Jul 202015
 
The boy who can fly and never grows up by Sue Lowry

The boy who can fly and never grows up by Sue Lowry

The Peter Pan statue is located in Kensington Gardens to the west of the Long Water. The creator of Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie, commissioned Sir George Frampton to build the statue in 1902. It was erected in Kensington Gardens in 1912. The Peter Pan statue features squirrels, rabbits, mice and fairies climbing up to Peter, who is stood at the top of the bronze statue. J.M. Barrie lived close to Kensington Gardens and published his first Peter Pan story in 1902, using Kensington Gardens for inspiration. In his Peter Pan tale, The Little White Bird, Peter flies out of his nursery and lands beside the Long Water. The statue is located on this exact spot.

Did you know that if you can use your smartphone to magically bring to life the 100-year-old statue. Swipe your phone on the nearby plaque to get a personal call-back from Peter Pan.

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Contributor: Alexandra Pinhorn Via Magellan PR, a boutique travel PR company.

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