FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When is the museum open?
Every afternoon, by appointment. Open all holidays when no appointments are necessary.
Check for times

Why can I not make an appointment for the time I asked for?
It depends on a few factors:
— size of group (a large group may have already booked that time)
— whether Candace & Steve have personal commitments for time requested
— the media may be filming and have requested no visitors during their interview

How much does it cost?
$5 per person
Kids 4 & under FREE
Members FREE

You may bring a bag, a bunch, or a package of vegetables or fruits for the real bunnies to eat.
They don't like leftovers, so please don't bring them scraps from your frig. If you won't eat it,
they won't eat it, either.
Any uneaten donated bunny food you bring will be given to the bunnies at a later mealtime.

ALL MEDIA MUST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Ambush media will not be allowed to film, tape, or photograph without prior permission.
Media rates apply. Inquire (626) 798-8848

Do you accept donations?
Not real bunnies.
Yes, we do accept donated bunny items in person or by mail.
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corportation. All cash donations are tax-deductible.

How long is the appointment?
That depends upon how much you love bunnies!
Tours are set for one hour, but some stay less and some more. Bunny lovers can stay as (reasonably) long as they like. Most visitors find they can't possibly see everything in one visit and hop back again, and again.

Is the museum appropriate for children?
Yes! Only cute bunnies in this museum! But, remind your children that this is a museum and not a petting zoo.

Is there parking?
Yes. Street parking.

Can I take pictures of the museum?
Yes. However, you may not move any items or use any items for your photo.

How do I get to the museum?
Download our map

Do you have real bunnies to pet?
Yes. Since The Bunny Museum is a museum and not a petting zoo, the number of real pet bunnies varies from time to time.

Why do you not want people to bring carrots for your real bunny pets?
We get too many carrots from visitors!
Because that's what everyone thinks of bringing first ! Our bunnies love carrots
(as does Bugs Bunny), but that's not all they eat.
Please think of bringing FRESH: broccoli, spinach, kale, cilantro, parsley, cabbage, green peppers, romaine lettuce (not iceberg), basil, mint, apples, cherries, bananas, strawberries, pineapple, pears, raspberries, peaches, and tomatoes.

Should I cut up the vegetables and fruit I bring for the real bunnies?
No! In nature, bunnies don't use knives. They cut up their food with their teeth. And the fresh food you bring will stay fresher longer, if you don't cut it up! Thanks for caring to think you need to, though.

Can I bring a wheelchair into the museum?
Yes.

Can I bring a stroller into the museum?
No.

Would the museum be interested in purchasing a bunny item that has been in my family for years?
No.
We do not buy unsolicited bunny products.
We do accept bunny item donations.

My bunny pet needs a home, will you adopt it?
No. Sorry. Please contact your local "House Rabbit Society". http://www.rabbit.org/adoption/index.html

Can I bring my pet bunny with me during my appointment?
Yes, but you will not be able to let them hop around on the floor.
S/He will leave a scent that will upset the museum's house bunnies.

Can I bring a gift for Candace and Steve?
That would be lovely! It is their home they are opening up to you, afterall.
They do appreciate that you want to bring them a house gift such as flowers, chocolates, or wine
(e.g. Rabbit Ridge) as a thank you. Or a bunny item gift = ; )

Do you have an Easter egg hunt?
No.

What is your Halloween Open House like?
It is a very popular, kids-friendly Haunted House with strobes, red lights, black lights, and fog.
No blood or guts. Spooky music. Hop in the front door and run out the back door!

Are you really open on Christmas Day?
Yes.
Check for times

Why does The Bunny Museum sponsor The Angel Festival?
Because Candace Frazee founded The Angel Festival. She has written three award-winning books about life after death. http://candacefrazee.com The Bunny Museum is a proud sponsor of this annual family, fun festival. www.theangelfestival.com

Will Candace and Steve be there for my appointment?
Yes. They live in the museum.

What restaurants are near The Bunny Museum?
Be a Tourist

What do I get if I become a Member of The Bunny Museum?
There are four sections in the 24-Carrot Garden. Click below for details.

Membership Form



To All Visitors:
Candace & Steve do accept and appreciate bunny gifts.
And flowers, wine, and postage stamps!
PLEASE DO NOT BRING THEM A REAL BUNNY FOR A GIFT!
 

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