Check Out These Attractions While Visiting Baltimore for WFCT™ 2014

July 23rd, 2014 by Editor

The 2014 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ (WFCT), set to be held October 7-9 at the Baltimore Convention Center and the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, has something for everyone! While the event will offer educational seminars, an exhibition hall and the attendee-favorite annual competitions, the city delivers an experience like no other.

Here are just a few places you can visit during your stay in Baltimore:

New for 2014!


Horseshoe Baltimore—This urban, two-story casino is expected to open in September 2014 and will be the second largest casino in Maryland with a 122,000 sq. ft. gaming floor. The multi-million development will feature VLTs, table games and a World Series of Poker room. A 20,000 sq. ft. “Baltimore Marketplace” featuring authentic Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges will round out the food and beverage offerings. A shuttle bus from downtown Inner Harbor will provide transportation for gaming fun and bring you back once you’ve beaten the house.


Historical Buildings:

Chesapeake Bay Bridge — More commonly known as the Bay Bridge, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge connects the Eastern Shore with the Western Shore.

Edgar Allen Poe House —This two-story house has been turned into a museum to honor the American writer, Edgar Allan Poe.

Fell’s Point — Boasting historic waterfront architecture and a nautical character, you’ll love to visit Baltimore’s Fell’s Point neighborhood for its trendy restaurants, shops and over 120 bars and pubs.

Monuments and Landmarks:

Camden Yards — Home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team, was named by TripAdvisor as the number three ballpark in the U.S. to visit.

Federal Hill — If you are looking for a place with a view, look no further. Federal Hill offers great views of downtown and the harbor.

U.S.S. Constellation — The last naval vessel from the Civil War that is still intact has been turned into a museum for guests to explore.


Museums and Art Galleries:

The American Visionary Art Museum has been named a national museum for self-taught art.

Tradestone Gallery — Specializing in Russian arts and crafts the Tradestone Gallery is known for its Russian lacquer box.

National Parks:

Canton Waterfront Park — Drive or boat to the harbor and enjoy a nice dinner at any of the restaurants on the water.

Riverside Park is a great destination for families and those looking to relax. With plenty of space, it is great for games as well as relaxing.


Botanical Gardens and Zoos:

The Clyburn Arboretum is a city park with trees, flowers and gardens. It is open daily and free of charge.

Maryland Zoo — The third oldest zoo in the country has been providing fun and entertainment for all ages for many years.

The National Aquarium — Located right in the Inner Harbor, their living collection includes over 17,000 animals from more than 750 species of fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals all residing in award-winning, naturalistic habitats.


The annual WFCT, once again sponsored by Window Film Magazine, will bring together all aspects of the window film industry. Automotive, architectural, decorative, security, paint protection films and more will be on display, discussed in seminars and incorporated within demonstrations and competitions.

Interested attendees can register online to receive the pre-registration pricing of $219 and save up to $30 versus registering onsite. The pre-registration discount ends September 15. Registration also is open for technicians interested in competing in any of the Tint-Off competitions, which include the Automotive, Architectural and, for the first time, Paint Protection Film Divisions. For further details on competition pricing and to register to compete in the Tint-Off, please click here.

WFCT will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center, just steps from the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards. Auto Glass Week™ will be held concurrently.

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