Directions - Parking - Hours


The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN)
14 Summer Street
Natick, MA  01760
508-647-0097

The TCAN Box Office is open Tuesday through Friday from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm, Saturday from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, and one hour prior to showtime.

FREE PARKING EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS is available at the Middlesex Ave. public lot, with an entrance on Summer Street. Free evening parking is also available in downtown Natick.

PARKING IN COMMERCIAL LOTS MAY LEAD TO YOUR CAR BEING TOWED - please be cautious when choosing a spot.

From Route 128 (Interstate Route 95)
Take Exit 20 - Route 9 West through Wellesley to Natick, to Route 27 South. Follow Route 27 South 1.3 miles to downtown Natick. Pass over a small RR bridge at the MBTA commuter rail stop and into downtown Natick. Summer Street is the third right (including a small second right which leads to a public parking lot). TCAN is the first building on the left after turning onto Summer Street.
From the MA Turnpike
Exit the Mass Pike at Exit 13 - Framingham /Natick. After the toll booth bear left and cloverleaf around onto Route 30 East. Continue straight on Route 30 about 2 miles to Route 27. Take a right onto Route 27 South and continue straight about 2.6 miles into downtown Natick. Pass over a small RR bridge at the MBTA commuter rail stop and into downtown Natick. Summer Street is the third right (including a small second right which leads to a public parking lot). TCAN is the first building on the left after turning onto Summer Street.
From Route 135
Take Route 27 North at the lights in Downtown Natick. When approaching from Framingham & points West, this is a left before the Congregational Church; from Wellesley & points East, turn right at the Congregational Church. On Route 27 North take first left onto Summer Street at Debsan. TCAN is the first freestanding building on the left after turning onto Summer Street.
Public Transportation
TCAN is just a block away from the MBTA commuter rail stop in downtown Natick, leaving Boston from South Station. The commuter rail also approaches from the west, with trains leaving from Washington Square in Worcester. All stops are noted on the MBTA Rail Schedule for the Framingham/Worcester line.