympicPark it brought back the goosebumps from #London2012 #wheelchairbasketball #proud #sport #team #Playball
— Maddie Thompson (@M4ddie) September 7, 2013
What a way to top off National Paralympic Day with a great win over Spain 65-50! @ParalympicsGB #npd2013
— BritWheelchairBball (@BritWheelBBall) September 7, 2013
Reminded tonight why I love @ParalympicsGB wheelchair basketball. If you haven't seen it, you must! #NPD2013
— Julie Massiter (@JulieMassiter) September 7, 2013