The capital of The Peach State, Atlanta, Georgia is a bustling metropolitan in the South with a diverse culture and steeped in American history. When the clock strikes five, be sure to dedicate time to exploring this cultural hub and its surrounding communities. The National Center for Civil and Human Rights provides an emotional and educational experience, documenting the Civil Rights movement and the leaders, like Martin Luther King, Jr. who once called Atlanta home. Another museum, that doubles as an escape room, is the Trap Music Museum. Trap music, born in Atlanta and the genre of well-known artists like T.I. and Jeezy, showcases the memorabilia that honors the culture of hip-hop’s Trap music artists. Are you a fan of soul food? Just about every neighborhood in Atlanta has a restaurant that serves up that tantalizing homecooked Southern-style cuisine. Just like the city itself, the cuisine is a melting pot reflecting the diverse cultures that live in the ATL. Looking for more leisurely activities? Atlanta has over 300 parks and green spaces with walking, hiking, and biking trails throughout. We bet once you spend a few months living and working in Atlanta, you may not want to leave!