Chicago's Chinatown Walking Tour: Explore a Historic Community
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The last date listed for Chicago's Chinatown Tour was Sunday April 27, 2014 / Noon.
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This is a wonderful tour! You get to learn about the history of this fascinating community and it's people while seeing a little bit of how they live today. There are plenty of restuarants, nice shops, and a great bakery! The park is wonderful and...continued
Chicago’s Chinatown is located in the Armour Square community – also the home of the White Sox! The Chinese population moved to this area in the early 1900s. In the 1980s the Chinatown area was increased with the purchase of the land that now includes a two-level mall, townhouses and condominiums. The Chinatown community continues to grow and thrive. The area has a wide variety of restaurants, gift shops, grocery stores, Chinese medicine stores and cultural spots.
What you’ll see:
Chinatown Square and the 12 Bronze Chinese Zodiac Statues
The Chinatown Gate
Pui Tak Center Building
The Nine Dragon Wall
Ping Tom Memorial Park
Chinese American Veteran’s Memorial
St. Therese Church
The tour covers approximately 2 miles of walking at a leisurely pace over the course of 2-2.5 hours, and ends in Chinatown Square.
There may be opportunities to purchase snacks along the way, which are not included in the price of the tour.
Please dress appropriately for the weather.
Please note that tour guide gratuity is not included in the tour price, so if you enjoy your tour, tips are very much appreciated.