Tour Bruce Lee's Past in Seattle's Chinatown

  • 160 Ratings

Learn Bruce Lee's full story through this exhibition that tells the story of his life in fascinating detail. Follow the legend as he grew from waiter at a local restaurant to global movie star.

Location: Seattle
Duration: 3 hours
Cancellation: 24 hours in advance.

What You Will Do

  • Relive the early life of Bruce Lee on a tour of the Chinatown-International district that explores his practice space, his first martial arts studio and his regular hangouts
  • Walk through the Wing Luke Museum to see the full Bruce Lee exhibit, including original boxing gloves and hand-written poems
  • Get first-hand access to the story behind some of Lee's most memorable films
  • Get all-day access to the Wing Luke Museum and see the history and influence of the Asian Pacific American experience

What's Included

  • A tour of the Chinatown-International district
  • Access to the Wing Luke Museum and Bruce Lee exhibit
  • A friendly, informative guide

Additional Information

  • The tour is approximately 1.25 miles in length. Limited food substitutions may be made for severe food allergies and dietary restrictions if booked at least one week in advance.

  • 24 hours

Customer Reviews

  • 160 Ratings

  • Sharalyn

The lunch was excellent, as was John, and it was a pretty comprehensive visit of his local haunts. It's a shame Ruby Chow's isn't a bit closer...or still in existence (which I guess is the point; it wouldn't really be significant now). We also really liked how the inside exhibition space has changed in the last few months -- lots of great material!

March 1, 2016

  • Brad

The tour far exceeded my expectations. The guide was great and the exhibit itself was UNBELIVABLE.

February 29, 2016

  • Bridgette

Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and personable. I enjoyed being able to walk the same streets as Bruce Lee and learn about his life here in Seattle. I had a great time.

February 22, 2016
719 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104, USA