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Living in Maryland is Great

Maryland is an awesome place to live. It has lots of culture, history, great beaches and wonderful parks. If you’re looking to move to Maryland, All My Sons Moving and Storage of Maryland is your moving company of choice. We’re family owned and locally operated, plus we’re backed up by four generations worth of moving experience. Once our Maryland movers have booked a job, they show up on time, prepared with all their moving equipment including their moving truck, packing supplies like extra tape and bubble wrap and quilt padding to protect your furniture and delicate items. All My Sons Moving and Storage of Maryland is licensed and insured and has a solid reputation in the Maryland community. Just ask around. So you can get more familiarized with this great city, we’ve put together a list of some of the most popular spots to visit in and around the area. Take a look and we’ll see you in Maryland soon.

Museums: The Baltimore Museum of Art’s outstanding collections include 90,000 works of art, with the largest holding of works in the world by Henri Matisse, masterpieces by Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne and Vincent Van Gogh. This museum is recognized for an impressive collection of art boasting examples of Abstract Expressionism, Minimalist Sculpture and Pop Art. If science is more of your interest, All My Sons of Maryland movers suggest you check out the Maryland Science Center. With tons of exhibits exploring dinosaurs and the human body, an Imax Theater and a planetarium, this place is truly worth its ticket price.

Art: If you’re into the arts, you’re in for a great surprise in Maryland. Here, the art reflects the state geographic and cultural diversity from Appalachian fiddle music in the West to African-American quilting on the lower Eastern shore to experimental performance and media arts in Baltimore and Washington DC. In Maryland and its surrounding areas, art is everywhere, from dance and film to sculptures and theater to photography and painting, it’s all there for tourists and locals to enjoy and immerse themselves in it. Great places to visit include the Baltimore Symphony, the Ballet Theatre of Maryland and Center Stage.

Boating: Maryland’s forests and parks offer ample opportunities for people who love nature and the great outdoors. Visitors can go canoeing, kayaking, even enjoy guided birdwatching excursions along the waterways. All My Sons of Maryland suggests the Janes Island Water Trail which is perfect for peaceful canoeing and is located among the 2,900 acres of the Janes Island State Park. There’s also the Patuxent River Water trail for self-guided adventures. Other popular parks include the Greenwell and Point Lookout.

Fishing: There’s plenty of fish in Maryland, offering its residents an enjoyable experience whether they’re beginners or pros. People can fish at the Assateague State Park which is Maryland’s only ocean park. And besides the fishing, visitors can enjoy swimming, sun-bathing and surfing. The Big Run State Park is also a popular fishing spot which offers camping grounds and where visitors can hunt and hike too. As you can see Maryland is a great place to live and just be. If you’re thinking of moving here or to its surrounding including Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington DC, McClean and Potomac, let All My Sons Moving and Storage of Maryland do the move for you. It will be your best and least stressful move to date.