Peter Pan probably needs not much introduction. This free-spirited boy is a hero of J. M. Barrie's fairy play, in which he sets out to explore the mysteries and adventures of Neverland.
This bronze statue, erected in 1912, should remind the visitors of the fact that the classic novel is partially set in Kensington Gardens and that this garden served as a huge inspiration for the author.
Be sure to check the nearby plaque with your smartphone to bring this ageless boy back to life.
Address Hyde Park, London W2 2UH, UK
Coordinates 51°30'31.024" N -0°10'33.308" E