- “That Corner house over there, is the home of the Darling Family. And Peter Pan chose this particular house, because there were people here who believed in him.”
Bloomsbury is the neighborhood where the Darling family lives in one of the corner houses, a Federal-style Edwardian-era townhouse.
In Peter Pan, it is first shown when the narrator gives the introduction. First the parents' room is shown. Next the nursery where John and Michael are playing is shown. After that the backyard is shown. When the adventure is over, the staircase is shown when George and Mary walk up to the nursery to check on the children. The house has three dormers on the roof; the rightmost one is where the nursery is located at the beginning of the film, but at the end it is located where the central dormer is.
It is possible that Wendy may have inherited the house from George and Mary Darling because this is the house in which she raises Jane and Daniel with her husband, Edward, in the critically-failed sequel.
Bloomsbury is seen in multiple of the Tinker Bell films. When Wendy wishes and Tink makes her dream come true she runs to her mother
Bloomsbury also makes an appearance in Once Upon a Time. However, the house look significantly different.
Bloomsbury is seen in the Peter Pan’s Flight mini-game as Tinker Bell and Peter Pan take the player through Bloomsbury until they arrive at Neverland.
The Nursery, and the outside of the house are seen on the attraction.