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Distance to Boston: 10 miles
Population: Approx. 38,000
Woburn MA is one of the oldest and most historic communities in New England as it was first settled in 1640. Woburn is conveniently located close to two interstate highways and public transportation via bus, train, and commuter rail.
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Educational Facilities in Woburn MA
The Woburn public school system serves more than 4500 students from preschool to grade 12. The system is comprised of 8 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and one high school.
Woburn MA Recreational Facilities
Woburn consists of 6 conservation areas: Battle Road, Cranberry Bog, Forest Park, Horn Pond Rag Rock, and Shaker Glen. All residents are welcomed to enjoy many outdoor activities such as walking, running, bicycling, cross-country skiing and observing wildlife just to name a few.
The Horn Pond Conservation area is one of Woburn’s most beautiful attractions and can be enjoyed during all 4 seasons of the year. The area of the pond itself is 133 acres and is surrounded by 500 acres of conservation area including a serene lagoon and a mountain trail, great for hikers.
Houses of Worship for Woburn
- Amazing Grace Ministry
- Anchor Baptist Church
- Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
- Blessed of the Lord
- Boston Onnuri Church
- The Baha’I Faith
- Boston Church of Christ
- Christian Teaching & Worship
- Church of the Living God
- Faith Chapel
- First Baptist Church
- First Congregational Church
- Lord’s Gathering
- Lutheran Church – The Redeemer
- Montvale Cong Church
- North Cong Church
- St. Barbara’s Church
- St. Charles Borromeo
- St. John the Baptist
- St. Joseph’s
- Trinity Church
- Woburn Christian Church
- United Methodist Church of Woburn