232 Main Street, Port Washington, NY 11050
(516) 767 - 6444
Landmark on Main Street
DescriptionThe Landmark on Main Street is located at 232 Main Street, Port Washington, NY. A paved parking lot with several handicapped spaces is just outside the main entrance. Street level, double doors open to an entry level. There are then six steps to get up to the theater lobby level. A lift is available if needed. Just ask an usher for help.
The theater is wheelchair accessible. There are no steps to get to one's seat, just a wide aisle on an incline. Wheelchair seating is available at the back of the theater. Balcony seating is available, but one has to walk the stairs to get there.
There are two sets of restrooms. On the theater entrance level is a multi-stall, but not handicapped accessible, restroom. A single occupancy, handicapped accessible restroom requires walking up five steps or using the available lift.
Food is not available.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Doors: double doors
Number of floors: 2
Elevators: **none (chair lift)
Steps and staircases: several to theater level, also up to balcony
Width of aisles: roomy
Places to sit: no seats in lobby
Location of restrooms: ***
Type of restroom: ***
Ease of entry and exit: good
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant
Notes: *When we arrived all of the handicapped parking spaces were taken. The security guard pointed us to a reserved space saying it was OK to park there. So check!** Upon entering the building there are six steps up to theater lobby. A chair lift is available if needed, just ask an usher for help.*** The single occupancy, handicapped accessible restroom is up another 5 steps from the theater lobby. The chair lift is available for that as well. A multi-stall (but not handicapped accessible) restroom is located on theater entrance level.
Fond memories of our trip to New Orleans brought us to the Landmark on Main Street Theater in Port Washington for a Zydeco concert. Zydeco “blends blues, rhythm and blues and music indigenous to the Louisiana Creoles and the Native people of Louisiana.” says Wikipedia. It is a fun sound and one that makes you want to move.
The historic landmark building, once the Main Street School, is now home to senior housing, community rooms, and a 425-seat theater.
A paved parking lot with several handicapped spaces is just outside the street level, double door main entrance. Although all of the handicapped spaces were taken when we arrived, a kind security guard allowed us to park in one of the reserved spaces.
Once inside the main entrance we found six steps up to the theater level. If needed, a lift is available for use. Just ask one of the ushers for help.
The theater itself is wheelchair accessible. There are no steps. A wide incline gets you to all seats. There are areas set aside for wheelchair seating as well.
Balcony seating is available, but one must climb the stairs to get there.
There are two sets of restrooms. On the theater entrance level we found a multi-stall, but not handicapped accessible, restroom. A single occupancy, handicapped accessible restroom requires walking up five steps or using the available lift.
Once we were comfortably seated we were treated to two hours of authentic Cajun sounds with lots of bead throwing (if you’ve been to New Orleans you know what I mean), from “Terrance Simien and The Zydeco Experience.” What a fun performance!
Food is not available at this venue, but many good eating establishments can be found close by in Port Washington (check the Landmark’s website for some suggestions).
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to check a venue’s website, www.landmarkonmainstreet.org, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”