Since Atlanta’s beginnings as an end-of-the-line railroad town named Terminus, the city has been the South’s transportation hub. Today as home to one of the world’s busiest airports, Atlanta is a global hub connecting international centers of culture and commerce. The diversity of the city’s economy and population creates a dynamic environment that supports both thriving businesses and the establishment of new homes. Numerous in-town neighborhoods provide a full spectrum of choices. The city has many entertainment options such as the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Carter Presidential Library and Museum, Zoo Atlanta, and much more. College and professional sports teams are abundant in Atlanta, and they attract loyal fans from all over the state. Numerous nationally-renowned higher education institutions are in the area. Overall, Atlanta has something to offer nearly every type of person.