Long’s Store Spotlight: Natick, MA

Have you been to our newest location in Natick? Long’s Jewelers in Natick opened in September 2007, and since its opening, the location has set new standards for shopping with an elegant yet welcoming and relaxed atmosphere featuring a fireplace, plush seating and coffee bar. In 2008, Our Natick location hosted some wonderful events including a personal appearance by Red Sox Captain Jason Varitek and the ORBITA Watchwinder mobile showroom.

Our Natick location, serving the MetroWest area, carries New England’s finest collection of jewelry and watches including David Yurman, Roberto Coin, Mikimoto, Marco Bicego, Raymond Weil, Elysee, and more. Our store also houses a complete giftware gallery featuring creations from Michael Aram, Kosta Boda and Lladro.

Located west of Boston, Natick has quickly emerged as a luxury destination while changing the face of shopping in New England. With the opening of the Natick Collection, Long’s is now situated alongside over 100 exceptional retailers and restaurants including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Burberry.

Interesting facts about Natick, MA:

- The name Natick comes from the language of the Massachusett Native American tribe and means place of hills.

- Natick hosts a portion of the Boston Marathon every Patriots Day. The Marathon route includes miles 8 to 12 and passes through the center of town along Route 135.

- Doug Flutie, former New England Patriots player and 50th Heisman Trophy winner, attended high school in Natick.

- Casey’s Diner, constructed in 1922, is one of the oldest operating ten-stool diners in the United States.

Our 9,500 square-foot free-standing store is conveniently located at 323 Speen Street across from Neiman Marcus at the Natick Collection.