585 North Broadway, Jericho, NY 11753
(516) 931 - 2201
DescriptionMilleridge Village is a quaint old time shopping village located near the Milleridge Inn in Jericho, Long Island. There are three designated handicapped parking spaces by the Carriage House in a very large paved parking lot. All spaces are close to the village. The open entrance to the Village is wide.
There are brick walkways leading to all of the shops, some are accessible at street level, some have a step or two to enter. (Flower shop - 1/2 step and then one step to enter: Bakery, Candy Shop- no steps: General Store - 1/2 step and ramp: Cafe and Christmas Shop - one step: Irish Shop - 2 steps) From the parking lot there are no steps to Santa's Workshop Buiding.
Seats, benches, and tables can be found in the square.
A single occupancy restroom is located inside Murphy's Cafe.
- Number of handicapped spaces: 3
Location of handicapped spaces: in front of carraige house
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Places to rest: chairs, benches
Paths and walkways: brick
Location of handicapped entrance: entrances to this outdoor village are street-level
Steps and staircases: some of the shops have a step or two to enter
Width of aisles: ample space outside - some of the shops are a bit "tight"
Places to sit: benches and chairs
Location of restrooms: in Murphy's Cafe
Type of restroom: single occupancy, not handicapped-accessible.
Ease of entry and exit: easy
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: cafe, bakery
Notes: This is an historic venue with some of the buildings more accessible than others.
Milleridge Village is located at the Milleridge Inn on Jericho Turnpike in Jericho, Long Island. It is practically in my backyard, but I had not been there in years.
On a beautiful Saturday night, after having dinner at a nearby restaurant, it was suggested that we go there for dessert. As we exited the car onto the paved parking lot, we heard music. We entered the village square and saw people waltzing to the sounds of a banjo band. The band members were festively dressed in red and white striped barbershop quartet attire. Besides the dancers, there were many people relaxing on chairs set out for this occasion.
Milleridge Village is a quaint place reminiscent of bygone days. There are brick pathways to the shops surrounding the square. The…”traditional shops echoing Long Island’s beginnings include a bakery, florist, toy and gift shops.” (website) Benches and tables with chairs and a gazebo are right in front. At the bakery we got coffee and delicious cookies to eat while listening to the music. Murphy’s Cafe has ice cream and other food items. A single occupancy restroom without handrails is located inside. We spent a very pleasant hour in a quaint old time village.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.milleridge.com, when planning a trip, to “know before you go.”
Update: December 2, 2018 – We went for a holiday visit after someone contacted us regarding the entrances to the shops. It is quite true that not all of the shops have street-level entrances. Take a look at our description to get the correct information. We are truly sorry to have given incorrect information.