If there aren't stairs I'm not going.
Riding An Elevator With A Curved Ascent

This is a video of Tom Scott riding the elevator at the New Town Hall in Hannover, Germany, an elevator that follows the 17-degree curvature of the cupola dome to the observation tower at the top. The elevator was originally constructed in 1913, and gutted and fitted with a new deathbox in 2007. The new elevator, which at times only has a 5mm clearance between it and the walls, features a glass floor panel that can be turned from opaque to transparent so you can see the drop below. Obviously, you’ll want to make sure it’s clear so the other passengers are already spooked, then start jumping as hard as you can.