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Los Angeles Weird Museums: Death, Celebrities, Bunnies

Museum Of Death

  First Posted: 08/03/11 12:33 PM ET Updated: 10/03/11 06:12 AM ET

You know LACMA and MOCA, and Skirball, Hammer and Getty -- who doesn't? But when you're looking to delve into some of LA's most esoteric -- and, frankly, weirdest art -- visit one of these four museums for your oddball fix.

The Bunny Museum
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Pasadena's Bunny Museum, "the hoppiest place in the world," houses a collection of 28,012 (and counting) bunny-related items including stuffed animals, figurines, and yes, real rabbits. The museum is located in a private home where the Bunny Museum's curators live with their five litter-boxed trained pet rabbits. Tours are by appointment only, and visitors are encouraged to bring snacks, (veggies, but not carrots), for the museum's floppy-eared dwellers.
Weirdest item: The curator couple's freeze dried former pet bunnies
1933 Jefferson Drive, at Bellford Avenue, (626-798-8848 or ‎

Photo: Courtesy of The Bunny Museum
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*This story has been edited. A slide about the Erotic Museum was removed because it is no longer open.