You can adopt your own Monorail Bunny and take your Bunny on adventures around your home. Download the PDF, print, cut out, and decorate your Bunny! Link below to download PDF!
Print out your own Monorail Bunny Here! Take photos, share your #MonorailBunnyAtHome, and tag us at @SeattleMonorail! We can’t wait to follow along!
Monorail Bunny and Ollie Otter were accidentally left on the Monorail. We’ve adopted them and they’ve traveled on adventures all over Seattle. They’re currently staying at home to help prevent the spread of germs.
Wahoo! Photo from last summer when Monorail Bunny’s bestie, the Astronaut from the Museum of Flight came to visit! You can check out virtual tours of the Museum of Flight here!
Monorail Bunny’s Adventures
Monorail Bunny's Story
One summer day almost a decade ago, the Seattle Center Monorail conductor saw a little stuffed animal bunny sitting on an empty train seat. While the bunny waited in lost and found, we took him on adventures all over Seattle Center and shared photos of “Monorail Bunny” on social media in hopes that someone would recognize the lost toy. When no one claimed the bunny, we happily adopted him!
Since then, Monorail Bunny has explored all over Seattle and the Pacific Northwest!
A few years later, a passenger left behind a little otter on the Monorail – we were unsuccessful in finding Otter’s owner. Since then, Otter began traveling with Monorail Bunny on trips around Seattle. Soon after, Puff the Penguin joined the group! Now, they’re family – best friends and traveling companions. They love exploring Seattle, but are taking some time off at home to help prevent the spread of germs.
Monorail Bunny at Home
Print, color, and cut out your very own Monorail Bunny
How will you stay positive, active, and entertained during your Staycation with Monorail Bunny?
Share your creative photos on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Please tag @seattlemonorail and use the hashtag #MonorailBunnyAtHome. We can’t wait to see your photos and will share some of our favorites over the next few weeks! All coloring pages designed by Karisma Design
Click any page to download and color!
Monorail Bunny Coloring Pages
Monorail Bunny and pals wanted to share their favorite adventures with you!
Check out what Monorail Bunny is up to!
Monorail Bunny Videos
Monorail Bunny at Home Episode 1
April 10, 2020
Seattle Center Monorail
Monorail Bunny’s at Home Album
Photos submitted by fans and Seattle Monorail Services (SMS) employees!
Seattle Monorail Services (SMS)
Monorail Bunny enjoying dinner!
Bunny and all his friends!
Monorail Bunny enjoying cookie dough from Sugar + Spoon
Bunny enjoying some video games!
Bunny and Ollie Otter exercising
Bunnies enjoying their favorite takeout!
Bunny listening to music
Bunny ready for Battle
Bunny ready for an adventure
Bunny loves the Seahawks
Enjoying some fresh air
Bunny enjoying a walk
Bunnies enjoying the flowers
Owen and Olivia
Three decorated bunnies
Enjoying a book in bed
Playing guitar together
Simpsons Monorail episode
Bunny decorating eggs
Rider Alert: Seattle Center Monorail will be closing early at 6:00pm, Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Seattle Center Monorail will be closed on Thursday, November 26, 2020 for Thanksgiving Day
Seattle Center Monorail is operating with reduced service. If you’d like to learn more about our COVID-19 safety measures. Learn more here.
**If you are completing work near the Seattle Monorail System along 5th Avenue (in close proximity to the trains and guideway), please contact us at least 48 hours ahead of time.**