Peter Pan Statue in Kensington Gardens

Peter Pan Statue is one of the most iconic statue in London . It was created by Sir George Frampton in 1912 by the request of the author J M Barrie .

" I’m youth, I’m joy, I’m a little bird that has broken out of the egg." – James M. Barrie

On your way to seeing the statue, you’ll get to see birds near the Long Water:

The statue is located near the Italian Gardens which is another great location to take a few pictures and relax after a long day .

Don’t forget to stop for a cup of tea at The Serpentine Bar & Kitchen:

The easiest way to get to the statue is to take the tube to South Kensington, follow the directions to the Natural History Museum then walk along Exhibition Road, at the end of the road you’ll see Hyde Park and the Albert Memorial. You can also stop at Lancaster Gate and Marble Arch (on the central line) or Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge (on the Piccadilly line).

written by blondielocks on 2012-03-05 #places #location #art-and-culture #peter-pan-statue-in-kensington-gardens

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