Located inside the Arnold Building on Fred Hutch’s Seattle campus, our Visitor Center opened its doors to the public in 2015 and serves as a place to display our research and build community through sharing stories.
Cures Start Here
Upon entry, visitors will see three panels, each with one word from our “Cures Start Here” tagline. The “cures” panel showcases our work, from bone marrow transplantation, which was pioneered at Fred Hutch, to cancer immunotherapy, a field where our researchers continue to make groundbreaking discoveries. The “start” panel explains basic sciences and the fundamentals of the research at the Hutch, and “here” displays information about our campus.
On the curving walls are hundreds of photos with messages left by patients, family members, researchers and others that encourage, inspire or remember. They wrap around the room like an embrace, each telling its own story.
Open to the Public
Weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. during regular campus hours. Complimentary admission.
Keepsake Book - Inspiring others
We're grateful to everyone who has come to visit us and we look forward to welcoming many more.
Meet some of our visitors and read what inspired them to come to Fred Hutch.
The Visitor Center features an interactive space where visitors — patients, caregivers, loved ones, doctors, researchers and friends of Fred Hutch — can share how their lives have been touched by cancer or other life-threatening diseases as well as view photos and read the inspirational comments left by previous visitors.
The center includes an interactive photo kiosk and video screen connected to Fred Hutch’s Share Your Story page on fredhutch.org. Many former patients, survivors, family members and friends have shared their stories through video or text stories hoping to support and inspire others.
Admission is free. Drop in anytime during our regular business hours and experience it for yourself.
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