- Explore one of America’s oldest Chinese settlements
- Learn the best places to shop and eat in Chinatown
Chinese settlers first arrived in Chicago in the second half of the 19th century, looking to escape persecution in California. Chicago’s present-day Chinatown actually dates to around 1915, and while not the biggest in the country it’s certainly one of the oldest. This is a vibrant, colourful area full of interesting shops and enticing restaurants, but how do you find out where’s best to go? Easy - by taking this guided Chicago Chinatown walking tour!
Accompanied by a local guide you’ll be exploring the whole Chinatown area, learning about its heritage, stopping by various important cultural landmarks such as the Chinatown Mural, the Chinatown Square, and Ping Tom Memorial Park. Plus, with this entertaining Chicago gift experience you’ll also discover where to get the best dumplings, which are the best Chinese bakeries, who makes the best Fortune cookies, and all about the ancient practise of tea-drinking in China. Unmissable for anyone , resident or visitor, that appreciates Chinese culture and food.