New “it’s a small world” Keychain Available at Walt Disney World

Phil Wood

A person holds a keychain featuring a heart-shaped charm with "Hello" text and castle design, along with several smaller character charms.

New “it’s a small world” Keychain Available at Walt Disney World

A new “it’s a small world” keychain featuring characters from the attraction is now available at Walt Disney World.

‘it’s a small world’ Keychain – $14.99

A person holds a keychain featuring a heart-shaped charm with "Hello" text and castle design, along with several smaller character charms.

We found the new “it’s a small world” keychain in Sir Mickey’s at Magic Kingdom. At the bottom of the keychain is a black heart outlined in gold. Inside the heart, the word “Hello” is written in brown, pink, and yellow capital letters. The ‘it’s a small world’ facade sits above the word, as stars twinkle yellow and pink around the structure.

Above the heart, four characters from the attraction and two golden hearts hang off the keychain. The featured characters include a cowboy wearing a large pink cowboy hat holding a guitar, a girl with braided pigtails wearing a red, blue, and green flowered skirt, a female dancer wearing a saree, and a clarinet player in an orange shirt and green pants.

Hand holding a gold keychain with a heart-shaped pendant inscribed with "Hershey Cinna" and various other small charms.

The back of the keychain is gold, and “Disney China” is etched into each charm.

This keychain is just the latest “it’s a small world merchandise released over the last few months. In May, an “it’s a small world” Dooney & Bourke bag featuring many of the same characters on display in this keychain was made available. In addition, at the end of April, a photo op was installed at Disneyland Resort celebrating the 60th anniversary of the beloved attraction.

Will you be heading to Sir Mickey’s to purchase this new keychain?

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