About Cal Poly Pomona

Nearby Attractions

On Campus

Located on 40 acres at Cal Poly Pomona,  AGRIscapes showcases farming and urban landscaping practices that are environmentally beneficial, economically viable, and technologically sound.

Rainbird BioTrek 
Rain Bird BioTrek is an educational enterprise of the Biological Sciences Department, featuring a tropical rainforest, greenhouses, gardens and labs.

John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies 
The John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies  is an interdisciplinary demonstration and research center focused on regenerative and sustainable systems.

W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Library  
The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Library is located inside the first floor of the University Library. It is one of the world’s largest public collections of Arabian horse materials.  

Kellogg House Pomona 
Before it became Kellogg House Pomona, the mansion was once W.K. Kellogg's West Coast home. The 8,777–square-foot house was designed by renowned architect Myron Hunt, whose projects included the Pasadena Rose Bowl and the Huntington Library. Charles Gibbs Adams, a distinguished landscape architect who worked on the Hearst Castle gardens in San Simeon, designed the lush and colorful surroundings.

Theater Mainstage 
Visit the theatre department's homepage for information on current and upcoming shows.

Music Peformances 
Vist the music department's homepage for information on current and upcoming performances.

Rose Float
Since 1949, the Cal Poly Universities in Pomona and San Luis Obispo, have worked together to select the design, build and decorate a float for the Rose Parade. “A New Leaf” won the Founders’ Trophy in the 2017 Rose Parade. The team has earned 57 awards at the parade. Visit the Rose Float homepage for information on current and past floats.

University Library
The University Library is a place where discovery, creativity and collaboration are constantly taking place. Check out the library calendar to see upcoming events.

W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center
The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center promotes interest in the Arabian breed, demonstrates the horse’s versatility, beauty and intelligence, and also offers valuable experiences for students. The center hosts the Sunday Arabian Horse Shows, the oldest tradition on campus, on the first Sunday of the month from October through May.

W. Keith & Janet Kellogg Art Gallery and the Huntley Gallery
The two galleries offer diverse and multicultural exhibits. Please visit the art gallery's homepage for information on current and up-and-coming shows and when the gallery is open.


This is Southern California, so there are many things to see and do, including sporting events, concerts and amusement parks.

Here’s just a sampling of nearby attractions: