In It's a Small World riders are taken on a trip around the world. Scenes depict various countries where children are singing the famous ride song.
The style of the ride was designed by Mary Blair, one of Walt Disney's imagineers.
It's a Small World debuted on the 1964 New York World's Fair as a salute to children all around the world. With over ten million visitors, the ride was such a success on the World's Fair that Disney decided to relocate the ride to Disneyland and re-opened it in 1966.
- New York World's Fair (1964-1965)
- Disneyland Resort - Disneyland (1966-present)
Ride duration14 minutes
Seats (per vehicle/theatre)16 seats