Natick, a lively suburb in Eastern Massachusetts, sits 10 miles west of Boston. Originally settled through the Dedham Grant in the 1600s, Natick was officially incorporated into Massachusetts in 1781. Henry Wilson, the 18th Vice President of the United States, was known locally as the “Natick Cobbler” and served most of his life as the local shoe maker and schoolteacher of the town.
Natick is divided into four regions: Natick Center, South Natick, East Natick, and West Natick. Natick Center contains the major municipal buildings and serves as both the civic and cultural center of the town. In 2012, Natick Center became the 10th designated cultural district in the state and aims to attract and encourage artists, tourism, and business. It also is home to Walnut Hill School of the Arts, a premiere arts boarding school that focuses on educating students in dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and writing. … Read More
Natick has easy access to both Route 9 and the Massachusetts Turnpike which travel the length of the state east to west. Route 135 also runs through the town and on Patriots Day hosts 4 miles of the Boston Marathon.
Map of Natick, MA
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