Under renovation for six months, “it’s a small world” reopens on 19 December. Let’s take a comprehensive look at what will be new.
This iconic attraction will regain its original splendour and don its most beautiful finery ever. First, the external facade will be repainted in a new palette of colours while the central clock, its dolls and special effects have been restored and renovated. The fountain, a true emblem of the location will reveal itself in a new light.
Guests with reduced mobility will have special, direct access to the boarding platform while most of the external walkways will be resurfaced with paving tiles, optimal in terms aesthetics as well as care and maintenance. The central lagoon’s bottom will be covered with a more brilliant resin and all the boats refurbished in harmony with the new palette.
All the dolls and their costumes (a total of 176!) will be progressively replaced by 2017. All the special effects –as well as hanging decorative elements – will be restored to their original glory. The audio system will be modified and practically all the stage lights will be replaced by LED lighting. The entrance and exit scenes will be completely renovated while the colours and lights of the final scene have been modified. An important amount of work that WDI, Maintenance and Facilities & Assets Management teams have conducted together.
Appointment made on December 19 to (re)discover the “happiest cruise that ever sailed!”