Churchill’s Britain: From the Antrim Coast to the Isle of Wight by Peter Clark is a very enjoyable travel guide to the sites and places across Britain and Ireland related to the life of Winston Churchill. Covering 146 locations, each described in short 1-2 page entries, the book includes the many places famously associated with Churchill (Blenheim Palace, 10 Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, the Cabinet War Rooms, Chartwell, and the House of Commons) as well as lesser known locations, such as Jermyn Street (location of Churchill’s shirtmaker), St. Margaret’s Churchill (where Winston and Clementine were married), and 105 Mount Street (Churchill’s first independent home). The entries are accompanied by eight maps, but there are no photographs or illustrations. When the pandemic is over and travel encouraged again, the Churchill enthusiast would do well to have Churchill’s Britain in hand as they visit Churchill sites across London and elsewhere in the UK and Ireland. Clark is the author of nine books.