Visit Chinatown’s Museum during the 2013 Chinese New Year Celebration and experience our February 23 OPEN HOUSE festivities.
Museum highlights – Chinatown Miniatures, Jake Lee’s Paintings from Kan’s Restaurant, James Leong’s “100 Years History of the Chinese in America.”
Docent tours of the Museum and Walking Tours of Chinatown also available.
For almost 50 years, the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) has explored the social, cultural and political history of Chinese Americans through our publications, on-site and traveling exhibits and educational and public programs.
CHSA is located in the Julia Morgan-designed landmark Chinese YWCA building. Visit us in person or online at chsa.org.
Please visit chsa.org for more information on exhibits, lectures, tours, and other events.
Tuesday - Friday
Sunday - Monday
12 - 5 pm
11 am - 4 pm
Closed all major holidays:
New Year's Day, Veteran's Day, July 4th, Christmas and Lunar New Year's Day.
College Students (with ID) and Seniors: $3
Children 6-17: $2
Free for CHSA members and children 5 and under
Free to the public on the first Thursday of every month and everyday during the museum's birthday months, November and December! Free admission sponsored by PG&E and Wells Fargo Bank.