Oh hey, good news! The New Museum’s is tearing up some holes in their floors/ceilings to lodge a 102-foot-long, twisty turny, giant plastic tube in there, courtesy of German artist Carsten Höller. For Höller’s previously installed slide at Tate, visitors got baseball helmets and elbow pads, but “they got bumps and bruises anyway.”

Oh, boo-hoo! Did we mention it’s a slide in a museum? Less waaaa, more weeee please.