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The Bunny Museum

Want to see over 30,000 bunny tchotchkes stuffed into one lil' house in Pasadena? We thought you might.

Written by
Kate Wertheimer
&
Jakob N. Layman
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If you're looking to spend some time in a museum that's not like the others, check out the bigger and improved Bunny Museum. Los Angeles' hare enthusiasts Candace Frazee and her husband Steve Lubanski have relocated their one of a kind joint to a much larger location in Altadena. In addition to the thousands of bunny artifacts that they've collected over the years, including actual freeze-dried bunnies, there now exists a bunny library. The space also features nine Rose Parade float bunnies and a creepy room called the "Chamber of Hop Horrors" for ages 13 and above. If your kids aren't into seeing dead animals, there's plenty of kid-friendly attractions in other parts of the house. Admission is $8 and some treats for the live bunnies in residence. They prefer you donate something other than carrots, since that's what people usually bring.

 

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