A Hoppin' Good Time at The Bunny Museum - Atlas Obscura Experiences

A Hoppin' Good Time at The Bunny Museum

$35 per person
2 hours
Up to 10 people
See Dates
$35 per person
Altadena, California
What We’ll Do

Hop into The Bunny Museum at nighttime, after hours, for a magical immersive experience. You’ll enjoy one-on-one attention from the co-founders, surrounded by our collection, without all the crowds.

Inside the museum, we’ll tell you fascinating stories about special pieces of the collection. Remember the fable of "The Tortoise and the Hare"? You’ll rediscover that tale, and more, as you forget your worries and experience the peaceful wonder in our special place.

Where We’ll Be

Founded in 1993, The Bunny Museum opened to the public in 1998. Originally housed in a 1920s home in Pasadena, the museum moved to Altadena in 2017. Altadena is burrowed in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and has 13 National Register of Historic Places including Christmas Tree Lane, the Zane Grey Estate, and the Crank House. It is a diverse community of artists, celebrities, nature lovers, and eccentrics.

About Your Host
Candace
Candace

Hi. I'm Candace, a member of the Atlas Obscura community.

Steve Lubanski and I co-founded The Bunny Museum in 1993 with one plush bunny. Now with over 36,000 bunny items—we’re Guinness World Record certified. Our museum has been making visitors hoppy for 21 years.

For questions about this experience, please contact me directly through Airbnb.

Dates and Availability
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What to Bring
  • Camera. Reading glasses. Complimentary Lockers are provided for purses, bags, backpacks which are not permitted in the museum.
Additional Information
Cancellation Policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.

Group Size

There are 10 spots available on this experience.

Who Can Come

Guests ages 13 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

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