Visit Legendary Trunks The Exhibition
Legendary Trunks The Exhibition is a fascinating journey through five generations of Louis Vuitton’s ground-breaking, innovative works of unparalleled craftsmanship, and the extraordinary adventures they made possible.
Over 300 authentic Louis Vuitton trunks and other items dating as far back as the 1850’s, when the master designer founded his iconic brand, are accompanied by remarkable period ephemera, revealing a rich history of exploration, sophistication, and endurance. It is a story of inspired vision, painstaking construction, and uncompromising standards; a story full of grand tours, luxurious oceans liners, steam trains, and jets; of famous historical figures and undeterred adventurers.
Legendary Trunks The Exhibition is a travelling, immersive experience. Throughout the twelve galleries, visitors are given the opportunity to explore the unique production and wonderful history of these iconic cases. Guided by audio-visual and digital applications, the visitor will understand the craftsmanship and design that goes into every Louis Vuitton trunk.
The exhibition will reveal the secrets of the master designer and tell the stories of those explorers and travelers. Highlights include a trunk with stories from the RMS Titanic, Ernest Hemingway’s library trunk, President Franklin D Roosevelt trunks, among many others.
The Legendary Trunks highlights
- 300 authentic trunks and artifacts, never exhibited before
- Explore the unique production and wonderful history of the world's most legendary trunks
- A story of inspired vision, painstaking construction, and uncompromising standards
- Highlights also includes famous celebrities such as Judy Garland, Sharon Stone and Lily Pons
About Louis Vuitton
When Napoleon assumed the title of Emperor of the French in 1852, his wife hired Louis Vuitton as her personal box-maker and packer. This provided a gateway for Vuitton to a class of elite and royal clientele who would seek his services for the duration of his life and far beyond, as the Louis Vuitton brand would grow into the world-renowned luxury leather and lifestyle brand it is today.
Children (6-16 years) € 8.50
Groups (+15 persons) € 10.50
Students € 10
Museum Card / City Pass € 10
Daily from 10am - 6pm (box office closes at 5pm)