Woburn is located 10 miles northwest of Boston.  Woburn has an unbeatable location with its easy accessibility to all points in New England, two interstate highways, and public transportation via bus, train, and commuter rail. There is also easy service to and from Logan Airport via Logan Express.

Woburn was incorporated as a town in 1642. 

Some Woburn fun facts:

Woburn is the birthplace of Anglo-American scientist Benjamin Thompson, a.k.a. Count Rumford, who made great contributions to the nascent science of thermodynamics.

Woburn is home to "America's Oldest Active Gun Club", the Massachusetts Rifle Association which was founded in 1875 and moved to Woburn in 1876.

Woburn is the setting for the 1998 film A Civil Action, starring John Travolta and Robert Duvall, which is based on a book by Jonathan Harr. It is the true life story of a water contamination crisis, uncovered by Anne Anderson, in Woburn in the 1970s involving W. R. Grace and Company, and the lawsuit around it.

Charles Goodyear lived in Woburn.