Covid-19 updates in the City of Milwaukee 6/5/20
In a promising update from Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee moved in to Phase 3 of it's reopening plans on Friday 6/5/20. Under the current order businesses can be open at 50% capacity, childcare centers can operate at 50% capacity, public and private events are allowed at 25% capacity, and perhaps most exciting, bars and restaurants can open for indoor service at 25% capacity. Also good news with improving summer weather is that outdoor dining will be allowed with precautions and social distancing. Milwaukee is currently looking in to closing streets to allow for more outdoor dining.
With these developments we believe Milwaukee with still have a great summer and there will be plenty for our guests to see and do. An important part of our sightseeing bus tours is pointing out all of the wonderful locally owned restaurants, breweries, and shops that make Milwaukee unique. Some of our favorites include Lakefront Brewery and the Clock Shadow Creamery. Milwaukee also benefits from it's expansive park system and beautiful Lake Michigan waterfront allowing for plenty of outdoor activities. We will continue to visit outdoor art galleries and city parks on all our tours this summer.
Our new safety precautions include the fact that every tour will be private, hand sanitizer is available in the bus, the guide will wear a mask at all times, and the bus will be cleaned between every tour. Summer is just beginning in Wisconsin and we look forward to having you on one of our sightseeing tours soon!