In 1999, the Guinness Book of World Records certified The Bunny Museum as having "the world's largest collection of bunnies," boasting approximately 8,500 items. But as bunnies tend to do, they've multiplied… to the tune of over 35,000!
For Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski, their shared love for bunnies is a constant reminder of their love for one another. What innocently began as a daily bunny-related gift exchange between two partners eventually led to this enormous private collection. And with each day that passes, the museum gets closer and closer to its goal of one million bunny items.
The Bunny Museum doesn't discern between plush bunnies, carved bunnies, cookie jar bunnies, or even dust bunnies—but probably the most important part of the collection are the actual, living, breathing bunnies!
You'll see them all when The Bunny Museum stays open late for our private tour of its new and improved, expanded location—guided by museum founder Candace Frazee herself. This tour will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the museum.
- All ages are welcome, but all attendees must have a ticket and please—no touching!
- No bags allowed, including purses. Please leave them at home or in your car, or you may rent a locker for $1 (cash only) upon arrival.
- Photography encouraged but no professional cameras, tripods, selfie sticks, or other equipment will be allowed.
- Beware of real bunnies! They are kept in a separate room and are not a required stop on the tour for anyone who may be skittish or allergic. However, you're welcome to bring veggies for them to nibble on.
- A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Bunny Museum.
- Street parking is available, but is limited and in a residential area. Please be respectful of the neighbors.
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