The Bunny Museum, located in a private residence in Pasadena, is filled to the brim with 29,000 bunny replicas and counting. Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski, the married couple who opened the museum in 1998, have pledged to give each other a bunny a day for eternity and are proud to show off their surreal obsession. The couple will lead you through rooms stacked floor to ceiling with stuffed rabbits while describing their collection, which is neatly organized into categories. Kissing bunnies, cookie jar bunnies, half-human hybrid bunnies — they have all types. You'll meet live bunny pets that you can cuddle, and also will be shown a bizarre glass case filled with their freeze-dried cousins who have passed on to Bunny Heaven. 1933 Jefferson Drive, Pasadena, 91104. (626) 798-8848, —Nikki Kreuzer

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