The Bunny Museum's Grand Hoppenin' Party

The Bunny Museum's Grand Hoppenin' Party

Courtesy the Bunny Museum

Nearly 20 years ago, Candace Frazee and husband Steve Lubanski opened up the Bunny Museum in their home, in order to share their extensive collection of rabbit-related items — dolls, furniture, books, games, even bunny bushes from former Rose Bowl floats. They've also got a few real rabbits that scamper freely around the house, apparently trained to use a litter box. Their collection, which was appraised by Guinness at 8,437 objects in 1999, has now swelled to more than 31,000 items, outgrowing its original site. Celebrating the museum's new Altadena home is the Grand Hoppenin' Party, for which bunny-themed attire is recommended. While the proprietors will gladly accept bunny gifts to add to their collection, they ask that you leave any live bunnies at home.

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