A number of datasets containing microlensing events have been made publicly accessible, including the following, summarized in Poleski and Yee (2018)
The NASA Exoplanet Archive actively encourages authors to share lightcurve data for published microlensing events: NASA Exoplanet Archive
UKIRT surveyed 18×106 stars in the Galactic Bulge (including microlensing events) in 2015 and 2016, and aperture photometry light curves have been released for the entire catalog Shvartzvald et al.(2018)
The VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea Survey in near infra-red passbands publicly released (Minniti et al. 2010) aperture photometry lightcurve data for all sources between 2010 and 2015.
Minniti et al.(2010)
Time-series imaging data from the Spitzer Microlensing Program (2014--) and from K2/Campaign 9 (Henderson et al. 2016) are available from the NASA archives below.
K2 data in MAST
OGLE-II catalog of 2 × 105 variable sources in the Galactic Plane were published by Wozniak et al.(2002)
and can be explored through the online archive:
OGLE Data Archive
214 OGLE-II/III lightcurves were published in Udalski et al.(2000)
3718 OGLE-III lightcurves were published by Wyrzykowski et al.(2015)
The lightcurves of 474 microlensing events were published by Sumi et al.(2013)
The lightcurves of 564 microlensing events from the MACHO Bulge survey were published in Thomas et al.(2005)
The set of simulated Roman lightcurves produced by Matthew Penny for the 2018 data challenge dataset can be download from here.
An extensive set of simulated lightcurves with a cadence matching that of the Rubin Observatory's Legacy Survey of Space and Time were produced for the PLAsTiCC PLAsTiCC data challenge and are available for download.