Bunnies, Bunnies, Bunnies Everywhere!!!

Went to The Hoppiest Place on Earth. Nope! That’s not misspelled. It’s not Disneyland. It’s The Bunny “Museum”.


I air-quote “museum” because it is pretty much a house. This house is owned by a couple, Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski.



If you decide to visit here …



Steve gave Candace a stuffed rabbit for Valentine’s Day of 1992. She then gave her “Honey Bunny” a porcelain bunny display. Since then, they started collecting the items after they began a tradition of giving each other new bunny gifts every day.


To date, for 22 years, they have collected (drum roll please) 30,000 bunny items!!!



Their house is stuffed with bunny-themed items. They are everywhere… everywhere!


Get ready for the picture overload post…

Stuff toys, globes, displays, pictures …

Even Energizer Bunny is there …


Let’s go to the kitchen ….

Cereal boxes :D, fridge magnets, plates, glasses, cups, cupcake maker, wines with bunny labels, Nesquik :D, clocks,

Their coffe-maker is Bunny …


The living room doesn’t look like a living room. The only things that distinguish it as a living room are the TV and the couch. Other than that, it is more like a closet full of bunny stuffed toys.


Of course, Bugs Bunny is not to be missed.


More … Pinyatas, bunny-related puzzles, etc …

They, of course, have real bunnies as pets.


My favorite is the garden. You can draw a bunny on the pavement of their backyard.








That’s a lot of bunnies to keep track of, and clean and dust. 😀 The Bunny Museum is located in Pasadena.

This is yet another one for my list of unique places in California.

Other of my “everywhere” posts…

Graffiti Everywhere
Windmills Everywhere
Shisa Everywhere


48 replies »

  1. OMG the only thing I can think of is someone didn’t get the memo – “Less is more”. Is that real bunny in their house with the food and excrement?? I would hate to have to clean. Interesting place but I think I would give that one a miss….

    • That’s passion for yah. 😀 When it comes to travel, “Less is more” is not my credo. I can see why this place is not for everybody. Thanks for the comment and visit, kazg10.

      • Yes Rommel agree when it comes to travel I cant get enough either. Great post BTW even though bunny heaven wasn’t my Nirvana!

  2. What a trip, and a greaet photo-essay of this place Rommel, the 7th photo is great ~ I think if I was visiting and saw this I would run away as quick as possible, seems like a set-up to a horror movie 🙂 However, it is a pretty interesting place and Bugs Bunny is my all-time favorite cartoon character 🙂 Well done.

    • They are happy to do it. But because of the expanding collection, they hired a helper cleaner that does it twice a month, I believe.

  3. Being more of a minimalist I don’t know what to say. I would not want to try to clean that house, way too many dust bunnies! 😉

    • OMG! That real bunny was scary. After all the fake bunnies, that real one was not moving. I was taken by surprise when it moved a little. I thought it’s a fake one. 😀

  4. What a curious and intriguing place! It seems that a lot of care and thought went into its creation. Your photos give a wonderful reflection of the sheer whimsy and sense of fun that permeate the place.

  5. I love bunnies but even I have my limits! They do have some cute bunnies for sure, including their live one but I’m afraid all I could think of was “who on earth cleans all that stuff?”! Oh, dear. It would be a fun and unique place to visit, though. Uh, but… well, Rommel, I didn’t see Harvey! Oh, wait, I forgot — not everyone could see him and Jimmy Stewart is no longer with us! 😆

    • Ahihihi … I had to google Harvey and Jimmy Stewart. 😀 I was looking for Velveteen Rabbit… then again, I couldn’t exactly remember or imagine in my head how the velveteen rabbit looks like.

  6. whooooooooa. reminds me a little bit of my aunt who collects stuffed pandas, though she’s not nearly this bad. I would call this “thematic hoarding” haha. It’s a shame there aren’t more REAL bunnies! All of the stuffed bunnies take up all the space.

  7. Oh my gosh! A bit overwhelming perhaps? I can’t imagine, but I think the idea is good…if you hoard something to an extreme, make it museum and open it to the public. All I can say is WOW! 🙂

    • Five dollars for “bunny money”. I know, I had to ask why do they have to coin it “bunny money”. 😀 Just like one of the commentator said, if you gonna go for the extreme, why not make a museum and money out of it.

  8. Thanks for the “like.” A pleasure to see you’re discovering recondite portions of LA, including the one-of-a-kind Bunny Museum. Went there on their biggest day of the year: Easter! Thanks for all the pix.

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