PHOTOS: Portion of Scrim Removed From “it’s a small world” Entrance, Revealing New Look at the Magic Kingdom

Most construction work on “it’s a small world” has been hidden behind walls and scrims since late September. A section of scrim has now been removed from the attraction’s entrance.


The colorful themed scrims still cover most of the attraction.


The current entrance has been completely repainted. It used to be mostly blue and white, now it is mainly pink. As we’ve seen before, the sign is gone and instead a temporary banner hangs in its place.


The archway next to the main entrance has also been repainted from pink to green.


A small section of construction wall remains next to the FastPass+ entrance, which has gone untouched during this refurbishment.


We have theorized that this refurbishment will ultimately shift the entrance back to its original location, where the attraction currently exits.


Walt Disney Imagineering filed a permit for a graphics installation at “it’s a small world” before construction started, so a new sign is on the way.


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