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The  majority of Chicago’s Chinatown residents are immigrants from Taiwan and mainland China who staunchly maintain their Eastern traditions. Old World Asian architecture begins at the village gate as does English as a second language.

Visitors will stop along bustling Wentworth Avenue to visit quaint shops and authentic markets that sell herbs, tea, and handmade Chinese craftworks. As visitors stroll through Chinatown Square, the delicious aromas coming from over 60 of Chinatown's authentic restaurants will add to the Mandarin and Cantonese ambiance. Just a block or two away is Ping Tom Park with its Chinese gardens and pagoda style shelters that offer visitors a peaceful rest stop. Chicago's Chinatown is no commerical cliché. It is a Chinese immersion experience.


Schedule - All Year

Time - Call or email for available times

Meet - You will meet your guide in front of the Nine Dragon Wall near the intersection of Wentworth and Cermak just west of the Chinatown elevated train station.

Minimum Number - 4 persons

Cost - $35 per person (meeting in Chinatown)
See the FAQ page for policies regarding discounted costs for children under 14.

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