PERSONAL CHALLENGE: THE BUNNY MUSEUM
I am still doing my personal challenge to try something new every day (not every thing is worth writing about). Today, I saw a posting about The Bunny Museum in Pasadena. It would be open from 3-6pm. Since this was on my list of strange things to do in Los Angeles, I decided now would be the time to check it out.
Surprisingly, it wasn’t too far from my apartment in Pasadena. And apparently I wasn’t the only one interested in checking out this museum today. It was pretty packed with families, tourists and bunny aficionados.
The Bunny Museum is located inside the private home of Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski. You can’t miss the house. There is a bunny fence and a giant bunny shrubbery that looks like it was carved by Edward Scissorhands.
They do have several real bunnies hopping around the house filled floor to ceiling with bunny artifacts of all kinds. Some were cute, some funny and some that might give you nightmares. This has to be the world’s largest bunny collection.
They have open houses on every holiday where the entrance fee is $5 per person, children under age 4 are free. You can also call to schedule an appointment any day of the year.
But if you are not sure if this one-of-a-kind museum is worth a look-see, just listen to Elijah Wood. He created several TV Spots for The Bunny Museum via Funny or Die. Or check out their website for more information by clicking here. If you are anything like me and you are curious about the unusual attractions in a tourist trap like Los Angeles, I would recommend checking out The Bunny Museum at least once. Add it to your travel Bucket List.