THE WAYLAND DEPOT is a charitable organization established and incorporated in the state of Massachusetts in 1980, and is a member of the Women’s Federated Exchanges.

Wayland Depot

The Wayland Depot
Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10-4. Closed on Sundays
Consignors should email for fall appointments.
This non-profit artisan consignment shop is located in a restored 1881 train station along the Mass Central-Wayside Rail Trail in Wayland Center.
One Cochituate Road, Wayland, MA 01778


The Wayland Depot is celebrating 43 years of volunteer service to the town. Staff are happy to help you select the perfect gift for the holidays, or any special event, or perhaps pick a creative piece of new jewelry for yourself.   Locally crafted wooden boxes, pottery pieces, handmade scarves along with Massachusetts maple products, local honey, chutney, salad dressing, books by local authors, and an assortment of Wayland Booster apparel can all be found at The Wayland Depot. A portion of the proceeds are donated to Wayland charities each year.

Handmade Items and Gifts

We have many wonderful handcrafted items and gifts made by local and regional artists. Find books by local authors, crafts by local artisans, baby gifts, hostess gifts, gifts for sports fans, and fabulous jewelry at the small all-volunteer-run gift shop that gives back to the community. New items come in every week.

The proceeds benefit other non-profits in Wayland with recent donations going to My Brother’s Table, (formerly Parmenter Food Pantry), Wayland Community Fund, Wayland Neighbor Brigade, Wayland Habitat for Humanity.

There are volunteer opportunities at the Depot too, so please consider volunteering your time, as it is a great way to make new friends.  The Wayland Depot is always looking for volunteers to fill two-hour shifts –  anyone interested should email for more information.