Whether you’re coming to our campus for a meeting, to have a job interview or to participate in one of our game-changing research studies, welcome to Fred Hutch. Set in the heart of Seattle’s South Lake Union biotech corridor, our campus stretches over some 16 acres and includes more than a dozen buildings. Use this page to navigate to where you need to go.
Located in the Arnold Building, our Visitor Center showcases Fred Hutch history and builds community through stories. Highlights include exhibits about our pioneering work on bone marrow transplantation and immunotherapy — fields where we continue to make groundbreaking discoveries. Other displays feature our work in the basic sciences and personal accounts and comments from cancer patients, survivors and their families.
The Visitor Center is open to the public on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. except on holidays; admission is free.
The Prevention Center at Fred Hutch is a state-of-the-art research clinic, nutrition laboratory and exercise facility that is available to our researchers and their collaborators for population-based studies. It is staffed by physicians, physician assistants, nutritionists and exercise physiologists.