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Peter Pan Statue, London: 6 reviews and 11 photos

  Peter Pan in London's Kensington Gardens
by easyoar

This Statue to Peter Pan stands in London's Kensington Gardens, on the banks of the Serpentine lake. The Serpentine Lake is so large that it stretches between Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park (the two parks are adjacent).

Peter Pan is a novel written bt J.M. Barrie, and is about a boy who never grows old. It is more famous these days due to the Disney cartoon film of the same name.Interestingly, Barrie gave the rights of the book to Great Ormond Street Hospital (the Hospital for Sick Children), so this has turned out to be a very generous gift to them indeed.

The Statue is made out of Bronze, and features fairies and animals around the base. The statue is older than you might think, having been cast in 1912 and was created by Sir George Frampton.

Address: Kensington Gardens
Directions: Bayswater of High Street Kensington Tubes
Phone: +44 300 061 2000
Website: http://www.royalparks.gov.uk

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  • Written Apr 10, 2005
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