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Greater Phoenix activities that are absolutely free

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Having fun in Phoenix, AZ doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. All you need is good company and some knowledge of local attractions.

If you’re not sure where to go this weekend, check out these popular and free destinations in the area:

Visit the Phoenix Art Museum

The city’s premier museum houses the largest collection of classic and contemporary art in the Southwest. Even better, it’s free to the public every Wednesday, the first Friday, and the second Sunday of the month. If you need a little inspiration, this attraction can light your creative fire.

Explore the Apache Trail

One of the perks of living in Phoenix, AZ is the proximity to nature. One of the most popular outdoor attractions is the Apache Trail, which runs right through the desert landscape. Here you can see stunning vistas, a plethora of desert plants, and towering rock formations.

Watch a free concert

Looking for a little night of music? Then watch one of the free outdoor concerts in the West Valley during summer. During fall and winter, students of Glendale Community College also hold musical performances for free. Last but not least, the Chandler Symphony Orchestra also puts on free shows throughout the year.

Visit Heritage Square

Heritage Square is part of the Heritage & Science Park that features beautiful Victorian homes from the city’s first settlement. Indeed, a visit here is like taking an interactive history lesson. There are also many free events and performances held here so there’s always a reason to come back.

Of course, this list barely scratches the many affordable but fun things you can do in Phoenix, AZ. If you’re interested in moving here, don’t hesitate to call Scott Semer 1.480.353.0299 or send an email to scott(at)scottsemerrealestate(dotted)com. With deep knowledge of the local market, you can find your dream home in no time.