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Directions to Adams Avenue
Directions to the heart of Normal Heights

Sign at the corner of Adams Avenue and Felton
Sign at the corner of Adams Avenue and Felton

From the South

15 North

  • Take 15 North to the Adams Avenue exit.
  • Turn left (West) for Normal Heights, Antique Row and University Heights
  • Turn right (East) for Kensington

805 North

  • Take 805 North to the El Cajon Blvd. exit.
  • Turn right onto El Cajon Blvd. Get into the left lane.
  • Turn left onto 33rd Street the first light).
  • Turn right onto Monroe.
  • Turn left onto Felton Street (The first left you can make)
  • Adams Avenue at Felton is about the center of Normal Heights.
  • Turn left for Antique Row and University Heights
  • Turn right for Kensington

From the North

805 South

  • Take 805 South to the Madison Avenue / Adams Avenue exit.
  • At the stop sign, turn right onto Ohio Street.
  • At Adams Avenue and Ohio Street you are in Antique Row.
  • Turn left for the rest of Antique Row and University Heights.
  • Turn right for Normal Heights and Kensington

15 South

  • Take 15 South to the Adams Avenue exit.
  • You will need to follow the sharp U-Turn to the right.
  • Turn left for Normal Heights, Antique Row and University Heights.
  • Turn right for Kensington.
 
 
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