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Established: 2004 Reservations/Appointments: Optional Staff Size: 11?25 people Pro Tip: Visit our rotating exhibits and ceramic studio, get private tours, visit our museum store, and take a class Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Rotating exhibits and ceramic studio Recommended Age Group: All Ages Q&A with the PR And Marketing Staff Apart from your business's main attraction, do you offer any "hidden" services or activities that visitors are always delighted to learn about? [We have the] largest collection of German Mettlach Ware (1850?1915), including plates and steins on permanent display [with] over 3,000 pieces in our collection. Also, our building was previously a bank so there are hidden vaults displaying smaller ceramic exhibits. We have all-ages classes in our ceramic studio and kiln-firing services available. AMOCA also has a growing library of books and periodicals dedicated entirely to ceramics.
399 N Garey Ave
Pomona,
CA
US
For more than 15 years, Marshall Canyon Equestrian Center has welcomed horse enthusiasts for riding lessons and gallops across its sylvan expanse. Guided trail rides require no previous horseback experience, leading as many as 10 riders to witness area wildlife, rumble past clear babbling streams, and admire flowers left by spurned centaur lovers. The center?s instructor, Donna, leads lessons in the riding disciplines of Western and English, specializing in teaching new riders proper horsemanship essentials in the well-lit arena. Marshall Canyon also boards horses in fully covered 16?x16? stalls, where they enjoy daily cleaning and healthy portions of alfalfa.
7000 Esperanza Dr.
La Verne,
CA
US
In 1927, rancher and conservationist Bixby Bryan set aside 200 acres of her family's ranch to showcase California plants sprouting from their native terrain. Eighty years later, wild lilacs and manzanitas thrive on Indian Hill Mesa, and the fertile land's northern 55 acres nourish spring-blooming flannel bushes and joshua trees. The garden strives to showcase native cultures as well, collaborating with members of the Tongva tribe to construct Tongva village. Skilled horticulturists empower visitors to use native plants in their own home gardens and get-rich-quick beanstalk schemes, with informative displays and frequent community education programs.
1500 N College Ave
Claremont,
CA
US
In 1938, Kurt and Max Laemmle, the nephews of Universal Pictures founder Carl Laemmle, opened their very own movie house dedicated to Hollywood and foreign pictures alike. Though it's since grown to encompass seven locations, Laemmle Theaters is still a family-run business that remains dedicated to its original mission. A mix of blockbuster and art-house flicks are projected digitally into auditoriums with stadium seating, and share showtimes with special events such as premieres and one-night screenings. To spotlight smaller films, the Sneak Preview Club features upcoming movies for free, an easier way to see new releases than changing your name to Steven Spielberg. Complement each cinematic voyage with one of Laemmle Theaters' classic concessions, such as popcorn drenched in real butter.
450 W 2nd St
Claremont,
CA
US
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