Chinatown's Maritime Stories: Walking Tour - December 3 at 10am

November 18, 2016 Posted by: Lynn Cullivan
Follow park rangers on a walk from Chinatown to San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Learn how early 20th century immigrants from Chinatown got jobs working in the salmon canneries, voyaging on the park’s historic Balclutha from SF to Alaska. Take in the bustling streets of Chinatown while learning a bit of Maritime history. This program will be translated into Cantonese by a live translator. This program is part of the park's monthly first Saturday "Healthy Parks, Healthy People" events. NOTE: This walk begins on 12/3 near the playground at Portsmouth Square at 10am and will end at Hyde Street Pier (Hyde and Jefferson Streets.) All walk participants will get free admission to the historic ships.

Workers aboard a sailing ship eating on deck.

Last updated: November 18, 2016

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