Spending a afternoon at Milleridge Village
Across the parking lot of The Milleridge Inn you can freely enter a tiny little village composed of different little stores. When you arrive, there is free parking between The Milleridge Inn and the Village.
From the parking lot we entered the village next to Milleridge Cafe and stumbled across their menu of shakes. It was surprisingly chilly when we went so we skipped out on ice cream but quickly saw there was a bakery!
Don’t skip out on lunch here! They have a awesome menu with a variety of foods and affordable prices! I highly recommend their bomb french toast made from the cinnamon bread at the bakery. Take a look at their menu here!
If you plan to visit around Thanksgiving or through the month of December, they do offer dinners that you can reserve ahead of time.
The Milleridge Cafe is closed on Monday, but open Tuesday 9am-5pm, Wednesday 9am-8pm, Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday & Saturday 9am-7pm, and Sunday 9pm-6pm.
*Friday, Saturday and Sunday ice cream only 5pm till closing time.
The Milleridge Bakery had to be my favorite thing about my visit! They offer delicious selection of cakes, breads, pies, and other treats that are prepared daily.
The Milleridge Bakery is closed on Monday, but open Tuesday 9am-5pm, Wednesday 9am-8pm, Thursday 9am - 5pm, Friday 9am- 7pm, Saturday 8am-7pm and Sunday 8am - 6pm.
Right next door is the General Store, filled with novelties and home decor! When coming here, this cute little store is a must! Get yourself some candy and continue exploring the little village.
The General Store is closed on Monday & Tuesdays, but open Wednesday 12pm - 8pm, Thursday 12pm- 5pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm-7pm, and Sunday 12pm-6pm.
If scary haunted houses aren’t your cup of tea but still want to do something fun during the spooky season I would suggest coming here!
All the activities will be open every weekend in October till the 27th from Friday 6pm-10pm, Saturday 1pm-11pm, and Sunday 12pm-6pm.
There sure is plenty of entertainment for such a small village, every weekend in October Milleridge Village is offering spooky rides, a pumpkin patch, face painting, a magician, a stilt walker and even a fire eater!
Trust me when I say there is lot of photo opportunities here! Take your picture at the Biohazard Gardens as the plant from the Little Shop of Horrors, on a stack of hay, or even next to Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas!
In conclusion I recommend coming by, we sure enjoyed the quaint little village just keep an eye out for the chickens that stroll around. We came just in time for their Halloween decorations, can’t wait to come back to see their Christmas decorations!
It’s important to note that all stores including the bakery and cafe are closed on Monday.
Address: The Milleridge Village, 585 N Broadway, Jericho, NY 11753
Price: Free admission. Rides & Attractions are priced-per-person.
Cash only accepted.