In this post we will tell you “Where does the Easter bunny live”. The one thing most people tend to agree on is that like any rabbit, the Easter Bunny lives in an underground burrow. The location of that burrow, however, is up for debate.
Some say that the burrow is deep underground on Easter Island — which is extremely fitting, name-wise. The Polynesian island was named Easter Island after being discovered by Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen on Easter Sunday in 1722, so it definitely has a longstanding connection to the holiday and would be the perfect spot for Easter’s mascot to take up residence.
But since stories of a bunny bringing eggs and candy to children in the spring originated among German Lutherans in the 1600s, others believe that the rabbit would have a home somewhere in the European country. According to History.com, when Germans immigrated to Pennsylvania in the 1700s they brought their experiences with the Easter Bunny with them, and it soon spread all of the United States.
Whatever the truth may be, the Easter Bunny’s exact address continues to remain a mystery.