Subway museum to open on Aug 10; interactive games, photo-worthy spots available

The museum has also been certified by the Singapore Book of Records for being the “First Sandwich-Based Museum in Singapore”.

Amanda Tan

Skills include buying the same jeans in different colours.

Published: 5 August 2022, 2:28 PM

Be part of history by visiting the first ever Subway museum and the “First Sandwich-Based Museum in Singapore”, as certified by the Singapore Book of Records.

Also known as the Big Museum of Taste, visitors can expect limited edition merchandise, digital installations and lots of opportunities to take Insta-worthy photos!

Here are three activities to do while you’re there:

1. Become a sandwich artist through a series of interactive games

Ever wondered what it’s like to stand behind the counter and whip up your very own sub? Now’s your chance!

There are even aprons for you to don on to take photos like a sandwich artist. PHOTO CREDIT: AMANDA TAN


Featuring nine never-before-seen interactive installations across four zones, visitors can assemble a virtual sub to their liking by playing a series of games to collect the necessary ingredients.


Have a go at “kneading” your own dough, “slicing” vegetables and challenging your friends to a dance-off while you “pick” your protein! GIF CREDIT: AMANDA TAN


Once you’ve completed all the games and are satisfied with the ingredients earned, you can head to Zone 4 and assemble your masterpiece, where it’ll eventually be displayed on screen.


Subway will also be the first brand to attempt the record for the “Largest Sandwich Making Game” with this experiential zone. GIF CREDIT: YOUTHOPIA/DENISE OH

2. Win foodpanda merchandise at Pau Pau’s claw machine

As Subway’s partner, foodpanda has an exclusive zone where visitors can try their luck at the claw machine and stand to win prizes like free delivery vouchers, notebooks and keychains.


The zone’s neon pink interior is also a good option for those looking to take Insta-worthy photos! PHOTO CREDIT: AMANDA TAN

3. Check out limited-edition museum merchandise at the gift store

Show your sub-port for Subway by bringing home exclusive Subway-branded socks, pop sockets, T-shirts, pillows, and tumblers which can be purchased at the gift store, near the exit of the museum.


You can also redeem a free can of Coca-Cola and Subway Cookie at the merchandise store. GIF CREDIT: YOUTHOPIA/DENISE OH


The items are priced between $3.90 to $19.90.

Besides the merchandise, visitors can also look forward to recreating their favourite K-drama series with the iconic Subway window scene.


All K-drama fans would know just how ubiquitous Subway is in these shows! PHOTO CREDIT: AMANDA TAN


To manage the crowd, tickets will not be sold at the museum. Instead, those interested can spend $12 at any Subway Singapore restaurants to redeem one ticket, or $20 to redeem two tickets. Only receipts dated Jul 28 to 12pm Aug 30 are eligible for ticket redemption.

Visitors are to register themselves online prior to their visit to the museum.

The Subway Big Museum of Taste is located at 11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949. It’ll be open to the public from Aug 10 to 30, from 10am to 9pm from Monday to Thursday and 10am to 10pm from Friday to Sunday.

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