The Official Chinatown Walking Tour

    $37.00
    /person normally
Chinatown in Manhattan.
Chinatown in Manhattan.
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What you'll do

This guided stroll around Manhattan’s lively Chinatown takes in a towering golden Buddha, a Taoist temple, Confucius Plaza and more.

Go on The Official Chinatown Walking Tour with The New York Pass®

  • Pay nothing on the day – simply show your pass.
  • You’ll visit the Five Points neighborhood, immortalized in Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York movie.
  • The headquarters of the ‘Mayor of Chinatown’ is also on the itinerary, as are Doyers Street and Kimlau Square.
  • This 90-minute tour showcases the best of Chinatown!

Discover the sounds, smells and sights of Chinatown on this info-packed walking tour of some of its most famous landmarks.

Your expert guide will take you on a journey through Chinatown, weaving a path through its colorful narrow streets and regaling you with fascinating tales of the neighborhood’s rich and diverse history.

The Official Chinatown Walking Tour highlights

Mahayana Buddhist Temple 

New York’s biggest Buddhist Temple, located at the foot of Manhattan Bridge, is also home to New York’s tallest Buddha statue, a 16-foot giant seated on a lotus leaf who presides over the serene temple surroundings.

Doyers Street

Now a colorful thoroughfare packed with cafes, restaurants and gift shops, Doyers Street has a violent past. The bend in the street is known as Bloody Angle because of the number of murders committed here by Chinatown’s Tong gangs between the mid-19th and early 20th centuries.

Five Points

Five Points was immortalized in Martin Scorsese’s 2002 movie Gangs of New York. Take a walk through the neighborhood and hear about how it transformed from a slum entrenched in gang warfare to the cosmopolitan area it is today.

Confucius Plaza 

Visit one of Chinatown’s most iconic landmarks: a 15-foot bronze statue of Chinese philosopher Confucius by sculptor Liu Shih. A Confucian proverb is inscribed into the statue’s base.

Chinatown Consolidated Benevolent Association 

The grand finale of the tour is a visit to the CCBA, established in 1883 to represent Chinese Americans living in New York. The CCBA’s president is known informally as the Mayor of Chinatown.

Know before you go

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Booking required

This attraction requires advanced booking.

Getting in: simply show your pass at the Chinatown Little Italy Information Kiosk located at Baxter Street and Canal Street.

For more information, visit the Official Chinatown Walking Tour website.

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Where you'll be

Operating hours

Monday – Friday: 11:30AM

Duration: 90 minutes

Tour times are subject to change. Please check the official website for the most up-to-date hours and availability.

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