January 18 is author A.A. Milne’s birthday and in honor of that, it’s been designated Winnie the Pooh Day. We put together this list of Pooh-inspired fun to help you celebrate the famous, honey-loving bear and all his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood, right here in Los Angeles.

A Museum Fit for a Rabbit

The Hundred Acre Wood just wouldn’t be the same without Pooh’s no-nonsense neighbor, Rabbit. Celebrate floppy ears and twitching whiskers at The Bunny Museum. From display cases brimming with stuffed animals, to the real live variety, the museum is a private home that is an homage to all things bunny. Make sure to bring along a few carrots to feed the live rabbits.

Note: This museum is currently housed in a private home, which makes some people a bit uncomfortable. If wandering through a home someone is living in isn't your cup of tea (pot of honey?) postpone your visit until March, when it moves to to a bigger space that's a dedicated museum.

The Bunny Museum
1933 Jefferson Dr.
Online: thebunnymuseum.com

photo: Rich G. via Yelp

How will you celebrate everyone’s favorite honey-loving bear? Share your own Winnie the Pooh Day activities in the comments!

—Shahrzad Warkentin