Allied Van Lines has seven agents serving the Odenton, Maryland, area. Our agents have an average rating of 4.88 out of 5 stars due to the high level of satisfaction among our past customers. Our agents know the Odenton area from Rock Avenue to Bluegrass Way and offer many different moving services to help you with each step of the process. We can even move you to Odenton, MD, from another part of the world with our international moving services. Our agents are able to provide packing supplies that will make it easy for you to pack up each room of your home.
Allied Van Lines has over 85 years of experience and has a strong reputation in the industry due to our quality service. We'll work to make it easy to relocate by coordinating with movers who can help with packing up your kitchen or unloading all of your belongings once you're in your new home. We also offer commercial moving services to keep your business running smoothly. Take advantage of our customized moving packages to ensure that you receive the specific services you need. Contact us today to learn more about the packages we offer and to speak with one of our agents.
If you're looking for a truly dedicated and safe moving company to bring you into Odenton, look no further than Allied Van Lines. We handle all kinds of moves from big to small and short to long distance with the care and efficiency you need for your move.
Call the Allied Van Lines moving company today so our agents can find you movers who can make your move to Odenton as efficient and painless as possible.
What a Move to Odenton Has to Offer
Odenton is located less than half an hour away from Annapolis, in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. The town is named after one-time governor of Maryland Oden Bowie and is a popular destination for those on their way to the military base to the West, Forte Meade. The town was formed in 1868 and was nicknamed, "The Town a Railroad Built," in honor of Baltimore Potomac Railroad which connects Baltimore and Washington D.C. At one time, Odenton's primary purpose was to house the George M. Murray Canning House, where local residents canned tomatoes for mass production. This historical building can still be found in Odenton today.
History buffs may be especially delighted with living in Odenton as the Murray Canning House is not the only historical building still standing in the long-lived small town. The Montpelier Mansion, a property built in the 1780's, which once played host to George Washington, still stands today. It has since been converted into a museum, offering daily tours. The National Cryptologic Museum is also in Odenton, which is dedicated to the National Security Agency and highlights artifacts and exhibits on code making and code breaking with interactive exercises for the public to enjoy and test out their coding skills with.
Odenton is not just filled with national history surrounding the American Military but with artistic history as well. Edgar Allen Poe's grave can be found in Odenton, Maryland, serving as a popular local landmark. The artistically inclined can also visit The Walters Art Museum, a historic tri-building gallery with artifacts and painting from some of the most famous artists throughout history. If outdoor museums are more your thing, you can head over to the American Visionary Art Museum, a smaller property with unusual or oddity-filled rotating exhibits by self-taught artists, complete with a garden and two sculpture plazas.
The Allied Van Lines Difference
Allied Van Lines offers more than overall safety or affordable pricing. We are also among the short list of moving companies who have an array of affordable services which make moving into Odenton as easy as possible. These services come from over 85 years of experience, and include:
- Transportation for cars and boats
- Short-term storage options
- Packing assistance from movers
- Provision of packing materials
Call the Allied Van Lines moving company today to see how we can bring you into Odenton as quickly and easily as possible.