Mesa Arts Center
The Mesa Arts Center is the largest institution in Arizona, with a 210,000-square-meter space including 4 performance theatres, 14 art studios, and 5 art galleries.
Usery Mountain Regional Park
The 3,648-acre Usery Mountain Regional Park offers a range of recreational pursuits, including horseback riding, camping, hiking, and picnics.
Commemorative Air Force Museum
The Commemorative Air Force Museum showcases handpicked World War II memorabilia, combat aircraft from the United States and abroad, and more.
Arizona Museum of Natural History
A museum showcasing the natural history and cultural heritage of the American Southwest. Approximately 58,000 items are kept at the museum.
Hohokam Stadium, a 12,500-seat baseball stadium in Mesa, is situated on North Center Street. The Dwight W. Patterson Field is an additional name for it.
Rose Garden at Mesa Community College
Visitors and residents alike enjoy visiting the nearly 9,000 lovely rose plants in the Mesa Community College Rose Garden.
The 125-acre complex is home to more than 1,400 animals, including cougars, bobcats, and other species.
Desert Belle Cruises
With four different trips available, the Desert Belle has been offering some of the greatest water experiences in the country since it opened in 1964.
Mesa Market Place Swap Meet
A regular place that both residents and visitors like coming on weekends. This market sells a variety of goods, including food, accessories, and even apparel.
The Riverview Park, a premier leisure location, offers some of the city's most thrilling recreational pursuits, including climbing, fishing, and more.