It may have only climbed to 60ºF today in Bristol, England today, but that didn't stop hundreds of revelers from coming out to see the installation of a 300-foot-long waterslide in the center of their town. 360 lottery winners got the chance to use the slide and dream of summer.

As NPR News writes,

The slide uses a mixture of water and dish soap to give riders a bit more speed as they slide on an inflatable raft.

The installation is part of a summer series in Bristol and was made by artist Luke Jerram. Though the slide will only be around for one day, other events are planned on the first Sunday of every month this summer. What's next, a three-hundred-foot tall unscrewed fire hydrant?