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Come visit the Miller Caves with me ... virtually.

10 Milwaukee-area places to visit virtually right now

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Stay at home. It's less a request now than an order.

On Monday, Mayor Tom Barrett said, "You'll still be able to go out and take walks. You'll still be able to go for a jog if you want to go for a jog. What we're trying to do is send the message, a very strong message, an exclamation point ... about how serious this problem is."

But while you're at home, I'll help you see a bit of the Milwaukee area from your couch or dining room table.

Here are 10 places you can visit with me virtually, by clicking the links, where you'll find not only history, but tons of videos and sometimes video inside a variety of interesting places I've visited ...

Oriental Theatre

Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley Clocktower

Wind Point Lighthouse

Rufus King High School

Hoyt Park Great Hall

The former Vitucci's on North Avenue

Miller Brewing caves

Malteurop malting

Goldberg Mansion

Concordia University tunnels

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