Welcome to the Natick Center Cultural District – home to more than 100 working artists, The Center For Arts in Natick, the Morse Institute Library, The Walnut Hill School for the Arts, many independently owned businesses and cultural organizations, and an active Parks and Recreation Department, all contributing to a busy year-round schedule of arts and cultural events. 

Visitors to Natick Center can expect an intimate, friendly experience and the rich heritage of a classic New England town, while celebrating a vibrant, contemporary fusion of art, culture and business. Against the backdrop of the quintessential New England town center, a passionate group of committed individuals and organizations work, through businesses and studios, to create a dynamic and diverse community.

Natick Center Cultural District is fostered by a private-public partnership, managed by Natick Center Associates. This nonprofit organization is comprised of property owners, retail and office workers, concerned neighbors, town officials, nonprofits and corporations with a history of more than 40 years working together for downtown revitalization. We strive to be a great example of a successful community-driven alliance dedicated to preserving the small-town feel and the big- city amenities.

Natick Center is a vital, thriving interesting place to live, work and visit. The respect shown for the historical character of our buildings, the prosperous and friendly business atmosphere, the activities and events on the common, and our growth as a center of arts and culture, all make Natick Center a special place.

There’s always something exciting to do and see in downtown Natick, from shopping, dining, walking tours, community events, concerts at TCAN and much more. We invite you to discover why Natick Center is a hub for arts and culture in MetroWest.

Join us downtown today, and savor a taste of authentic New England.