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Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan

Photo credit: Sally Norris / Art UK

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Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 305 x W 130 x D 130 cm

Accession number

W2_SAN_S034

Acquisition method

gifted by Sir James Barrie, OM

Work type

Statue

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II* (England and Wales)

Unveiling date

1st May 1912

Listing date

14/01/70

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time restrictions apply

Access note

Garden opening times.

Signature/marks description

lower part of tree trunk: GEO. FRAMPTON . R.A / 1912

Inscription description

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


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Located at

Kensington Gardens, Kensington

W2 3PS

Located in Kensington Gardens, alongside the path on the west side of the Long Water.