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From STAFF REPORTS

6:32 pm | March 25, 2016


What better way to spend the afternoon than hopping around with real and imitation bunnies? The Bunny Museum in Pasadena gives you the chance to do just that. This unique museum grew out of a sentimental bunny collection and now has over 32,000 bunny items and four live bunnies.

“Friends joked that we lived in a bunny museum and we first opened 18 years ago on Easter, then after the public demand we decided to open the museum,” said Candace Frazee, the co-owner of The Bunny Museum.

She and her husband, Steve Lubanski, run The Bunny Museum out of their home and invite visitors by appointment 7 days a week. Frazee said that the collection started when she and her husband exchanged bunnies in honor of their nickname for each other – honeybunny. The collection has multiplied to unbelievable proportions and Frazee says that many items are in storage.

“The best part is seeing the visitors,” said Frazee. “We get all varieties not just moms and kids – hipsters love us.”

The bunny extravaganza has drawn visitors from over 46 counties. The museum is brimming with anything and everything bunny – from salt and pepper shakers to bunny shaped cake molds. You can even draw your own chalk bunnies and do bunny-themed floor puzzles. The bunny-filled house is a testament to the couple’s fervor and the collection continues to expand.

“Everyone comes – no matter the language or the culture and says ‘Wow’,” said Frazee.

Make an appointment and hop on over.

The Bunny Museum is located at 1933 Jefferson Drive, Pasadena. Call (626) 798-8848 to make an appointment or visit www.thebunnymuseum.com for more detials.