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H 305 x W 130 x D 130 cm
gifted by Sir James Barrie, OM
Grade II* (England and Wales)
1st May 1912
time restrictions apply
Garden opening times.
lower part of tree trunk: GEO. FRAMPTON . R.A / 1912
plaque set into pavement: PETER PAN / The boy who would not grow up / Sculptor Sir George Frampton R.A. 1860 – 1928 / / This bronze, a gift of Sir James Barrie OM 1860 – 1937 / the creator of Peter Pan, was placed here / 1st May 1912 / / HRH The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon / unveiled this plaque presented by the / Friends of Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens / 1st May 1997