Duration:3 hours total
Languages:Offered in English
Availability for this experience is extremely rare.
About your host
About Lois: I was born in S.F. and grew up in Chinatown on Grant Ave. I worked my entire life as a "public servant" and now I want to share my stories with you! Find out more when you walk the alleyways with me, and trace the path of landmark cases that originated right here! About Eugenia: Born and raised in S.F.’s Chinatown, I return often to conduct tours explaining the history and culture of…
About Chinese Culture Center
The mission of the Chinese Culture Center is to elevate the underserved and give voice to equality through education and art. CCC manages two art galleries, produces three annual music festivals, and educates thousands of young people and adults about the development of America’s multicultural democracy through the lens of the Chinese community’s history and culture.
This is a social impact experience where 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to Chinese Culture Center. .
What we’ll do
Come hike Chinatown’s hills and back alleys to the oldest Taoist temple in America, an herbal pharmacy, the oldest continuously functioning civil rights organizations in the country, and the last handmade fortune cookie factory in the world! We will relive the inspiring tales of Chinese immigrants who came to America in search of opportunity and persevered through hardship and injustice to help…
What else you should know
Your fee covers your dimsum lunch, but bring extra cash for fortune cookie purchases, snacks, and souvenirs! Additional tips for guide is not required, but highly appreciated!
What to bring
Extra Cash for Souvenirs
history walksocial impact
$95 per person
$95 per person