East of Broad St, 'East meets West'

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Five-Spice Tour of Philly Chinatown and Dim Sum Tasting

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Dive Into Chinese Culture and Cuisine on the Five-Spice Tour of Philly’s Chinatow...


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Philadelphia: 2-Hour Segway Adventure

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Segway the streets of Philadelphia, riding alongside the Delaware River and through the Historic and Museum Districts to...


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Segway Cheesesteak Tour in Philadelphia

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Sample five different Philly cheesesteaks as you tour South Philadelphia by Segway, stopping at the best cheesestea...


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Philadelphia Chinatown, Philadelphia

East of Broad St, 'East meets West'.

East of Broad St, 'East meets West'. Philadelphia's Chinatown is an ethnic section of the city that can't be missed. Why settle for Chinese buffets when you can get the authentic stuff right here? There's no need to. Chinatown is located north of The Gallery at Market East and close to the Reading Terminal Market.
















About Philadelphia Chinatown

 Chinatown, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Philadelphia Chinatown and Nearby Sights on Map

The Trocadero

The Trocadero is a historic theatre that features indie arthouse cinema and local acts

Reading Terminal Market

The Reading Terminal Market is a covered public market where many of Pennsylvania's Amish merchants sell their goods

The African American Museum in Philadelphia

The African American Museum was built to preserve, display, interpret, and celebrate the culture and achievements of African Americans through art, photographs, government records, memorabilia and fashion

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

The 200 year old Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is the oldest art museum and school in the US, with an impressive roster of alumni that includes some of the best-known names in American art such as Jack Delano and Bo Bartlett

Walnut Street Theatre

Walnut Street is one of America's oldest theatres, founded in 1807 as The New Circus

Wanamaker Organ

The Wanamaker Grand Court Organ is the largest operational pipe organ in the world, 28,604 pipes in 463 ranks

Declaration House

The Declaration House is a recreation of the house built by Jacob Graff in 1775, where Thomas Jefferson rented two rooms and wrote the Declaration of Independence

National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center is one of the most interactive history museums in America

Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent

The Philadelphia History Museum, 'where history inspires the future,' details the comprehensive 330 year old history of America's 'birthplace' and founding city

The Philadelphia Orchestra

Founded in 1900, the Philadelphia Orchestra is one of the most famous and widely traveled orchestras in the world, counted among the 'Big Five'