Introduction to Woburn, Massachusetts
In 1640, Woburn was settled in for the first time near Horn Pond. It grew gradually and was later incorporated as a city in 1642. It was named after Woburn, Bedfordshire in England. In 1803, the Middlesex Canal was opened and in 1835, the Boston and Lowell Railroad started operating through Woburn.
Woburn and nearby Attractions
- Baldwin House
- Benjamin Thompson House
- 1790 House
- Boston Harbor Islands Park
Things To Do In Woburn
Woburn offers a number of historic sites where you can enjoy a day trip with your family and friends. In addition, the city offers a number of parks, golf courses, tennis courts and shopping areas. Apart from these, the Woburn Recreation Department also organizes several events and sports programs throughout the year.
Boston Logan International Airport is the closest major airport to Woburn.
Woburn Higher Education
Tufts University is only a few minutes drive away.