Visit the Hoppiest Place on Earth – Altadena’s Bunny Museum – This Memorial Day

Published on May 25, 2024



The Bunny Museum in Altadena billed as “The Hoppiest Place in the World,” will open on Memorial Day, May 27, with two new-ish exhibits. 

Candace Frazee, President & Co-founder of the Bunny Museum said aside from miniature villages of bunny homes, schools, libraries, stores with bunny business folk and families, visitors can enjoy the Red Rabbit Room Gallery, which features red bunnies. 

“No special event is planned for the day because The Bunny Museum is special all unto its own, every day!” said Frazee. 

The museum is open from 12-6 p.m. Tickets are available at the door and no reservations are required.

The Bunny Museum is not a petting zoo.

The Bunny Museum began as a private collection in couple Frazee and Steve Lubanski’s Pasadena home and opened to the public in 1998. 

In 2017, they expanded and relocated to a new location in Altadena. To date, over 45,000 bunny items from antiquity objects to contemporary art can be viewed at the museum. 

The museum holds the Guinness World Record for having the most bunny items in the world.

It is home to Bugs Bunny, Lola Bunny, Peter Cottontail, NesQuik Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, Brer Rabbit, White Rabbit and March Hare (from Alice in Wonderland), Roger Rabbit, Trix Rabbit, Rabbit (from Winnie the Pooh), Thumper (from Bambi), Uncle Wiggily, Energizer Bunny, Miffy, and Mashimaro, to name a few.

The Bunny Museum is located at 2605 N. Lake Ave. in Altadena. For more information visit:

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