PHOTO: ‘it’s a small world’ Sees Light at the End of the Tunnel

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The classic ride that has been under construction for almost a year at a Disney Park finally sees more of its facade revealed.

Going to a Disney Park anywhere in the world is an experience to write home about. Getting to live that Disney magic and breathe in the Disney experience is one many fans dream of. Whether you choose to go to the Walt Disney World Resort (be it the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or any other Theme Park), Disneyland Resort, or Disneyland Paris among others, they’re all incredible places to go for that Disney vacation.

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A wonderful update from the Parisian Park shows that a truly iconic attraction is slowly coming back to life following a months-long closure.

The classic attraction, “it’s a small world” has been closed for almost an entire year, since November 29, 2021, and will remain closed until later this year. Earlier this year, construction walls completely covered the ride building. But, as we found out recently, the attraction is making significant progress: the construction walls are coming down left and right, as seen in a tweet from Disneyland Paris bons plans (@Disneylandpbp).
Check it out:

The translation of the tweet reads, “the facade of ‘it’s a small world’ is revealed even more today. There is only a small part of the tarp still present!”
It’s wonderful to see Disneyland Paris’ “it’s a small world” approaching its grand reopening very soon. The ride is so beloved worldwide, it can be found at the Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort, Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland.

Disneyland Paris describes “it’s a small world” as:

‘it’s a small world’: The Happiest Cruise That Ever Sailed

Sing along to the classic anthem of world peace during a delightful musical boat tour hosted by the children of the world. From a colourful dock, climb aboard a cosy boat and set sail along the Seven Seaways Waterway on a 10-minute journey.

Amid a vibrant, multi-coloured backdrop exquisitely crafted out of papier-mâché, glitter and fabric, behold a cast of almost 300 traditionally dressed dolls from nearly every corner of the globe sing a simple song in their native language about universal harmony and dance. Travel to all 7 continents and, by journey’s end, see for yourself that it truly is a small world after all.

We at Disney Fanatic will continue to keep readers updated on all Disney news as it comes to light.

About Priyanka Kumar

Priyanka is a writer, artist, avid reader, and travel enthusiast based in Chicago. In her free time, she is probably walking by the lake, catching up on the latest releases on TV, or spending inordinate amounts of time rewatching Moana, Encanto, and her Disney Channel life-long favorites Zack and Cody wreak havoc on the Tipton.

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