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Top Arts and Culture Attractions in Maryland

Maryland is a Mid-Atlantic state where you can find diverse arts and culture scene reflecting African-American heritage, symphony orchestras, Shakespeare, sculptures, storytelling and woodcarvings. Sc...

Maryland is a Mid-Atlantic state where you can find diverse arts and culture scene reflecting African-American heritage, symphony orchestras, Shakespeare, sculptures, storytelling and woodcarvings. Score some cheap flight tickets and head to these wonderful places.

Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore: Get on a cheap flight to Baltimore and check out the world’s most extensive collection of Matisse at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The museum features over 90,000 pieces of art depicting modern and contemporary genre. Special events include Family Sundays, drop-in tours and other events.

AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center, Silver Spring: Movie buffs hold high regards for the American Film Institute and Montgomery County who joined hands to revamp this historic 1938 theater into a hi-tech art complex. Visitors can watch documentaries, cult movies and attend a foreign film festival.

Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury: Spanning across 12,000 square feet, Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art boasts of the world’s largest collection of decorative decoys and antiques. The museum features large area of theater space and gallery for wildfowl. Visitors get a chance to glance through some of the world’s most beautiful wildfowl wood carvings.

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Baltimore: Hop on a last minute flight to Baltimore and enjoy some of the finest Shakespeare performances. This company makes the rightful efforts to keep Shakespeare’s works alive by organizing numerous performances throughout the year.

Thrasher Carriage Museum, Cumberland:  The museum takes you back to the times when transportation was simpler. This restored 19th century warehouse features horse-drawn carriages, milk carts, sleighs, funeral wagons. Apart from it, there are various travel accessories such as charcoal feet warmers and bearskin lap covers that are housed in the museum.

Music at Penn Alps, Grantsville: Music buffs can enjoy some pop and classic music performances at the Great Hall, a division of the Penn Alps Restaurant and Crafts Shop complex. The performances are held on Saturday summer evenings.

Howard County Center of African American Culture, Columbia: The center showcases numerous pieces of artworks by local African-American artists and murals of Barack Obama. The center shelters artifacts displaying military contributions, African- American inventions and local leaders and families. The center is also home to a kid’s library and features vintage and contemporary music.      

Academy Art Museum, Easton: Nestled in the historic building of Easton’s first chartered school, Academy Art Museum organizes various events, workshops and exhibitions. The museum is frequented by more than 50,000 visitors in a year.

Museum of Rural Life, Denton: The residents of Caroline County solely relied on agriculture for their livelihood for over 3 centuries because of its land-locked geography. The museum features various historical dwellings from the time such as an 1819 merchant home, a 1795 wealthy planter home, a 1787 middling planter home and an 1824 log cabin.              

The Stoop Storytelling Series, Baltimore: Book your airline tickets to Baltimore and listen to a group of locals sharing their true and personal stories on a chosen theme. Till dateFree Articles, over 450 stories have been narrated describing the highs and lows of the city.

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Victor Martin is a Freelance Travel Writer.

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