About AnachroCon

Danny Hansen - Crafty Celts

AnachroCon, founded in 2009, is the premier place in the Southern United States for people to celebrate Historical Reenacting, Alternate History, Steampunk, Sciences, Horror, Etiquette & Indulgence, Fashion, Fabrication, Literature & Media, Costuming and socialize with people of like minds.  We strive to bring you the best possible guests and experts in their respective fields so that you may leave the convention relaxed, educated, entertained and wanting more!

We are much more than a science fiction convention.  If you enjoy Steampunk Neo-Victorian fashions, Historical Reenacting, Time Travel stories, Classic Horror & Science Fiction, The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel or Esoteric studies then you will find programming of interest at AnachroCon.

We are dedicated to the principle of providing a safe social environment for the free exchange of ideas. We gather to interact, share, dance, and explore the possibilities of all things historical, alternately historical and fictional. We also strive to hold ourselves to the highest standards of decorum and education.

It is the policy of AnachroCon to present all possible sides of the historical record. This is necessary for those interested in History and Alternate History to pursue their interests.  This, by its very nature, can lead to controversial information being disseminated at the convention.  AnachroCon, LLC does not support or condone any singular interpretation of historical events but presents all views to its members so that they are empowered to make their own decisions.

AnachroCon is, and shall remain, a convention at which the possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

AnachroCon takes place the last weekend of February every year in Atlanta Georgia.
AnachroCon, LLC is a Georgia Corporation

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