You can register for a 60-day vSphere evaluation (https://www.vmware.com/go/evaluate-vsphere-en), and install it as a virtual lab in VMware Workstation.
However, due to the resource requirements, you should at least have 16GB RAM for the vSphere setup. If you also want to run other virtual machines, you will need even more RAM.
vSphere is made for enterprise (server) hardware, where memory is usually not an issue.
If you don't have sufficient resources in your home lab, then the VMware Learning Platform may be an option for you.
Thanks. I can't see HA with pacemaker in Vmware Learning Platform.
To be able to give you an advice, it is necessary that you explain what exactly you are trying to set up/achieve.