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Chinatown Discovery Tours

These neighborhood walking tours give you an insider look at our historic and culturally-rich neighborhood. All tours include an all-day pass to our current gallery exhibitions

 

Bruce Lee's Chinatown

Updated for Year 2! (24-hour advanced reservations online required.)

Get to know Bruce better. Retrace his footsteps through the Chinatown-International District, his old stomping ground. His first practice space, his first martial arts studio, and his hangouts - see how he became a part of the local community. Tour includes guided access of the Bruce Lee exhibit, a meal of Bruce Lee's favorite dishes at a neighborhood restaurant*, and entry into all galleries at The Wing.

*Limited food substitutions may be made for severe food allergies and dietary restrictions if booked at least one week in advance. 

Bruce Lee's Chinatown

Duration: 3 hours
Tour times: Tuesday - Saturday: 10:15am
Recommended for: All ages
Prices: Adults: $41.95
Seniors: $35.95
Students (13-18 or with student ID): $25.95
Children (5-12): $25.95
Under 5: Free

Touch of Chinatown

Discover Seattle's Chinatown-International District through the eyes of a local. Smell the fragrance of Chinese herbs, hom bows and roasted duck. Experience the sights while learning about the facts, myths and legends. And learn more about the diverse contributions of Asian cultures to the city and the Pacific Northwest. Includes a guided neighborhood tour and gallery admission.
Members should call the Front Desk (206.623.5124) to receive their discount.

Touch of Chinatown

Duration: 90 minutes
Tour times: Tuesday - Saturday: 2:00pm
Recommended for: All ages
Prices: Adults: $19.95
Seniors: $17.95
Students (13-18 or with student ID): $14.95
Children (5-12): $12.95
Under 5: Free
$8 off for The Wing's members


International Dumpling Crawl


Our popular International Dumpling Crawl returns in January! Little bits of heart. Swallowing Clouds. The names that describe these delectable treats are colorful, and accurate.The International District has a run of dozens of varieties of dumplings from Japan, Korea, Vietnam and China. We've chosen some of the best and the most unique offerings. We'd like you to come eat with us and talk about food, history and meet some of the families that feed us. Includes full-day access to the Museum and our daily tour through the historic Freeman Hotel.

#1 International Dumpling Crawl

Duration: 2.5 hours
Tour times: 1pm (last two Saturdays in January, February and March 2016)
January 23 and 30
February 20 and 27
March 19 and 26
Recommended for: All ages; route is approx. 1 mile on sidewalks and inclines.
Most of the foods is non-vegetarian and contain pork, seafood, and/or beef. Two locations offer vegetarian dumplings. Most items are dairy-free, but there are no gluten-free alternatives available and two are not nut-free.
Prices: Adults: $42.95
Seniors: $35.95
Students (13-18 or with student ID): $25.95
Children (5-12): $25.95
Under 5: Free


Bitter & Sweet Tour

Official tour of the bestselling novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet

"The official Bitter & Sweet tour is a lovely way to see the real Chinatown-International District and discover the places frequented by Henry and Keiko - get an in-depth look at the neighborhood's rich history, diversity and layers of stories" - author Jamie Ford

Explore the Canton Alley apartment where (main character) Henry Lee lived. Visit Japantown and get a glimpse of the Panama Hotel. This tour gives you a real life look at the locations present in The New York Times bestselling book, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.
Members should call the Front Desk (206.623.5124) to receive their discount.

Duration: 90 minutes
Tour times: By reservation - contact 206.623.5124 ext 133 or tours@wingluke.org
Recommended for: All ages


Songs of Willow Frost Tour

Official tour based on Jamie Ford's latest novel

Journey through historic Chinatown and see the real places where characters Liu Song and William lived and loved. Dive deeper into what life was like for Chinese men, women and children at a time when America was full of possibility, yet still rife with restrictions. Experience the vibrancy of the neighborhood woven together through history, real-life stories, and multi-media. Signed copies of the book are available for purchase in the Marketplace — while supplies last.
Members should call the Front Desk (206.623.5124) to receive their discount.

Duration: 2 hours
Tour times: By reservation - contact 206.623.5124 ext 133 or tours@wingluke.org
Recommended for: All ages
Includes:
1930s-era Chinese meal




Museum Experience

Historic Hotel Tour

Follow the footsteps of Asian Pacific American pioneers and explore the places they called home. Step inside a real 1910 shop that sold import goods and tickets to the Blue Funnel Line steamship. And enter an authentic Chinese American family association with its original tin ceilings and mahjong games. This tour takes you through fascinating historic spaces accessible only by guided tour and is included with Museum Experience General Admission.

"Do You Know Bruce?" and Museum Admission

 Duration:  45 minutes
 Tour times:  Tuesday - Saturday: 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm
 Sunday: 
10:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm
 Recommended for:  6 and up
 Prices:  Adults: $14.95
 Seniors: $11.95
 Students (13-18 or with student ID): $10.95
 Children (5-12): $9.95
 Under 5: Free
 Free for museum members  
 Added options:  Customize for private or school groups.


Exhibition-related

Gallery Tour

Get an in-depth look at our latest and permanent exhibitions by touring all exhibitions or just focusing on one. 

 Duration:  60 minutes
 Tour times:  By reservation - contact 206.623.5124 ext 133 or tours@wingluke.org
 Recommended for:  All ages
 Prices:  Group discount for 10 or more.
 Discount for The Wing's members  
 Added options:  Customize for private or school groups.
 Children's groups can include  hands-on activities.
       

 

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