Play in the Peter Pan gardens, Hyde Park
One day in 1912, there appeared a statue of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. No-one knows who put it there or how it came to be placed so quickly and with no-one attention’s drawn. It remains to this day and draws a multitude of people who are fascinated with the boy that never grew up. It is also worth spending some time in the gardens with their large open space and trees that can be used for climbing and hiding.
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Hyde Park

Nearest tubes: Bayswater, Lancaster Gate, Queensway

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