This is the original Beit Olam Cemetery.
From Route 128: Take Exit 26 onto Route 20 West toward Weston/Marlboro. Go about 4.5 miles to the intersection of Route 20 and Routes 126/27. Take a right onto Route 27 North and then bear left at the fork.
Follow Route 27 north for about one-half mile, and look for a colonial-style sign that reads “First Town Center,” then turn right into the Wayland North Cemetery. Follow the cemetery roadway to the right until you see the gates that mark the entrance to Beit Olam.
This is the newer cemetery, Beit Olam East.
From Route 128: Take Exit 26 onto Route 20 West toward Weston/Marlboro. Go about 4.5 miles to the intersection of Route 20 and Routes 126/27. Take a right onto Route 27 North and then bear right at the fork.
Follow Route 126 north for less than one-half mile, and look for the sign on the left that reads “Beit Olam East Cemetery.” Turn left into the winding entry road into the east end of the cemetery and up a hill.
"I am a Jewish woman who lives in Wayland. Last fall, my father who lived in the Chicago area, passed away....I am just getting started with the process of planning and purchasing a monument for him. I recently visited the Beit Olam Cemetery in Wayland to get some ideas for the design of my dad's monument. I was thoroughly impressed by each and every monument at Beit Olam. They were all, without exception, beautiful and tasteful. Thank you!"