Fred Hutch offers free group tours, which are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at either 10:30 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. On this walking tour of our campus, visitors will learn about Fred Hutch's commitment to making life-saving discoveries, our history and how our scientific breakthroughs have led to thousands of lives being saved worldwide.
The tour lasts approximately one hour, and advance scheduling is required as we have a capacity limit of 15 persons per tour group. Visitors with special needs are welcome and should make arrangements with our staff.
To apply for a tour, please fill out our application form.
Learn more about the Hutch's campus at our Campus Facts page along with our history and accomplishments at About Us.
Fred Hutch's vibrant and diverse collection, collected over the years, consists of more than 250 pieces of art and memorabilia — all generously donated or loaned — that are housed in buildings across the Hutch’s campus on South Lake Union. Together, these works underscore the symbiotic relationship between art and science, which affirms exploration, creativity and the quest to make the world a better place.
The Fred Hutch art collection includes memorabilia, paintings, prints, sculptures, hand-blown glass, architectural art, photography, mixed-media pieces and more. Highlights include Nobel Prize replicas, Fred Hutchinson’s baseball uniform, a growing collection of works on loan from the Northwest Watercolor Society, photos by Art Wolfe and several examples of Inuit (Alaska Native) art.