Uptown New Orleans is a world unto itself, more like a separate village within the city rather than just a neighborhood. It is the largest neighborhood in the city, and is also the largest historic neighborhood in the United States listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with over 10,000 historic buildings of significance within. The area from Louisiana Avenue to Broadway is filled with a diverse population of residents, streetscapes of beautifully maintained homes of all sizes shaded by towering live oaks, and plentiful shops, restaurants and groceries. Two of the city’s biggest universities, Tulane and Loyola, are located here, as are some of New Orleans’ best parochial and private schools, making the area attractive to families. Magazine Street stretches the length of the neighborhood and is filled with busy local merchants. Audubon Park, the Audubon Zoo and the Fly are all fantastic locations for people to pass an afternoon, as is a ride on the St. Charles streetcar, named a National Historic Landmark in 2014.