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From the North: After crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, follow signs for CA-1 South. Drive through Golden Gate Park and turn right onto Lincoln Way at the exit of the Park. Immediately merge into the left lane and turn left onto 20th Ave. Go one block and make a left at Irving St. Merge into the left turn lane and turn left onto 19th Ave. Make a right turn at Lincoln Way. After about 1 mile turn right onto 4th Ave. At the top of the hill at the T-intersection, turn left onto Parnassus Ave. Our center will be on the left marked with an entry walkway lined by trees and a large wooden fence. From the South: Take 280N, merge onto CA-1 toward the Golden Gate Bridge, turn right onto Lincoln Way and Golden Gate Park will be on the left. After about 1 mile turn right onto 4th Ave. At the top of the hill at the T-intersection, turn left onto Parnassus Ave. Our center will be on the left marked with an entry walkway lined by trees and a large wooden fence.

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