Though a chartered yacht is a comfortable way to tour the seas, it can only navigate city streets with the help of hundreds of unhappy pack goats. Tour Chicago in terra firma style and comfort with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for the Discover Chinatown walking tour for two (a $20 value)
- $19 for the Discover Chinatown walking tour for four (a $40 value)
Ninety-minute walking tours are available Friday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. between May 25 and September 2. Tours will run on Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Labor Day, but not July 15. Participants meet in front of the New Three Happiness Restaurant, and must register in advance. Tour takers will walk around five blocks, exploring landmarks such as The Nine Dragon Wall, the St. Therese Chinese Catholic Church, the former On Leong Building, also known as "Chinatown City Hall", the Buddhist temple, Chinatown Square Zodiacs, Ping Tom Memorial Park and various gift stores and bakeries.
Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute
Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute was created with a mission in mind: to conduct programs and events that promote Chinese language and culture, and to facilitate relationships between Chinese and American cultures. Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute offers corporate services such as cross-cultural and language training, helping bridge any gaps between employees who might travel between countries or consider dipping hands in a vat of honey before sealing a business deal. Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute also hosts various tours: walking tours guide explorers through Chinatown, exploring architectural fixtures and businesses of the area, whereas food tours entreat guests to visit several restaurants and shops, sampling appetizers, entrees, and teas.
“Great tour Take the water taxi downtown.”
“90 minute walking tour highlights zodiac plaza, a monument, the arch, houses of worship (you go into a Buddhist temple & view outside of a Catholic church) and a new...”
“90 minute walking tour highlights zodiac plaza, a monument, the arch, houses of worship (you go into a Buddhist temple & view outside of a Catholic church) and a new park which is where the Water Taxi docks. If coming on public trans, take the red line to the tour, then leave on the water taxi (tour ends right there) unless you want to stay in Chinatown for lunch and/or shopping (a good option too).”
“It's a very interesting tour and definitely worth your time. ”
2130 S. Wentworth Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60616