It’s a Small World receiving a new paint job for Disney World’s 50th Anniversary. When “it’s a small world” was refurbished back in 2005, the Imagineers at Disney decided that the facade should match Disneyland’s version. They painted everything in a white and gold color scheme in the queue area, that matched its west coast rendition. Looks like that experiment is over.
We were at the Magic Kingdom yesterday and got a chance to see the new color scheme and facade of the world-famous clock tower and also the whole front facade. It is enjoyable to watch and look at the clock with the new colors added, including the rest of the front wall. Moreover, this makes the tower eye-catching and fun to see. The gold remains on some parts also.
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. Cruise along the Seven Seaways Waterway on a gentle 10-minute journey through all 7 continents. Pass through vivid, fantastical scenes representing the iconic sights and sounds of dozens of nations.
Behold a cast of dancing darlings from nearly every corner of the globe and watch as the Audio-Animatronics figures achieve universal harmony as they sing one song in many languages.
By journey’s end, Walt Disney’s simple message is clear: it truly is a small world after all!
The refurbishment is all part of the Walt DIsney World Resort 50th anniversary. The folks at Disney have been doing an amazing job getting the park in tip-top shape for guests who are coming to celebrate “The World’s Most Magical Celebration.”
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