Rabbit museum with over 5,500 bunnies


Sennschür: Bubikon, Zürcher Oberland

Sennschür: Bubikon, Zürcher Oberland

Kämmoos: Golfplatz Bubikon

Kämmoos: Golfplatz Bubikon

In August 1991 the Rabbit Museum in Bubikon was opened as a one-of-its-kind museum in Switzerland. It is believed to be the only one in Europe. The museum exclusively hosts a private collection consisting of objects in rabbit shape and rabbit design. The collection is not exhaustive and is continually being added to.

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Here you can even see tin hares playing the drums and bicycle-riding cuddly bunnies made of wool, material or plush. This private collection features rabbits from all around the world. Items range from the contemporary to rarities from earlier centuries. It is, however, not a natural museum, and there are no stuffed rabbits here.

Admission for adults is CHF 7.- and for children (6 to 16 years) CHF 5.-. There is free entry for children under 6 years if accompanied by a parent.


Opening times: Each last Sunday of the month and on Easter Monday from 1 pm – 6 pm and each last Wednesday in the month from 2 pm – 5 pm. The museum is closed in December.

Special guided tours may be arranged on request for groups, clubs and schools.

For further information about Switzerland’s only rabbit museum visit: hasenmuseum.ch

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