In the nervous system, the establishment and maintenance of neuronal polarization is crucial for correct development and function. This asymmetry is generated in response to intrinsic and extrinsic signaling molecules. Wnts proteins are known regulators of cell polarity and has also been shown to be a symmetry-breaking factor in proliferating cells. In this study, we set out to investigate the role of Wnt7b signaling in the polarization of hippocampal neurons. We previously showed that Wnt7b affects the establishment of neuronal polarity and axonal outgrowth since Wnt7b stimulated neurons evidenced an increase in axonal length. We then focused our attention on short time Wnt7b treatment analyzing tau-1 immunoreactivity after 6 h in vitro. Surprisingly, we found that neurons exposed to Wnt7b showed higher tau-1 reactivity, a typical feature of axons, compared to controls. After that, we observed that Wnt7b stimulated neurons developed longer and more complex axon at 20 HIV. To go further, we examined the intracellular signaling pathway triggered by Wnt7b. Thus, Wnt proteins may signal through canonical or non-canonical pathway to modulate neuronal development and maturation. Pharmacological inhibition of JNK mediated non-canonical pathway abolished Wnt7b axonal effects. Consistently, we then observed that Wnt7b treatment increases the JNK activity at the axonal growth cone. Later studies evidenced that Wnt7b also increases microtubule stability around 30% compared to controls.