It's a Small World India Review (Disney)

What It Is

Disney's It's a Small World attraction was built for the 1964 World's Fair in New York City, and 2014 will mark the attraction's 50th anniversary. In celebration, Disney is releasing a new collection of 16-inch dolls inspired by the original Fantasyland attraction. The dolls' designs are inspired by the drawings and illustrations of legendary Disney artist Mary Blair. It's a Small World India is dressed in a traditional Indian costume called a pavada. The doll also features traditional shoes, a veil, and a bindi on its forehead. Press the button on the doll's stomach and it will sing the song "It's a Small World" in English. Press the button again to hear the doll sing the song in its native tongue.

Is It Fun?

We think this is a really cute doll with some beautiful details that will appeal to fans of the It's a Small World attraction young and old. Kids will like singing along with the doll, while older Disney fans will want to add this 50th anniversary doll to their collections.

Who It’s For

It's a Small World India is for ages 3 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Three button cell batteries are included.

Additional dolls in the collection include Hawaii, France, England/United Kingdom, Africa, Holland, and Japan. Each is sold separately.

Dolls are available exclusively at the Disney Store.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy