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Inside the Bonkers Bunny Museum's New Space in Altadena


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Since it opened to the public in Pasadena in 1998, the Bunny Museum's collection of rabbit-related objects has swelled to 33,000. To give everyone a little more space to breathe, married proprietors Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski recently relocated their record-breaking rabbit hoard to a brand new space (that also serves as their home) in Altadena. On Monday, they hosted a Grand Hoppenin' Party, inviting people to peek around the new space and admire the collection, which includes everything from former pets (taxidermied bunnies) to famous bunnies to bunny puzzles and plush dolls. For the meager sum of $8, you too can experience the bunny business going on at the museum.

All photos by Star Foreman