- The list below includes 158 free or cheap things to do in or near Chandler, Arizona, including 72 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Trampoline Parks, Specialty Museums and Recreation Centers.
- From Tumbleweed Park to Shawnee Bark Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Chandler and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix and Gilbert.
44% 27 votes
1663 E. Baseline Road, Gilbert, AZ 85233 MoreLess Info
Mother Nature's Farm Pumpkin Patch started out just selling pumpkins but now offers attractions like the air bounce, hayride, straw bounce, maze and petting zoo. They also have park food like cotton candy and hot dogs.
The Freestone District Park provides tennis courts, a football field, soccer fields, and batting cages for team athletic events. The location also features picnic areas and trails, providing scenic views of duck and geese swimming.
A 16 screen movie theater, Harkins Theatre features an array of first-run movies, as well as traditional concessions and refreshments. They also feature an IMAX theater, as well as rocking chair seating and adjustable arm rests.
Featuring two lakes, Freestone Park is situated on 88 acres and offers facilities for volleyball, basketball, tennis and softball. The park can be used for fishing and picnics and provides children's play areas, multi-use trails and a skate park.
88% 50 votes
San Tan Mall, 2298 E Williams Field Road, Gilbert, AZ 85295 MoreLess Info
The Harkins SanTan Village 16 Theaters is a movie theater that provides visitors access to a wide range of different films that are available. Amenities at the theater include fully digital projection, stadium seating, and self-serve ticket kiosks.
Featuring two lakes, Discovery District Park can be used for fishing and is home to wildlife such as ducks. It features trails throughout the park, a play area, ramadas and sports fields for soccer, football, volleyball and basketball.
98% 51 votes
1833 West Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202 MoreLess Info
Since its beginning in 1974, the Rose Garden at Mesa Community College has grown to include over 9,000 rose bushes. Visitors can explore the gardens on their own by calling pre-recorded messages to tell them about the roses or take a guided tour.