TAP-NY x Mott Street Girls Chinatown Tour
April 1 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Did you know that Chinatown once had an opera house? Have you wondered why MSG gets a bad rap?
From the unsavory origins of chop suey to the violent past of the Bloody Angle, join us as we partner with the Mott Street Girls to learn more about the stories of a historically marginalized community. Highlighted sights include the Chinese Opera House, Mott Street fish market, Funeral Row, Columbus Park, the first tenement building, and stores that date back to the 1890s.
Mott Street Girls is a minority and women-owned business founded by Anna Huang and Chloe Chan. Their walking tours have been featured on The Today Show, NBC New York, Fodor’s Travel, Infatuation, Patch, Bon Appétit, World Journal, NY1, PIX11, Quickbooks, Culture Trip, The Hoboken Girl, and Currents News.
Tickets are available to purchase at $30 (excludes Eventbrite fees) which reserves your spot for a 90-minute walking tour of Chinatown with the Mott Street Girls and other TAP-NY members. All ticket sale proceeds will go to the Mott Street Girls. This event is limited to 30 members so get your tickets before they run out!
We require all attendees to be fully vaccinated, meaning the attendee has received all recommended COVID-19 vaccines, including any booster dose(s) when eligible.
SAFER SPACE Policy
TAP-NY creates events for everyone to feel welcome. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment, unwanted touch, and discrimination. If someone is making you uncomfortable, please let a TAP-NY board member know.