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The Maryland Movers Present the Baltimore Museums

Baltimore is filled with great things to see and do, mainly impressive museums for all ages. If you’re thinking about moving into the area, let All My Sons of Maryland help you get familiar with everything you can experience, from the arts to science and more. And of course, let us handle your stress-free, hassle-free move when you’re ready thanks to our highly experienced Maryland moving crew. They’re professional and reliable not to mention, they’re backed by a licensed and insured local Maryland moving company, All My Sons of Maryland. Our Maryland movers have moved everything from heavy and cumbersome kitchen appliances to delicate mirrors and heavy pool tables. Our Maryland local movers have also handled business moves too. So, don’t worry, you’ll be in good hands and so will your personal belongings. Now, let’s have a look at these Baltimore Museums:

The Baltimore Museum of Industry was founded in 1977 in order to preserve the city’s rapidly disappearing industrial heritage. Here, you’ll find about 100,000 objects (images, records and artifacts) that document the life of the often overlooked people in history including workers, small business people and citizens who built America. The industries represented in this museum include baking, transportation, canning, metalworking, garment manufacturing, banking, ship-building and so much more. Plus, 6,000 tools, 50,000 light bulbs, 10,000 workplace fixtures and more. The Baltimore Museum of Industry is a nice look at the past.

Historic Ships in Baltimore Museum has the most impressive collections of military vessels in the world including the US Sloop-of-War Constellation, the US Submarine Torsk, the US Coast Guard Cutter Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. The museum also has artifacts, live canon firings and personal effects that belonged to the ships’ crews. You’ll encounter engine rooms, torpedo rooms, navigation stations, crew berthing areas and more.

 The American Visionary Art Museum has been raved as “… one of the most fantastic museums anywhere in America by CNN News. The 35,000 square-foot main building includes 6 galleries filled with art and the tall sculpture barn is pretty self-explanatory with towering sculptures and other exhibits. The museum has 4,000 pieces in its permanent collection and features traveling exhibitions that are constantly changing. Port Discovery

Children’s Museum: If you have younger children, this is the place to be. It’s filled with different events, special programs and exhibits , both permanent and visiting. From a realistic 50s diner complete with a cash register to The Oasis, a room where kids can relax and lounge in to a convenience store and more. Here, the entire family can spend quality time learning, discovering, exploring and playing. It’s educational and fun too.