These unique (and sometimes terrifying) rides will make you feel like a little kid again.
This 62-foot-tall, 177-foot-long slide opened in February 2016 at the Printemps Mall in Shanghai's Pudong district. The stainless-steel slide takes just 16 seconds to ride from the fifth floor all the way down to the ground floor of the mall.
Over the last few years, several indoor winter theme parks have opened in Bangkok to give people a respite from the year-round heat. This ice slide is just one of many frosty attractions at .
Designed by Belgian artist Carsten Höller, this 584-feet-long slide twists 12 times around Anish Kapoor's sculpture Orbit at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Riders brave enough to ride this slide — that just opened in June 2016 — will reach speeds of nearly 15 miles an hour. Tickets can be bought in advance and cost about $20 per ride.
Inspired by the stories of Swedish author Astrid Lindgren — who's best known for writing Pippi Longstocking — this is full of whimsical details, including these slides built into the rooftops of a tiny village.
One of several water slides at the , this 60-foot-tall water slide sends riders shooting from the top of a Mayan temple down through a clear tunnel submerged in a shark-infested lagoon.
Even though Skyslide is only 45 feet long, this glass slide located on the outside of the 70th floor of the US Bank Tower is probably the scariest one to ride on this list. If you're not scared of heights, Skyslide costs $33 to ride and timed entranced tickets can be bought .
When St. Louis's opened in the former International Shoe Factory, the factory's old shoe chutes were converted into a 10-story spiral slide that visitors can ride all the way down into the museum's basement.
Located in the center of an outdoor shopping mall built entirely from repurposed shipping containers, the treehouse play zone has several slides for kids and adults to enjoy including one that's 33-feet long.
This slide — located in a playground in Munich — is certainly not as scary as a few of the others but its bizarre shape formed from a series of wooden planks makes it one of the most unusual ones on this list.