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Uptown has many sites to offer, including the beautiful Audubon Park, Saint Charles Streetcar line, along with countless gorgeous historical homes.
Everyone agrees. Uptown’s got the looks in the family, bless its heart. Those handsome neighborhoods, like the St. Charles Avenue streetcar, trundle upriver, unfolding as a series of distinctive names: Oretha Castle Haley, The Garden District, Irish Channel, Riverside, the Black Pearl, Carrollton…
Quiet family area with lots of dog walkers and friendly neighbors. Lots of restaurants, cafes, bars and shopping on Freret, St Charles and Magazine Street. 8 blocks down to Marengo St and St Charles to ride the trolley through the Garden District to the French Quarter.
You can take a streetcar to tour Uptown New Orleans. Audubon Park and the zoo is located in this neighborhood. Many fine houses line St. Charles Avenue. There are many fine restaurants and music venues in this area of town.
Take a ride on the street car on St. Charles Avenue to see Uptown, the ‘American’ part of town with beautiful historic villas in the Garden District, shops and restaurants on Magazine street, Tulane and Loyola historic campuses, Audubon Park and Audubon ZOO.
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