The Bunny Museum


A living museum dedicated to all things bunny!

Tucked away in a residential area in the northern part of Pasadena, CA, is the world’s one and only Bunny Museum! The private home of a couple who are obviously obsessed with bunnies, this is a living museum as the couple live here and continue to expand their collection as they give each other some kind of bunny gift every day. The museum is open 365 days a year, admission is free, and the couple very graciously welcomes you into their home to view the tens of thousands of bunny items, from stuffed bunny dolls to chocolate bunnies to porcelain bunnies to even freeze-dried and stuffed actual bunnies, who were previously the pets of the owners.

The rooms are crammed literally floor-to-ceiling and practically wall-to-wall with bunny items. One room had barely enough room for someone to stand in (and take a picture). Spilling out into the driveway and bark yard are statues, garden furniture, and even giant weathered bunny heads, leftover from parade floats that featured bunnies. It looks like Easter Island (no pun intended) with giant bunnies.

The museum is very unusual, and something you should experience once in your life. But no more than that!


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  1. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    donnie darko? "follow the white rabbit" alice/matrix?
    strange location!!!!!

  2. satomi
    satomi ·

    Sweet=) I love the bunny shaped plant:D but some things are a bit creepy:p

  3. stouf
    stouf ·

    Yeah I'm with satomi ! And it makes me think of Edward scissorhands ! Cool gallery !

  4. sarahboat
    sarahboat ·

    I have to thank you because I've just added this museum to my cross-country must see attraction list!

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