Rabbits are just as demanding as any other pet, they need proper socialization and nutrition. They are also a 10+ year commitment. Most rabbits also do not like to be handle and held for long periods of time, so keep that in mind when you purchase this for a child, rabbits prefer to be on the ground and played with that way.
Rabbits need plenty of play room while they are indoors, as you can see to the right those are some awesome cages to keep them in while their owners are away or asleep. Your standred rabbit cage you can get from "Petco" will not do, they do provided the rabbits with plenty of running room. Even with these cages they will still need time outside of their cage daily.
If you decide that you want your little cuddly creature to be free roam, simply bunny proofing your room is all you will need. Make sure all the furniture isnt going to make your bunny sick, if they decide to chew on it. And making sure all wires and anything electric is covered up.
Rabbits CAN be littered train like cats can be, we at Hideaway Rabbitry train a majority of our rabbits when they are with us, besides the 8 week old rabbits (since they are to young to start them on that) . You simply get a litter pan, one with an open lid, and you set their hay on one side. They will eat and go to the bathroom at the same time. Paper bedding or "yesterday day news" is a good litter pan bedding, since they will more than likely chew on the bedding its safe on the stomach. The paper bedding is also good for people with allergies as it has less dust then compared to other bedding options.
Rabbits can be Spayed and Neutered, which is what we recommend around 6 months. Male rabbits spray like a male tom cat does and the only way to stop that is by Neutering them.Spaying and Neutering rabbits also helps with litter training them.
(https://rabbit.org/faq-spaying-and-neutering/) Here is a Link to talk about it more in depth.
Rabbits can get bored just as much as a dog or a cat can. They need wood chew toys and cardboard toys to keep themselves interested. Anything made with glue or looks like its not 100% natural, I wouldn't recommend getting simply because their stomach can not digest it. Those three pictures are great examples of good rabbit toys, if you click on the photo it'll give you the link to Amazon. Used Paper towel rolls, Old phone books, all of these are at home items that can be used as toys as well.
Rabbits can have very sensitive stomachs and so they need the same food and hay, You can change it over but you need to intro grade it slowly into their old food. They need Timothy Hay at all times, we get our hay from a local farmer but Small pet Select and Oxbow hay is great brands as well.
On the Topic of senestive stomachs, I recommended an all natural diet for rabbits, which mean no treats from the store they only get fruits and veggies. Here is a link to what wood, fruits, and veggies are safe for your new addition.