Neverland is the fictional island featured in the children's story Peter Pan, written by J. M. Barrie. While sojourning on Neverland, humans cease to age; therefore, Neverland is often used as a metaphor for eternal childhood, immortality and escapism.
One gets to Neverland by flying towards the second star on the right, straight on till morning. Flight can be achieved through the application of Pixie dust and the thinking of happy thoughts. Important denizens of Neverland are Peter Pan, Captain Hook, The Lost Boys, Indians, Smee, and The Crocodile. Peter, obviously, is the most important denizen, and Neverland's climate and weather responds to his presence and mood.