A month long pop-up interactive called Museum Of Subway is swinging its door open on 10th August. And yes, it revolves around your fave sandwiches.
As usual, the space is calibrated so you get maximum IG-worthy moments from your walk through 4 different zones. It’s set to be another sold-out sitch so if we were you, we’d hurry up and get a ticket asap. Here’s what to look forward to:
Just because you’re gluten-free or on a no-carb diet, it doesn’t mean Subway’s Big Museum Of Taste isn’t worth a visit.
Situated on Prinsep Link, the sub-inspired exhibition consists of 4 unique zones and a whole lot of games that let you feel and interact with the sandwiches.
Get your hands dirty by kneading dough, slicing veggies, DIY-ing a sandwich, and finding missing ingredients.
There’s even a claw machine that’s filled with foodpanda vouchers, notebooks, and keychains for you to have a go at.
After exhausting the multitude of games available, you might want to circle back to the first zone if you haven’t done so. Here, you’ll be able to learn a thing or two about the history of this wildly successful sandwich brand.
Otherwise, head straight to the retail corner where free food and themed merchandise await you.
TBH, the merch room is probably one of our favourites. It’s here that you’ll find shelves stocked with Subway-themed knick-knacks and free treats such as cookies and coke cans.
Browse a selection of chio tote bags, t-shirts, water bottles, and pillows while munching on legit chocolate chip cookies that are fresh out of the oven.
Not going to lie, it’s hard to miss a massive 7m-long Subway sculpture that’s sitting right across the street from GR.ID shopping mall.
Beware: this ultra-realistic installation has been modeled after the classic Italian B.M.T and can trigger a hunger pang. Plus, it’s entirely free for you to take pics with – even if you haven’t purchased a ticket to the museum.
Museums are a dime a dozen in Singapore. However, one that looks like it’s straight out of your wildest Subway sandwich dream is definitely rare. But don’t take our word for it. Swing by between 10th and 30th August to see it for yourself.
To gain access, you’ll need to buy a ticket on the Subway’s Big Museum Of Taste website. Alternatively, you can snatch a free ticket simply by spending $12 at any Subway outlet. Or, drop $20 and you’ll score 2 free entries. Easy peasy.
Address: 11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949
Opening Hours: Mon-Thu 10am – 9pm | Fri-Sun 10am – 10pm
Photography by Ian Sim.
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