"Statue of Peter Pan" Peter Pan Statue Tip by uglyscot
Peter Pan Statue, London: 5 reviews and 8 photos
Peter Pan , the boy who never grew up, has long been a popular story for children, both as book and film. It was written by J.M Barrie, a Scot, who lived for some time in a House facing the Lancaster Gate entrance to Hyde Park- a blue plaque is on the wall. As children we loved coming the statue in the park , with the rabbits and other small animals round the pedestal.
It is along the path near the serpentine , leading to the Princess Diana Memorial fountain.
It usually has a number of people looking at the statue.
Address: Kensington Gardens
Directions: Nearest Tube, Lancaster Gate Station. Near Bayswater Rd.
Phone: +44 300 061 2000
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