The Bunny Museum
2605 N. Lake Avenue
Altadena, CA 91001
$8 admission, children under 4 free.
Open all holidays or by arrangement, see website or call for tour arrangements.
PASADENA, CALIF.--The Bunny Museum represents Candace & Steve's love for each other for the future. Their bunny collection is said to be the largest in the world. Devoted to the acquisition, conservation, study, exhibition, and educational understanding of bunnies in nature, historically, and artistically, the Pasadena-based museum offers a world-class collection of cute, fantastic, antique, and odd exhibitions in a landmark home.
Located in a 1926, Spanish stucco home of Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski, over 28,000 bunny collectibles range from furniture, light fixtures, kitchenware, toiletries, books, and games to real bunny pets that do not live in cages, and are litter box trained!
Love story: Steve gave his girlfriend, Candace a white, plush bunny (which holds a heart with the banner, "I Love You This Much") on Valentine's Day, 1993 because Candace called him her "Honey Bunny". Not wanting to wait till special occasions to give his honey a gift, Steve began giving Candace bunnies on a regular basis, which eventually became exchanges of bunny gifts between the couple on a daily basis.
Back: In 1999 when the couple had 8437 bunnies in their collection, they were listed in the Guinness World Records, and again on 25 March 2011 with have 28,423 bunny-themed items.
Future: The couple hopes to open a museum in a new facility.