If someone ever asked you "do you want to do the worst-case scenario?" you'd probably say no and avoid that person for the rest of your life. Now get this, the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia opened an all-new exhibit, 'Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience', where you are put into these worst-case scenario situations.

According to 6abc.com, in this exhibit, you will be facing some situations that will scare the life out of you but just know that you will be safe. You can experience being on top of a moving train, caught in an avalanche or travel through a germ tunnel all without getting hurt.

All these scenarios are based on a survival handbook series that was published and created in 1999 in Philadelphia.

The co-authors of the 'Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook!' mentioned to 6abc that the scenarios are "things that people think about, they've seen on television, they worry about." If you really think about it, maybe you have thought about what you would do if you were in one of these situations and now you can actually experience it (safely).

This is a temporary exhibit that is open now until April 19th.