venture out of (some place)

venture out of (some place)

To leave some place bravely, warily, or cautiously, as due to potential dangers, risks, or uncertainties. The sirens may have stopped blaring, but I wasn't about to venture out of my house until I knew for sure it was safe. We weren't allowed to venture out of the military compound unless we were accompanied by armed guards. What's the point of traveling all the way to Tokyo if you're not going to even venture out of the hotel?
See also: of, out, venture