Peter Pan Statue
A bronze statue of the children's hero Peter Pan standing on a tree trunk, looking over the Long Water. Sculpted by George Frampton and erected in 1912 in a leafy glade about half way along the west bank at location chosen for the statue by J M Barrie, the author who created him.
Telephone: 0207 298 2000
Address: Kensington Gardens, W2 2UH
Website: Peter Pan Statue
Lancaster Gate Station
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