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Paddington Bear Statue

Updated: Apr 28, 2021

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Paddington Bear Statue in London Paddington Station.

Paddington Bear is a fictional character featured in the eponymous books by British author, Thomas Michael Bond.

More than 35 million books were sold around the world.

London Paddington Station is an important setting, because it is where Mr and Mrs Brown first found the Paddington Bear when he arrived in London from Peru.

This statue was designed by Marcus Gornish and is based on the illustrations of Paddington Bear by Peggey Fortnum; a green plaque can be found next to the statue.

There is also a Paddington Shop in the station which sells lots of Paddington Bear merchandise!

📍19 Eastbourne Terrace, Paddington, London W2 1AE

The nearest station is Paddington Underground Station. 🚆

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