Pomona is named after the Roman fruit goddess and as such, is blessed with fertile soil and growing seasons abundant with fruit and flowers. The city is located in the beautiful Pomona Valley and has a population of about 149,000 year round residents.
Art, being an important part of Pomona’s culture, is prevalent throughout the city. Visitors can experience Pomona's art by taking a trip to the American Museum of Ceramic Art, a large museum filled with unique ceramic pieces, or to 57 Underground which is a 6,000-foot long art gallery. The Rail Giants Train Museum is an iconic railroad museum that takes visitors back to the start of the American railroad by way of exhibits, displays, and authentic locomotives. To soak in some of the California sunshine, travelers can enjoy a game of golf at the Mountain Meadow Golf Course, spend the day at Phillips Ranch Park, go surfing, go for a walk, play beach volleyball at Huntington Beach, or visit Ganesha Park Pool for swimming, basketball, picnics, and sightseeing. Pomona is great for shopping, as it’s home to the Pomona Farmer’s Market and Rio Rancho Mall.
There are numerous great places to stay around Pomona. For ultimate convenience many of the vacation rentals available are located near the popular point of interests, however, some are located on the edges of the city and cater to those wanting privacy and the serenity of their own space. The houses range in size and style, as well as in amenities, although all of the homes have updated appliances and a certain charm about them.
The best time to visit Pomona is from May to October. Southern California weather is exceptional during these months.
The annual Chalk Art Festival hosts budding professional artists all around Pomona showcasing their talents adorning the city sidewalks with colorful chalk drawings. The Chinese Lantern Festival is another popular event in Pomona, featuring hundreds of brightly colored Chinese lanterns, food vendors, live kung-fu and martial arts shows, and beer tastings. Other exciting events include the likes of the Quilt Craft and Sewing Festival, the Great Train Show, the Body Art Expo, and the Smoke and Fire Fest.
To add a bit of intrigue to your vacation, families are more than welcome to take a trip to the Southern California Medical Museum where wartime medical instruments, antique pill and salve bottles, surgery kits, a medical library, medical photographs and artwork, powders and medicines, and a life-size diorama of an old dentist and doctor’s office are housed. Get Air Pomona is a family-friendly trampoline center that offers trampoline dodge ball, a foam pit, toddler time, a ninja course and many other fun physical activities.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Pomona. The hottest month in Pomona is April, when temperatures peak at 107 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 33 ˚F. The wettest month in Pomona is January with 2.4 inches of rain, while the driest month is August with 0.02 inches of rain.
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Browse rentals from all the leading providers including Airbnb, Priceline, Agoda and many more at AllTheRooms.com. Pomona has 321 hotels, vacation rentals and other special places to stay, with prices to suit budget travelers, luxury travelers and everything in between. For those wanting to save money, the lowest priced place to stay in Pomona comes in at $15 per night. The average price of a rental is generally $76 per night.
Those looking to get some work finished during their trip to Pomona can choose from 197 places to stay that have WiFi. 28 places to stay include a breakfast. Choose from 10 places to stay that provide gym facilities, so you don't miss a single workout. Driving to Pomona? Then choose one of the 189 places to stay that comes with a parking spot included. 32 places to stay come with a pool or jacuzzi
If you're traveling with a furry friend, then be sure to select one of the 25 pet-friendly accommodations available.
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