Natick Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Natick; our list of the best things to see, including The Natick Collection, The Bone and Legal Sea Foods - Framingham.
  • The best place in Natick: The Natick Collection

    The Natick Collection

    1245 Worcester Street Natick, MA 01760
    Although not located right in Wayland, it is a quick 10 minute drive to an upscale mall with exciting shopping, dining, and entertainment.
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  • The Bone

    The Bone

    358 Waverly St
    THE BEST WINGS! FULL MENU LIVE MUSIC Sports on HDTV Dine In, Take Out, & Delivery Late Night Dining Check out our event calendar at: www.thechickenbone.comContact us at: info@thechickenbone.com
  • Legal Sea Foods - Framingham

    Legal Sea Foods - Framingham

    50 Worcester Rd
    If it isn't fresh, it isn't Legal!
  • Henry Wilson Shoe Shop

    181 West Central St
    Built in the 1850s, it was the shoe shop of Henry Wilson, a Senator from Massachusetts and the 18th Vice President of the United States. On July 24, 2000, it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. [7]
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  • Edwards Church & Edwards Cemetery

    Off of Elm Street
    Edwards Church is one of the oldest churches in Framingham. The cemetery has an interesting array of headstones both "old" traditional headstones and newer headstones that are more pieces of a "artwork".
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  • Carol J. Getchell Nature Trail

    Starts at the intersection of Sudbury Landing and Danforth Street next to the bridge
    Getchell Nature Trail, Starts at the intersection of Sudbury Landing and Danforth Street next to the bridge. Named for one of the founders of the Friends of Saxonville [11], the trail runs along 1 mile of the Sudbury River.
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  • Loring Arena Ice Skating Rink

    1 Fountain St
    Public ice skating, private birthday parties, private lessons and leagues all take place in the arena. You can rent ice-skates and there's a skate shop and snack bar inside.
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  • Zoo Sight

    Lookout Farm

    89 Pleasant St
    "Pick your own" place with a variety of crops. Farmer’s market, petting zoo animals, train rides, pony rides, bee observatory, birthday parties, guided tours and more!
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  • Framingham Town Hall

    150 Concord St
    Intersection of Union Avenue and Concord St. Phone: +1 508-532-5520, [9]. Go in to the Framingham Town Hall just to see Framingham's history, or to get a schedule of events in Framingham coming up.
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  • Saxonville Mills & Josephine Kochnowicz Clock Tower

    Concord Street and Central Street
    The mill complex runs along Concord Street and turns left onto Central Street by the Sudbury River. Building #7 (on Concord Street) is the only original building to have survived the great fire of 1883. (All the other buildings are circa 1884 or after.) The Clock Tower is on Central street across from the Saxonville Falls Dam.
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  • Waushakum Beach on Waushakum Pond

    Nipmuc Road off of Route 126
    Staffed from mid June to late August. Huge pond with view of the General Motors plant.
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  • Old Danforth Street Bridge

    Danforth Street
    This bridge was completely renovated and refurbished in 2003. The bridge also leads to the Carol J. Getchell Nature Trail.
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  • Athenaeum Hall

    Concord Street at Watson Place
    Built in 1847, Athenaeum Hall was first the town hall. The building has also server as "a school, a jail, a hospital, a polling place, and a newspaper pressroom."
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  • Fun and Games Family Entertainment Center

    50 Worcester Rd
    Lazer tag, mini-golf, out-of-this-world arcade, and home of the Ultimate Birthday Party.
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  • Danforth Museum of Art

    123 Union Avenue
    Art dating from the 18th century to present day. Admission fee for adults is $10, and seniors and children is $8.
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  • Grave of Horatio Alger, Jr. (1832-1899)

    Glenwood Cemetery
    (1832-1899), Glenwood Cemetery, South Natick, MA. Author of 270 dime novels. He is noted as a significant figure in the history of American cultural and social ideals, even though his novels are rarely read these days. As bestsellers in their own time, Alger's works rivaled those of Mark Twain in popularity. [6]
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  • Learned Beach on Learned Pond

    Shawmut Terrace off of Prindville Avenue
    Staffed from mid June to late August. Learned is a small beach located on a scenic pond.
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  • Saxonville Falls and Dam

    Central Street at the intersection of Water Street across from the mill clock tower
    The dam was built on the falls to use the Sudbury River to power the mill turbines before the mill switched to steam power. Today it is used for flood control.
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  • Natick Community Organic Farm

    117 Eliot St
    Non-profit certified organic community farm.
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  • Lake Cochituate State Park

    Commonwealth Rd
    Beautiful lake and state park. Lake Cochituate provides a picnic area and a boat launch. You can also rent kayaks and canoes. The lake itself is divided into 3 huge sections: the North, Middle, & South Ponds, were you can swim, boat, windsurf, fish, or explore the parameter trails.
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  • Saxonville Fire Station

    Concord Street to Watson Place next to the Athenaeum Hall
    The fire station was built in 1902 and is the oldest active fire station in Framingham.
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  • Natick Historical Society and Museum

    58 Eliot St
    The central storehouse of Natick’s history - housed on the lower level of the Bacon Free Library building. Notice the wrought-iron fence surrounding the building which has alternating crosses and arrows. The museum features among its collections the Indian Bible of the 17th century missionary, John Eliot, founder of the Natick Indian Community; it also includes artifacts of Archaic and Woodland as well as Christian Indian cultures.
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  • Saxonville Beach

    Lake Road off of Old Connecticut Path
    Staffed from mid June to late August. Saxonville beach is in the historic Framingham village of Saxonville on the Upper Pond of Lake Cochituate State Park.
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  • Met Bar and Grill

    Met Bar and Grill

    1245 Worcester St
    THE METROPOLITAN CLUB Chestnut Hill 617.731.0600 THE MET BAR & GRILL/ THE MET BURGER BAR Natick Collection 508.651.0003 Legacy Place, Dedham 781.467.1234 MET BACK BAY Boston 617.267.0451 twitter.com/metrestaurant youtube.com/user/metrestaurant
  • Sel de la Terre

    Sel de la Terre

    1245 Worcester St
    Sel de la Terre offers creative, rustic cuisine, from our farm to your fork
  • The Melting Pot

    92 Worcester Rd
    M-F 5PM-11PM, Sa 12PM- 11PM, Su 12PM-10PM. Fondue restaurant with a four-course dining option. Many different choices for different types on Fondue on the menu.
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