Disney Adds Some Color To “it’s a small world’ Construction Site
Things are looking a little different at Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom just now.
Walk down that crowded strip where “it’s a small world” and other rides like Peter Pan’s flight are located and you’ll notice that a facade has gone up over the Small World attraction.
This vintage boat ride is having a bit of work down this Fall.
Originally, a construction wall was put up and a white facade but Disney must’ve decided it made this crowded area of the park look a bit bland.
So they decided to spice it up a bit with some of Mary Blair’s signature colors and geometric shapes from the iconic attraction.
The ride is still open to guests who now queue along the outside of the wall which now has social distancing markers.
Our understanding is that the work being carried out is primarily to the facade of the building with possible adjustments being may to the way guests queue for the ride.
This is just one of several projects Disney has in the pipeline for refurbishment this Fall.
At Magic Kingdom, work continues on the TRON coaster in Tomorrowland and is expected to commence at the Main Street Bakery (AKA Starbucks) at some point this year.
The best way to keep up to speed on Walt Disney World’s refurbishment schedule is to keep following along with MickeyBlog.
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