Wenham is a small town 21 miles northeast of Boston with many open views of farm lands, lakes, woodlands and old stone walls that accompany its winding tree-lined roads. The people of Wenham are passionate about preserving the beauty & community feel of the town for future generations. Wenham has nearly 300 acres of parks, playgrounds and recreational lands. A walk along Wenham's main street provides a timeless picture of beautiful old homes, gardens and yards, and truly an example of New England small town life. The eastern end of Wenham is crossed by MA Route 128, with one exit within town. Route 1A crosses through the center of town. The Commuter train does not run through town but the Hamilton/Wenham line runs just north of town. Wenham is home to Gordon College, a private four-year Christian college. The majority of the schools in the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District are located in Hamilton. Only Buker Elementary School is located in Wenham. The Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School has been rated in the top 10% of public schools in the state.