West Newton is a village of the City of Newton, Massachusetts and is one of the oldest of the thirteen Newton villages. The postal ("Zip") code 02465 roughly matches the village limits. West Newton is located in the north central part of Newton and is bordered by the town of Waltham on the north and by the villages of Auburndale on the west, Newton Lower Falls on the extreme southwest, Newtonville on the east, and Waban on the south. The West Newton train stop is located near a still-standing inn (now small shops) that served as a stagecoach stop. The station was destroyed in the construction of the Massachusetts Turnpike. West Newton Square, the town center of West Newton is home to many local businesses and venues. These include the historic West Newton Cinema, a small theatre that shows independent films, which was originally called the West Newton Theatre.