By Tevin Voong
There is a lot more to Cal Poly Pomona than that big, pointy building. That building is called the Classroom, Laboratory and Administration building, or CLA, if you did not know.
One of those attractions is the Rose Garden. It is rare to find so many planted flowers together without having to drive to a flower field in the middle of nowhere.
Luckily, you don’t have to look far because the school prides itself with a beautiful rose garden with a white gazebo at the center.
The Rose Garden is tended to year-round and the rose garden reaches its peak around the spring and summer times. It becomes a popular location for students to relax and hang out. During peak blooming times, it’s also a popular location for photoshoots.
Whether you are taking pictures for someone’s graduation shoot or just trying to get something nice for your Instagram, the Rose Garden is a great place to go.
Another interesting point on campus is the W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center. The horse center was established in 1925 by Will Keith Kellogg and currently houses many Arabian horses.
A lot of the horses are in the stables, while others are roaming around the fields at various times throughout the day. Students and faculty can also be seen tending to the horses, which is a sight to see.
Many of these attractions are exclusive to CPP, so sometimes you just have to stop and smell the roses, literally and figuratively.
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The gazebo located at the CPP rose garden
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