Boston’s historic Chinatown is a cultural mecca for anyone interested in experiencing Asian-American life in New England.
The history of Chinatown dates back to the 1890s when Chinese immigrants began to settle in the area. Since then, it has become the only surviving Chinese enclave in New England and the third-largest Chinatown in the US.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Boston, this neighborhood is the perfect place to call home if you're looking for a community that is rich in tradition, culture, and food. With many Asian eateries, traditional markets, and vibrant murals, there are endless opportunities to explore this diverse and exciting area.
Despite its small size, it boasts an incredible variety of shops, restaurants, and cultural experiences. From the annual Lion Dance Parade during Chinese New Year to the lively street markets and festivals, there is always something going on in this lively neighborhood.