Peter Pan Statue
The boy who never grew up can be seen in the Peter Pan statue situated in Kensington Gardens, nearby to where his creator, JM Barrie, lived and worked. The writer commissioned Sir George Frampton to create the statue in 1902 and it has remained in its current position since its erection in 1912.
Rabbits, squirrels, mice and fairies surrounded Peter Pan and the statue is positioned in the same spot Barrie wrote about in the ‘The Little White Bird’ story. It’s appropriate that the statue was placed in Kensington Gardens as Barrie often used it as inspiration to create his timeless work.