2476 Swedesford Road
Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355
There are two building on the campus. The meeting will be held in the main building, which is the larger of the two. You will be able to enter the Unisys parking lot from Swedesford Road (look for the big, red Unisys sign). Please enter through the main entrance on the North side of the building.
Attendees can register at the door (for security purposes only), but Unisys has requested that we provide a list of as many attendees as possible prior to the event. If you plan to attend, we ask that you send an email to email@example.com, though this is not required.
A security guard will be at the front desk, and someone will escort you to the conference room where the meeting will be held.
After a meeting at Unisys, many attendees head over to TJ's Restaurant and Drinkery to continue the conversation over beer.
From the PA Turnpike:
Take exit 326 for Valley Forge (old exit number 24). Take US 202 South to the Great Valley exit, around 7 miles (PA Route 29 North). At the end of the ramp, turn right onto E. Swedesford Road. Look for the Red Unisys sign.
Take I-76 to US 202 South (exit 328A). Merge on to US 202 South and proceed as for the Turnpike directions, above.
From the south
Take US 202 North to the Great Valley exit (PA Route 29 North). Turn right at the end of the ramp (Matthews Road). Proceed to the intersection with PA-29 North and turn right. PA-29 North crosses an overpass above US 202. After the overpass, turn right on E. Swedesford Road. Proceed along Swedesford and look for the red Unisys sign.
If you would like more detailed driving directions or wish to view street maps
and satellite photos of the location, try Google Maps.
The Malvern and Paoli Septa R5 Exton stations (see the weekday schedule) are closest to the site, but they are not within convenient walking distance. If you would like to attend but can only use public transportation, please send a note to the PLUG discussion list and someone will probably be able to pick you up.
|Our site contact is Amul Shah, of the Unisys Linux Systems Group.|