Kensington Gardens cover an area of 270 acres, but its most famous resident only occupies a tiny space to the west of the Long Water. J. M. Barrie’s prelude to Peter Pan’s better-known adventures in Neverland is called Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, and it is honoured by a bronze statue of Peter in the same spot as he lands his boat in the book.
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Make the most of your trip to Kensington Gardens by paying a visit to these attractions:
- Serpentine Galleries
- Kensington Palace
- Albert Memorial
- Diana Memorial Playground
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