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Aratani Japanse Garden

Aratani Japanese Garden

This 1.3-acre garden adjacent to the CLA Building and the W.K. Kellogg Commemorative Rose Garden, flourishes with traditional Asian flora and creates a small slice of peaceful paradise in the midst of campus. The garden features a large reflection pond, a cascading waterfall, bridges, walkways , a small amphitheater, and more.


Bric Climbing Wall

Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC)

The BRIC features a 10-lane lap and leisure pool, five multipurpose fitness studios, a three-court gymnasium, a multi-activity court, two racquetball courts, an indoor jogging track, free wights, cardio fitness areas, and a 53-foot rock-climing wall.


BSC Exterior Stairs

Bronco Student Center (BSC)

This center is the social hub for all things student related, but also includes many services available to faculty and staff.  Located in the BSC, you'll find the Cal Poly Federal Credit Union, the Games Room (includes bowling, pingpong, pool, arcade games and more), the Box Office, where you can purchase discounted tickets for movie theaters, theme parks and many other popular destinations in Southern California, including Disneyland, Universal Studios and the Los Angeles Zoo (located in the Games Room Etc.), the official campus Lost and Found (located in the Games Room Etc.), along with a food court and other amenities. 


Don B. Huntley Gallery

Don B. Huntley Gallery

Located in the University Library, the Don B. Huntley Gallery hosts exhibitions year-round, including shows curated from Cal Poly Pomona's permanent collections, selections from the Don B. Huntley Western Art Collection, contemporary artists, and student and faculty exhibits. 


Farm Store

Farm Store at Kellogg Ranch

Located at AGRIscapes, the Farm Store features an enhanced line of products from the campus farm, orchards, and nursery.


Innovation Village

Innovation Village

This 65-acre research and business park is home to top corporations as well as research and development organizations interested in partnering with the university's staff, faculty and students.  The 52,000 square foot Center for Training, Technology & Incubation (CTTI) allows emerging companies to nurture innovative ideas and projects.  Souther California Edison's transmission and distribution engineering group and power operations employees are located in Innovation Village.  The American Red Cross was the technology park's first anchor tenant.  Innovation Brew Works serves as a learn-by-doing laboratory for students, while offering handmade pizza, sandwiches and beers on tap in the cafe.


Kellogg House Pomona

Kellogg House Pomona

Once the summer home of cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg, this stately house has been restored to its original 1920s grandeur.  Located on campus at the top of Mansion Lane, the home was designed by Myron Hunt, whose work includes the Rose Bowl and the Huntington Library.  This showcase facilitiy contains Kellogg Ranch artifacts, a Wurlitzer pipe organ, period antiques and the Raymond Burr art collection.  The home is used for weddings, tours, retreats and special events.


Kellogg West

Kellogg West Conference Center & Hotel

Kellogg West can provide dynamic meeting spaces for groups of up to 300.  The facility features a 250-seat auditorium and 16 conference rooms.  There are 85 guest rooms and suites.  The resaturant is available for catering and weddings.


Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies

Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies

This 16-acre campus facility, operating since 1994, is committed to a future in which all people live with dignity in safe, healthy, and sustainable environments.  Operating on the basis that this is best achieved through the development of ecological, social and economic systems that regenerate, enabling communities to provide for the future as well as the present, the Lyle Center is administered by the College of Environmental Design and offers a Master of Science in regenerative studies as well as a minor program at the undergraduate level.


Turtle Pond

Rain Bird BioTrek

Dedicated to providing educational experiences that share knowledge, values and behaviors that support biological sustainability, Rain Bird BioTrek is the only facility of its kind at a university.  Rain Bird BioTrek features gardens and four learning centers:   Mesozoic, rainforest, ethnobotany and aquatic.  This facility is dedicated to providing educational experiences that share knowledge, values and behaviors that support biological sustainability.


Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch

Restataurant at Kellogg Ranch

This fine-dining restataurent is operated and managed by students during the school year.  The restaurant embodies Cal Poly Pomona's learn-by-doing tradition and is a central component of the university's hospitatlity management curriculum.


Kellogg Art Gallery

W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery

This Art Gallery showcases exhibitions featuring national and international artists, as well as student and faculty shows, in its 4,500-square-foot facilitiy.  The Kellogg Gallery Sculpture Garden exhibits larg-scale outdoor works featuring local contemporary artists. 


Arabian Horse Center

W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center

This acclaimed center is home to more than 100 world-famous purebred Kellogg Arabian horses from the herd started by W.K. Kellogg on his Pomona ranch in 1925.  The center offers horse shows every first Sunday of the month, from October through May, that are open to the public.  The universithy's Arabian horse breeding program is the oldest continuous and the fifth largest in the U.S., with more than 50 percent of the domestic Arabian bloodstock in the country tracing its lineage to the orignal Kellogg breeding program.


Arabian Horse Library

W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Library

This special unit of the University Library is one of the world's larges public collections of Arabian Horse Material.


Rose Garden

W.K. Kellogg Commemorative Rose Garden

This circular garden retains its original footprint, which was designed in 1926 by Charles Adams of Hearst Castle fame.  The roses in the garden have been replaced a handful of times over the past 80 years, with the most recent rennovation occurring in 2008/09.  Top-producing varieties by Weeks Roses replaced the aging garden of about 400 plants, so that the garden currently includes over 850 bushes.  This garden has a lot of color and fragrance.

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