Welcome new_obsession! We're happy to have you here. The person or place that you got the bunnies from - do you know if they handled the bunnies much?
I'm just wondering if it's that or if it's just the fact they are in a new place. Tallullu gave some great advice which is especially helpful since she had a very similar experience. It can be scary for them, and if you JUST got them, meaning only a few days with you, just let them stay in one place for a little bit - let them be able to feel safe in a smaller place first that they can find comfort in, and then let them out, but at their own pace.
When they approach you, don't try to touch them at first, offer treats, let them sniff you, talk to them, hang out by them when they are in their area, but just have a book, magazine or whatever to distract. "Ignoring" is a form of bonding. It signals to them that you are not going to harm them. This is how rabbits signal to each other that they are not wanting to fight.
It's like saying "I'm not giving you the evil eye, look here, a piece of interesting lint on the floor is more interesting than you, see I don't want you to think I want anything from you, or want to fight, oooh, look I have that lint now on my nose, I need to groom myself, still ignoring you, see...I mean no harm"
So by ignoring them at first, you are offering a peace sign. They will begin to check you out.. But just give it time and not too much freedom yet (plus that is better for litter training purposes as well)
Keep us updated. Patience is key, it can take days, and weeks for them to come around.
P.S. IF, and only IF, you don't plan on breeding them, just know that a female can actually get pregant by a male as early as 3 months. And even if you do plan on breeding them, that really is too young for her. So just be very careful. You will need to separate them soon, Discussion of intentional breeding is not allowed on this site so I know I am sort of breaking our own rules here, but it is only to inform you that this could happen JUST in case you didn't know. : )