In a shady grove by the Long Water in Kensington Gardens stands a statue of one of English literature's favorite ... More
Peter Pan Statue
In a shady grove by the Long Water in Kensington Gardens stands a statue of one of English literature's favorite characters, Peter Pan. He is balanced in bronze on a stylized tree stump, accompanied by fairies, mice, rabbits and squirrels. Commissioned by his creator, JM Barrie, in 1912, and erected under the cover of darkness on 1st of May of the same year, this beautiful statue has been popular with visitors ever since. The Kensington Gardens Office can be reached at +44 300 061 2000 for any queries.
Established in 1998 by Australian born designer Judith Clark, this little gallery is the only experimental space in London devoted
entirely to the display and study of dress and fashion. Accorded charitable status owing to its educational aims, this ...
Whether you're a Buddhist by true belief, heritage or just trend, you'll be able to find peace amidst the hustle
and bustle of London life in this beautiful park. The Tibetan Peace Garden features statues and native Tibetan flora, ...
The London Central Mosque is located in the Regent's Park, and was built over 50 years ago. Architecturally, the building
is stunning, with a 25 meter golden dome, marble floors and intricate mosaics. However, the mosque is not merely ...