Inspired by the beautiful Kensington Gardens, J.M Barrie created the much loved Peter Pan. The bronze statue stands about 14ft high and located in the Kensington Garden which creates a beautiful sight for both big and little children alike. Bronze sculpture of Peter Pan is surrounded by the squirrels, mice and fairies. It was commissioned by the Barrie in 1902 and made by the Sir George Frampton. Barrie's Home was near to Kensington Gardens and it was from his "The Little White Bird" book that Peter Pan flew out from his nursery to land in the very location where the statue now rests.