Old Town’s modern art museum offers free admission on Thursdays from 10am to 8pm. It’s also free after 5pm on Friday and Saturday.
17. Dia de los Muertos at the Mesa Arts Center
Celebrate the Day of the Dead at the Mesa Arts Center in October. Parking and admission are free for you to enjoy the colorful outfits and free music (food and crafts will cost you, though).
Audubon Arizona’s Birds 'n Beer event, where your learn about ornithology while drinking Four Peaks suds, happens on the third Thursday of each month and it’s completely free.
Arizona State’s Art Museum is free to everyone to view works by both students and internationally renowned creators.
You can see the Arizona Science Center and more than a dozen additional cultural sites around Phoenix for free with a Culture Pass.
This 47-acre Sonoran Desert preserve is home to the most Native American petroglyphs in The Valley and it’s free every third Saturday through September.
Thousands of zombie makeup-clad (we hope) Phoenicians descend upon the streets of downtown for a 1.5-mile walk every October. It’s one of the biggest zombie gatherings in the world and it’s open to all.