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Disney guests stuck on ‘It’s a small world’ for over an hour: ‘Torture’

Guests shared on social media that Disney World’s “It’s a small world” ride broke down, leaving guest stranded for over an hour.

While Disney World may be “The Most Magical Place on Earth”, sometimes things go wrong. A video shared on social media Saturday shows a long line of boats filled with guest waiting near the end of the ride. A boat just in front appears to be slowly sinking into the ride’s water. 

The video is captioned, “This boat said it was NOT a small world… We were stuck for over an hour, the torture.”

Located in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland, “It’s a small world” is one of the most popular attractions of all of Disney Parks history. 

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The little boats that float through cavernous rooms, while dolls from around the world sing “It’s a small world after all” over and over again throughout the children’s ride. 

“It’s a small world” has been a part of Disney World since the very beginning. When the park opened on October 1, 1971, “It’s a small world” was one of the opening day attraction. The ride was initially created by Walt Disney for the 1964-1965 World Fair in New York, and became an instant hit. 

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In May 1966, the ride was built for Disneyland in California and has been recreated in Disneyland Paris and Shanghai Disneyland. 

Earlier this month, a log sank at Disney’s iconic Splash Mountain attraction. Guests were caught on camera self-evacuating from the moving log ride vehicles. 

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