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Facts About Chinatown

Chinatown is a part of the National Register of Historic Places listed under the Downtown Historic District of Washington DC. This is a part of Washington DC’s original Downtown which is one of the oldest areas in the city.

Here are some facts about Chinatown Washington DC:

  • The original Chinatown was located in the south of Pennsylvania Avenue around 1851. Later it was relocated to where today’s Chinatown is as the Federal Building was built there. 
  • In 1802, the city's primary public market was built on Pennsylvania Avenue between 7th and 9th Streets, which is now the site of the National Archives.
  • In the mid-1880s, there were approximately 100 residents in Chinatown which by 1936, became 800, including 32 families.
  • In the 1930s Chinatown was moved to the east of Downtown near Penn Quarter, which is known as Chinatown, Washington DC today.

Weather in Chinatown

Summer is the peak season in Washington DC and a great time to enjoy outdoor activities and free attractions. However, the best time to travel to Chinatown Washington DC is during the spring and autumn seasons. You can also plan your trip around the National Cherry Blossom Festival or Chinese New Year if you wish to experience those festivals.