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Buxton Memorial Fountain

…in 1838 to commemorate the Emancipation of the Slaves in 1834, in memory of his father, Sir T Fowell Buxton and those associated with him. It is tall, extraordinarily colourful,…

Albert Memorial

The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens is one of the grandest high-Victorian gothic extravaganzas anywhere. It was designed by George Gilbert Scott, and completed in 1876. Prince Albert – Queen…

Watts Memorial, Postman’s Park

This is a wonderful pocket of green, a sudden warm and welcoming open space within the Square Mile. It is very near the Barbican, and got its name because it…

Peter Pan Statue

Peter Pan, JM Barrie’s famous ‘boy who never grew up’, was first depicted in public sculpture in Kensington Gardens. Created by sculptor George Frampton, this was commissioned by Barrie and…

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