The Museum of Fakes was created in 1951 by the French Union of Manufacturers ( French Union des Fabricants ) with a pedagogical purpose: its task is to show the extent of falsification of products in the world, to present the point of view of manufacturers on the impact of fakes on the modern economy, and also to tell the visitor the importance of copyright protection and penalties prescribed by law for their violations.
|Museum of fakes|
|Musée de la contrefaçon|
Showcases of the Paris Museum of fakes
|Address||16, rue de la Faisanderie, 75116 Paris|
The museum features more than 350 objects, from fake CD / DVDs, toys and other everyday items that are familiar to everyone, to a fake statue of Rodin and fake amphorae of the Gallo-Roman period .
The museum is located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris , the nearest metro station is Porte Dauphine .
Museum address: 16, rue de la Faisanderie, 75116 Paris.
Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 14:00 - 17:30.
- Tiara Saitafern