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Life is expensive but having fun does not have to be costly.

Here is a list of Find Fullerton Free Things To Do and Almost Free Things To Do:


The Fullerton Arboretum is free but a $5.00 donation is suggested. Please note that donations help maintain the arboretum.

The parking at the Fullerton Arboretum is free.

First Friday Art Walk in Historic Downtown Fullerton is a program developed and promoted by the Downtown Art Community.

The Downtown Art Walk consists of many independent venues, serving as galleries that feature local, original work.

The Art Walk brings people to the cultural center of the city and highlights local artists.


You can also enjoy the Open Mic, during the Art Walk.

You can obtain a map of the Art Walk venues at any of the downtown locations.


You can bring a family of four to an exciting Cal State Fullerton Titans baseball game for under $50.00.

You can purchase 9 games of your choice during the 2019 Titan Baseball Season for $99.00.

You can bring guests to a game if you like or go solo. The nine Cal State Fullerton Titans game tickets are mix and match.

Here is the link to purchase the tickets, Titans 9 game tickets.

Costco is also known as Disneyland for the adult.

Have you been curious to find out what is inside of this national superstore?

Yes, you can explore the massive aisles of Costco for free!

Costco will allow you to purchase prescriptions and alcohol without a Costco membership card.

The Fullerton Costco also provides free hearing and free eye tests.

While you are venturing through the store you can munch on one of the many free samples.



The Costco Fullerton Food Court is a fabulous place to find a delicious meal for a couple of dollars.

If you have two dollars in your pocket then you might want to purchase a yummy 100%  beef hot dog and a 12 -ounce fountain drink of your choice.

If you enjoy Sauerkraut on your hot dog then ask the food cour cashier.

The Costco food court offers Sauerkraut but you have to ask the cashier.

Costco Fullerton hours can be found on the Fullerton Costco webpage. 

The Costco Fullerton Address 

900 S Harbor Blvd, Fullerton 92832

Costco Phone Number: 714-738-7521

Day of Music Fullerton is a unique festival of 150+ FREE concerts in in over 40 venues throughout the city of Fullerton, California, on June 21st, during the Summer Solstice.

DoMF takes place simultaneously with similar festivities, currently in more than 700 cities globally in alliance with the internationally renowned Fête de la Musique — the music festival heard around the world!

Fullerton Downtown Market 

The 2019 Fullerton Downtown Market 2019 season runs from April 4th through October 24th.

Fullerton Downtown Market Location

You can find the Fullerton Downtown Plaza on Wilshire Avenue, between Harbor Boulevard and Pomona Avenue, adjacent to the Fullerton Museum Center.

Downtown Fullerton Market Parking

Parking is also free in any of the downtown lots and structures at Wilshire, Lemon Street, and Chapman Avenue.

The Fullerton Downton Market is free to attend.

The free Fullerton events begin at 4 PM and last until 8:30 PM.

There is free musical entertainment from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. each night.

The band lineup for the duration of the downtown Fullerton festival includes genres ranging from blues, rockabilly, classical, reggae and soul.

Carouse the Fullerton’s Farmer’s Market and you can enjoy the samples the vendors offer.

Many of the vendors are local to Fullerton, which gives businesses the opportunity to branch out and give locals a taste of what they are selling.

The Fullerton Market is the place to go to if you want to see fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, handcrafted artisan products, live music, and entertainment.

An outdoor Beer and Wine Garden is featured in The Fullerton Downtown Market.

Other market features include crafts and activities at the Kids' Korner, food vendors such as fresh hummus and pita chips, as well as a variety of on-site hot food vendors.

We have scoured the Internet and found the following tips:

  • If you have a Fullerton Museum beer mug you are able to get $2.50 beer refills at the Back Alley
  • There is a terrific kids playground
  • Strolling Downtown Fullerton Market makes a fabulous free or inexpensive date
  • The downtown market is pet-friendly

Fullerton Museum Center

The Fullerton Museum Center is also available to tour for those who want to see the award-winning exhibits.

This is all included with no admission fee.

YouTube Overview Fullerton Downtown Market

Here is a web link that provides you with a quick overview of Thursday night at the Farmer's Market.

The City of Fullerton will be celebrating the 28th anniversary of the annual “First Night Fullerton” on Monday, December 31, 2019, from 7:00 p.m. to 12 midnight.

Fullerton's First Night Fullerton is a popular family-oriented, alcohol-free event that takes place in Downtown Fullerton.

The First Night of Fullerton is free to the public and has an estimated attendance of over 15,000 guests every year.

Do you want to explore the Fullerton museum and discover all it has to offer for free?

You can enter the Fullerton Museum for free the first Friday each month between the hours of 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM.


All ages can enjoy the Fullerton Train Museum.

On the first and third Saturday of each month between the hours of 9:00 AM and noon you can receive free admission to the Fullerton Train Museum.


Lake Laguna is the free solution if you are looking for a fabulous place to relax, and plenty of rustic picnic tables.
You can spend time at Fullerton's Lake Laguna watching a wide variety of wildlife or you can strengthen your legs on the quaint lake walking paths.
It is fun to watch fishermen reel in their catches. There is plenty of fish in Lake Laguna.
It is easy to forget your in the city when you emerge yourself in Lake Laguna’s environment.
A fishing license at Lake Laguna can be purchased for a small fee.
Adults and their children can register with The Home Depot to learn new skills or hone up on their talents.
Children are able to keep their craft, receive a certificate of completion and bring home a Home Depot apron.
You can find out more about The Home Depot program at,

Are your children looking for some water play during warm summer days?

Lemon Park offers your children a free opportunity to hop, jump through the colorful water sprinklers.