Museum of Counterfeit Goods

Museum of Counterfeit Goods

The Museum of Counterfeit Goods is comprised of more than 4,000 goods that infringe trademarks, patents, and copyrights. The museum, which is among the largest of its kind in the world, houses a collection covering 14 broad categories of goods, including clothing, footwear, watches and eyewear, accessories, cosmetics and perfumes, food and household products, drugs, alcohol and cigarettes, copyrighted works, stationery and office supplies, automotive parts, tools, electrical devices, and miscellaneous products. Many of the infringing goods were seized in raids conducted on behalf of the firm's clients. Explore our case studies on several categories of infringing products.   

The Museum of Counterfeit Goods has attracted significant media attention, and at least four major foreign television broadcasting companies (including CNN and BBC) have featured the museum in their documentaries concerning the counterfeit situation in Thailand. Many local and international newspapers and magazines have also published articles on the museum. Read more about our media coverage by clicking news.

Tilleke & Gibbins’ IP attorneys provide free lectures and guided tours of our Museum of Counterfeit Goods to students of all ages, clients, diplomats, intellectual property practitioners, Thai and foreign police, Interpol officers, judges, government officials, and business executives. By viewing counterfeit goods alongside their genuine counterparts, museum visitors gain a new perspective on the extent and consequences of the counterfeiting of legitimate goods. To schedule a visit, contact Ms. Pinta Punsoni at the contact information above.