From Walt Disney World Resort to Disneyland Resort, from Tokyo to Shanghai to Hong Kong to Paris, it’s the classic rides that make up the backbone of each Disney Park.
Classic Disney Attractions Are the Backbone of Any Disney Park
After all, a classic Disney attraction is what makes a theme park quintessentially Disney; it’s typically what the park is known for in the first place.
So it stands to reason that the classic rides are some of the Walt Disney Company’s highest priorities…right? Unfortunately, this is not the case.
Unfortunately, Classic Attractions Aren’t Always a Priority…
Any frequent visitor will tell you that Walt Disney World and Disneyland alike are slow to repairs, even when it comes to a classic attraction.
If the broken effect isn’t pressing, it may never be fixed at all. For example, Animal Kingdom’s Expedition Everest roller coaster and Hollywood Studios’s Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction are two of the most popular rides in all of Walt Disney World.
Yet, the two attractions remain in disrepair, with no signs of repairs or maintenance on the horizon.
However, One Classic Disney Attraction Finally Got Some Much-Needed Repairs!
That’s why it’s so exciting to hear that one Disney Park has finally made repairs to its version of “it’s a small world:”
🔧 The ‘it’s a small world’ clock is finally back in action after being broken for several months: pic.twitter.com/uAetB8ruh9
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) September 5, 2023
Across the pond in Disneyland Paris, the “it’s a small world” clock had been broken for “several months.” Finally, the whimsical effect is working again, and fans are understandably thrilled.
After all, it’s always a good sign to see that the Walt Disney Company still cares enough to keep beloved attractions maintained.