The other day I was at my parents house with my daughter and we decided to have a movie marathon. We watched three Tinker Bell Movies and then capped it off with Peter Pan. My dad, who hadn’t watched Peter Pan in years had long forgotten that Tinker Bell had been in Neverland with Peter Pan. This ended up sparking a long debate about where Never Land was located and where this was in relation to Pixie Hollow.
Interestingly, a team from the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena recently made a new estimate of the numbers of planets in our galaxy and came up with a whopping 100 billion. With an estimated 100 billions stars in the sky, that’s a whole lot of planets. Could Never Land lie around one of these stars?
Do you believe? Are you young at heart? It’s only possible to find Neverland if both are true. Oh and you’ll need a map. In celebration of today’s 60th Anniversary release of Peter Pan Disney is giving away FREE printable Star Gazing Locator Tools to help your family look at the constellations in the night sky to figure out where you think Never Land might exist! My guess is that it’s located in the Big Dipper.
But until you’re able to build that rocket ship, visit Never Land with Peter Pan on Diamond Edition Blu-ray™ and DVD today!