Learn More About Woburn
Green spaces and small city comforts abound in tranquil Woburn. Its historic homes and wooded conservation areas offer a unique experience away from the hustle and bustle of surrounding towns.
Less than a half hour drive from Boston, Woburn is located to the south of the intersection of I-93 and I-95. The city’s quiet urban setting makes it ideal for families seeking a peaceful location with lots of amenities and parks.
Housing and Home Prices
The median home value in Woburn is $483,700. Home values have increased in recent years and are expected to continue their upward momentum. If you aspire to live in a historically styled home, you’ll find tons of options.
Things to Do
The city is home to malls and restaurant chains. If you’re in the mood for tapas, head to Pinxto Pinchos Tapas Bar on Main Street. Wash it down with craft beer at Lord Hobo Brewing Company on Draper St. whose tasting rooms are open seven days a week. Bowling at the Woburn Bowladrome is a favorite pastime. Laser tagging at LaserCraze is also popular with kids.
If you want to get outside check out Horn Pond. Perfect for running biking or walking on their paved paths, or once you start to head around there are a few dirt paths around the back great for finding more wildlife.
Don’t miss the Woburn Halloween parade every year! Popular among Woburn and surrounding towns!
Woburn Memorial High School was updated with a new school in 2007. Making for a great learning environment.
The high school enrolls around 1,300 students and 98 full time employees giving a student teacher ratio of 14 to 1.