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Bring Your Work Here - Whidbey Institute

We host groups ranging in size from about a dozen to over 100, with lodging capacity for 45. For groups that exceed our lodging capacity, we recommend a combination of onsite and offsite lodging, plus onsite camping in the warmer months.

Our campus serves a range of needs for large and small gatherings, full group sessions, and breakout space.

If you’re looking for a quiet space for solo contemplation, check out Hilltop Retreats—a new opportunity from Whidbey Institute founders Fritz and Vivienne Hull.

Program Inquiry Form

Our program inquiry form is closed until January 2020 due to our full calendar. Thank you for your patience!

Storyhouse Inquiry Form

To explore bringing a single day program for a small group (up to 20) to our campus, please enter your details in the Storyhouse Inquiry Form below. Storyhouse is ideal for study groups, workshops, community conversations, and staff or board meetings.

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Storyhouse Inquiry Form

Storyhouse Inquiry Form

Storyhouse, in our Legacy Forest, is a serene gathering place in a remote corner of our 106 acre campus. Storyhouse has an outdoor stage, grassy meadow, and forested trails nearby.

  • Capacity: Up to 20 people
  • Rate: $350 per day
  • Amenities: Storyhouse features a living room with wood stove, electric heat, and a kitchenette, including sink, stove, and electric kettle with an outdoor restroom.
  • Scheduling: Storyhouse fills quickly, especially in the summer months when we prioritize youth and social justice programming.

Make a no-obligation inquiry about holding your work here: