First-Ever Subway Big Museum of Taste In Singapore: Free Cookies & Coke, Claw Machine, Games & Photo Ops

First-Ever Subway Big Museum of Taste In Singapore: Free Cookies & Coke, Claw Machine, Games & Photo Ops

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By Karmen on 04 Aug 2022
Digital Editor

Collect your receipts during your next meal at Subway as it'll get you tickets to the first-ever Subway museum opening from 10 to 30 August 2022 in Singapore. Named the Subway Big Museum of Taste, the 6,000 sq ft area is a photo-worthy wonderland packed with entertainment. Think Museum of Ice Cream, but with games!

Located at 11 Prinsep Link, the pop-up museum is pretty easy to spot as it's marked with a giant seven-metre long Italian B.M.T. sub. Before heading inside, grab a near field communication (NFC) tag that you'll use to play games and redeem freebies.

Giant seven-metre sub at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

Entering the comfortable air-conditioned building, you'll be surrounded by green and yellow, aka Subway's iconic colour combo. This is the most museum-esque zone, with displays covering the submarine sandwich brand's origin story and its evolution to becoming one of the most well-known fast food chains in the world.

Next is a replica of a typical Subway restaurant where visitors can put on a green apron and imagine themselves as a Subway sandwich artist, or challenge themselves to the Subway trivia quizzes.

Also at this zone is a bright, fluorescent pink foodpanda-themed room featuring plenty of photo ops with their adorable panda mascot, Pau-Pau. Scan your NFT tag to redeem a token which you can use to have a go at the claw machine and win prizes like foodpanda vouchers.

foodpanda zone with claw machine at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

After that is where the real fun starts! This build-a-sub zone has four different games themed after the four components of a Subway sandwich: bread, protein, veggies and sauce. Players collect ingredients after successfully scoring at least five points in each game and use them to build a digital sub.

Build-a-digital-sub game zone at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

Start by "kneading" bread dough, which involves slamming your hands on a counter with speed and precision, then spot the missing protein in a game that resembles dance arcade machines.

Bread and protein games at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

Move on to the veggie station where you'll "slice" vegetables in a hilarious ninja-like cutting motion. Lastly, have a go at squeezing the correct type and amount of sauce on your sandwich.

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Veggies and sauce games at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

From someone with poor hand-eye coordination, these games weren't too challenging and will be fun for adults and kids, although Subway advises that visitors be at least 5 years old or 90cm in height to safely enjoy the museum.

Along the way, you'll come across many Instagrammable spots including a cookie corner and a Coca-Cola corridor covered in dreamy patterned lighting.

Cookie wall and Coca-Cola corridor at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

The journey concludes at the gift store where you can shop for limited edition Subway merchandise including realistic-looking Subway sandwich plush toys and a quirky tote bag that's oddly long and could easily fit several footlong subs.

Gift store at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

The gift shop also has two photo spots. One has two cute standees of SubBro, Subway's new mascot, and another is a reference to Subway appearances in K-dramas. Here's us trying to recreate the scene from Goblin: The Lonely and Great God:

K-drama Subway photo area at the Big Museum of Taste - Museum of Subway in SingaporePhoto from GirlStyle Singapore

To get tickets, simply spend a minimum of $12 in a single receipt for one e-ticket or $20 for two e-tickets at any Subway restaurant (walk-in and takeaway only) from 28 July to 30 August 2022. With your valid receipts ready, head online to redeem your e-ticket and book your one-hour visit to the museum.

It's also a plus that the museum won't be overcrowded as online time slot booking is a must, and tickets are not for sale at the venue.

Subway Big Museum of Taste
Address: 11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949 (near Bras Basah, Bencoolen, Rochor and Dhoby Ghaut MRT stations)
Date: 10 - 30 August 2022
Opening Hours: Mon - Thurs: 10am - 9pm, Fri - Sun: 10am - 10pm
Redeem tickets: subwaymuseumsg.com

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