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NIHCC Treasure Tour

NIHCC Treasure Tour Frequently Asked Questions

What is Treasure Tour?

Treasure Tour is a fun, interactive online game that introduces pediatric patients to the NIH Clinical Center. Kids can customize their character avatar, learn about the spaces they may visit and be able to explore the hospital in a creative way before visiting in person.

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Who is it meant for?

The game is aimed at children, teens and their families to better help them understand the layout of the hospital, and some of the services and procedures patients might undergo onsite. The primary audience for the game is pediatric patients aged 7 to 18 who have been accepted into a clinical research study at Building 10 on the NIH campus.

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How can I play Treasure Tour?

The game can be played as a browser-based (Chrome, Firefox, Edge) WebGL version on laptop or desktop computers and is available for free download on iOS devices in the App Store or Android devices in the Google Play Store. All versions provide the same experience.

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Where can I find the game?

You can find full details on the game and links at www.cc.nih.gov/treasuretour.

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How will my child’s privacy be protected?

Treasure Tour is a single-player game. No personally identifiable information is gathered during play, and the app does not track the user’s geo-location or use their social media in any way. Treasure Tour's privacy policy can be found online at www.cc.nih.gov/disclaimers.html#notice.

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Who can I contact if I have questions?

You can contact treasuretour@nih.gov for more information.

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This page last updated on 10/15/2021

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