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We were staying close to Hyde Park and after breakfast one morning we went for a walk in the park and came across the Peter Pan statue. Like the review title says worth a visit if you are near bye, but I wouldn’t go out...More
So don’t believe Trip Advisor as to where this statue is located. It is situated neat to the water in Kensington Gardens. It is very whimsical and reminiscent of the original artwork for the books. There are numerous figures popping out of the statue which...More
I have wanted to visit this statue which stands in Kensington Gardens for quite some time. Kensington Gardens is very large so it took us some time to locate it. It was well worth the wait. The statue stands in it's own paved area behind...More
Walking through Kensington Park, it was a joy to stumble across this beautiful and playful memorial to Sir James Matthew Barrie. Interestingly, Barrie moved to London from Scotland. He is best remembered today as the creator of Peter Pan. He was inspired to write Peter...More