Barry's Auto Body 10 Cochituate St, Natick, MA01760 Formerly known as West Foreign Auto Body, this rechristened shop changed its name to underscore its expertise in mending…More domestic, as well as foreign autos. The owners point with pride to their rank as a preferred shop for all major insurance companies, a designation not to be confused with the more general referral list. With 30 years in business, these folks don't just sit on their laurels, but continue to win new customers thanks to a stellar reputation and continued improvements, including a new state-of-the-art paint booth.
Betsey Johnson 1245 Worcester St, Natick, MA01760 Betsey Johnson has been a high-end New York fashion designer for more than 30 years. Known for her fun, girly aesthetic,…More her store is lined with funky jewelry, shoes, glasses and clothes. You'll find both day wear and special occasion coats, jackets and dresses.
Dicicco's Auto Body 18 South Ave, Natick, MA01760 With more than 35 years of experience, DiCicco's will mend your dented chariot. It works with all major insurance…More companies, will arrange to pick up your vehicle and will return it looking good as new.
Johnston & Murphy 1245 Worcester St, Natick, MA01760 This company combines craftsmanship with 150 years experience to create a unique shopping experience for customers.…More Johnston & Murphy stocks shoes, luggage and leather goods as well as a new line of casual clothing. The store remains open during mall hours.
Dr. Bradley Weiss 264 N Main St, Natick, MA01760 Dr. Bradley Weiss is a chiropractor and physician who works at the Performance Health Center in Natick. Dr. Weiss has…More been practicing chiropractic services since 1984 all over the New England area. The former 1997 Vermont Chiropractor of the Year is certified in Active Release Techniques.
Morse Institute Library 14 E Central St, Natick, MA01760 The Morse Institute Library was built in the heart of town in 1873, after Natick resident Mary Ann Morse donated her…More estate to its creation. The red brick gothic style building has since been given a few modern touches. The collection has grown over the years, filling the library with row after row of around 175,000 books, books on tape, compact discs, CD-ROMs, magazines, DVDs, children's kits and cassettes. Stop by for a quick read, spend the day curled up in the comfortable chairs or do research and study at one of the many tables. The library offers free and reduced admission passes to nearby venues such as the Boston Children's Museum, Discovery Museum, New England Aquarium, Zoo New England and more.