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Interactive Campus Map
Our campus includes a nationally accredited museum of paleontology, large dining hall, theater, library, science and media labs, athletic fields, an aquatics center, dorms, and more.
If you are arriving by car, please see directions to campus.
Webb is served by the following airports:
Ontario International Airport (ONT) – 12.5 miles
Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR)– 38.5 miles
John Wayne International Airport (SNA) – 40 miles
Long Beach Airport (LGB) – 40.5 miles
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) – 50 miles
From the Admission Team
Bardot, located in the middle of the Claremont Village, is the perfect place to sit on the patio and enjoy the California sunshine! I love the wide selection of menu choices, including incredible salads, small plates, pastas, seafood entrees, and steaks. A few of my favorites—you must try the duck tacos, the pork chop, and scallops! It’s a fun and relaxing dining experience. After your meal, you can visit the many boutique shops around the restaurant or take a quick stroll through the Claremont College campuses, only a few blocks away!
Housed in the iconic Claremont Packing House, Gus’s is a tribute to Southern life, where family, tradition, and celebration are of the utmost importance. A menu filled with traditional Southern cooking, you can find me there for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. And you have to try the cast iron cornbread or the deviled eggs!
I love sitting outside on the patio year-round, either snacking on appetizers like corn dog pops or glazed brussel sprouts, or choosing from main dishes that range from a chopped protein salad to a really big burger with a fried egg and bacon on top. Their menu is great for kids or adults, whether looking for a healthier option or something a little more indulgent, making it a great place to go with friends or the whole family. The atmosphere is casual and lively.
A Claremont institution, Some Crust Bakery has been providing its patrons with coffee, sandwiches, and the best baked goods in the Inland Empire for over 100 years! The delectable treats and café-style outdoor seating make this cozy eatery a great place to visit any time of day! Try the pumpkin muffins and super-chocolatey mocha cookies. Looking for something even more decadent? Look no further than the raspberry dark chocolate croissants!
Aruffo’s Italian Cuisine is an Admission Team favorite! I recommend their bruschetta made with house made ricotta, slow-roasted tomatoes and fresh basil, and their lobster ravioli. The atmosphere borders on the more elegant side, but you can come dressed as you are. Make sure to save room for dessert, whether you choose the chocolate crème brûlée, tiramisu, or gelato. And if you really want to splurge, take a look at their espresso selections, topped with chocolate sauce, whip cream, or both!
Whenever I get a craving for homemade ice cream, I always visit Bert and Rocky’s Ice Cream Co.! I like to enjoy my scoop of chocolate chip ice cream while wandering around the beautiful Claremont Village.