Los Angeles Parking at Chinatown
Are you in the market for cheap parking in Los Angeles, Chinatown? We are offering an exclusive parking deal in Chinatown with parking rates starting at $4.99/day*!
This parking is within walking distance of the Dragon Gate, Central Plaza, and the Chinese American Museum. Make your purchase now! Canceling is always FREE.
Continue reading to learn more about our cheap parking deals in Los Angeles.
*Prices start at $4.99 and are subject to change based on available inventory and holiday charges.
What's the address of your parking lot?
You should receive an e-mail within 10 minutes of your purchase with the address and name of the parking facility at which you'll be parking. If it's hard to pull up the address on your GPS or maps, we suggest checking out our partner facilities’ website (by Googling their name), or by calling their number provided in your reservation.
What is your cancellation policy?
We appreciate you giving us a chance, and know this isn't how you're used to purchasing parking. That's why we offer free cancellations at any time — no questions asked.
Want to know what is nearby this parking facility? Here’s a shortlist of establishments:
Dragon GateCentral Plaza
Chinese American Museum
Chung King Road Galleries
Los Angeles State Historic Park
Phillipe the Original
Dim Sum Chinatown Los Angeles
Ocean SeafoodGolden DragonTian’s Dim Sum
Need help reserving city parking in Los Angeles?
Reserve parking now on your preferred check-in and check-out dates! Need help? Call our parking reservation specialists at
424-532-8940 from 10am to 7pm EST. We offer FREE cancellations on all our parking deals.
Give us a shout! We’d love to hear how we can make parking in Chinatown easier for you, and how we can get you around Los Angeles simpler and cheaper.
About Chinatown Los Angeles
Chinatown is a place full of culture, good food, and fun. Chinatown is located in downtown Los Angeles.
When visiting Chinatown, you will not regret visiting Chinatown’s Central Plaza. This area of Chinatown is undoubtedly the prettiest part of Chinatown, resembling the streets of Shanghai and also a statue in memory of Bruce Lee. Many movies were shot here, including Rush Hour and Lethal Weapon.
The Chinese American Museum is another place in Chinatown that is worth spending time in. The Chinese American Museum was created to showcase the history and contributions of Chinese Americans. The building that the museum sits in is the oldest building in Chinatown and is the last surviving building from the original settlement.
The Los Angeles State Historic Park also resides near Chinatown. This park offers 32 acres of open space that boasts hiking trails, biking trails, and views of the Los Angeles skyline. This is a great place to spend time if you need to take a break from the bustling metropolis of Los Angeles.