350+ Best Trivia Questions and Answers [2024 Edition]

Mirna Cacic By Mirna Cacic Updated: April 11, 2024 Updated: Apr 11, 2024

Are you a trivia quiz buff? Or maybe you’re looking to create your own trivia quiz? After some thorough research, we’ve come up with the best of the best trivia questions.

There’s 350+ questions in our collection covering a wide range of topics, including food and drink, geography, fashion, and more. We’ve also included easy and hard questions, kid-friendly questions, and general knowledge questions. Can you answer them all? Test your knowledge and find out.

Trivia Question Categories

These are the trivia categories we will cover:

  1. Easy trivia questions
  2. Hard trivia questions
  3. Funny trivia questions
  4. General knowledge trivia questions 
  5. Kid-friendly trivia questions
  6. Technology & science trivia questions
  7. Pop culture trivia questions
  8. Cars & sports trivia questions
  9. Health & cooking trivia questions
  10. Geography & history trivia questions
  11. Music & literature trivia questions
  12. Fashion & design trivia questions
  13. Law & politics trivia questions
  14. Animal trivia questions
  15. Business trivia questions
  16. Game & riddles trivia questions
  17. Religion & culture trivia questions

Easy Trivia Questions

Get your trivia quiz off to a flying start with this easy list of trivia questions that are perfect for beginners. 

  1. Which famous play features a character named Romeo?
    Answer: Romeo and Juliet 
  2. What is the largest mammal in the world?
    Answer: Blue whale
  3. What is the main ingredient in guacamole?
    Answer: Avocado 
  4. Who is known as the “Father of the United States” and the first President of the country?
    Answer: George Washington 
  5. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
    Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
  6. What popular ice cream flavor is typically made with crushed cookies?  
    Answer: Cookies and Cream
  7. What is the name of the largest ocean on Earth?
    Answer: Pacific Ocean 
  8. What famous music group was John Lennon a part of before pursuing a solo career?
    Answer: The Beatles 
  9. In the story of Snow White, how many dwarfs are there?
    Answer: Seven
  10. Who is the king of the gods in Greek mythology?
    Answer: Zeus 
  11. What do bees collect to make honey?
    Answer: Nectar
  12. In what galaxy is our solar system located?
    Answer: Milky Way
  13. Which planet is known as the “Blue Planet”?
    Answer: Earth
  14. Which geometric shape has four equal sides and four right angles?
    Answer: Square
  15. What is the main ingredient in the dish sushi?
    Answer: Rice

Hard Trivia Questions

Put your audience to the test with some tougher trivia questions, and see who comes out as the true trivia champion.

hard trivia questions
  1. What is the capital city of Mongolia?
    Answer: Ulaanbaatar
  2. What is the rarest blood type among humans?
    Answer: AB-negative
  3. How many wives did King Henry VIII have?
    Answer: Six
  4. In which year did Serena Williams win her first Grand Slam singles title?
    Answer: 1999 (US Open)
  5. In what year and in which city were the first modern Olympic Games held?
    Answer: 1896 in Athens, Greece
  6. What is the specific term used to describe a type of sandstorm characterized by strong winds carrying a wall of dust and sand, reducing visibility and causing hazardous conditions? 
    Answer: Haboob
  7. Benjamin Franklin was a key figure in the drafting of the United States Constitution. Which state did he represent during the Constitutional Convention in 1787?
    Answer: Pennsylvania
  8. Before founding Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg created a website that allowed users to compare the attractiveness of two people side by side. What was the name of this website? 
    Answer: Facemash
  9. In the early 20th century, a soft drink named “Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda” was known for containing lithium. Which company later acquired this beverage and transformed it into a popular lemon-lime soft drink we know today?
    Answer: Coca-Cola Company (they rebranded it as 7UP)
  10. What is the capital city of Bhutan?
    Answer: Thimphu
  11. In mathematics, what is the name for a number that is not a prime number and has more than two factors?
    Answer: Composite number
  12. Who is the Greek god of war and son of Zeus and Hera?
    Answer: Ares
  13. What is the scientific term for the “little brain” at the base of the brain that coordinates movement and balance?
    Answer: Cerebellum
  14. What is the chemical symbol for the element mercury?
    Answer: Hg
  15. What is the name of the largest moon of Jupiter?
    Answer: Ganymede

Funny Trivia Questions

Give your audience a break from the usual trivia questions with ones that are both unexpected and hilarious.  

  1. What is the term for a group of flamingos?
    Answer: Flamboyance
  2. What is the only planet that rotates on its side?
    Answer: Uranus
  3. What is the world record for the longest hiccupping spree?
    A. 68 years
    B. 50 years
    C. 82 years
    Answer: A. 68 years 
  4. What is the official animal of Scotland?
    Answer: Unicorn
  5. What animal is known to laugh and has been proven to have a sense of humor?
    Answer: Rats
  6. What fruit is known as the “king of fruits” and is banned in many hotels and public transportation in Southeast Asia due to its strong smell?
    Answer: Durian 
  7. What is the fear of clowns called?
    Answer: Coulrophobia
  8. What animal’s milk is pink?
    Answer: Hippopotamus
  9. What is the northernmost capital city in the world?
    Answer: Reykjavik, Iceland
  10. In what year did the Great Fire of London occur?
    Answer: 1666

General Knowledge Trivia Game Questions

Looking for a mix of everything? Here’s a comprehensive list of general trivia questions for adults that cover a wide range of topics. 

  1. In what year did the Berlin Wall fall?
    Answer: 1989
  2. What is the capital city of Brazil?
    Answer: Brasília
  3. Who wrote “Pride and Prejudice”?
    Answer: Jane Austen
  4. Who is known as the “Father of Modern Physics”?
    Answer: Albert Einstein
  5. Which mountain range is the longest in the world?
    Answer: The Andes 
  6. What is the largest island in the world?
    Answer: Greenland 
  7. What is the chemical symbol for silver?
    Answer: Ag
  8. Who painted “The Persistence of Memory”?
    Answer: Salvador Dali 
  9. What is the largest bone in the human body?
    Answer: Femur
  10. Before becoming President, Barack Obama served as a U.S. Senator from which state?
    Answer: Illinois
  11. In which year did the Titanic sink?
    Answer: 1912
  12. What is the capital city of Argentina?
    Answer: Buenos Aires
  13. Who painted the famous artwork “The Last Supper”?
    Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
  14. In which year did World War II end?
    Answer: 1945
  15. What is the currency of Japan?
    Answer: Japanese Yen

Kid-Friendly Trivia Questions

Engage your students in a lively and educational experience with these exciting kid-friendly trivia game questions. From Disney characters to fascinating facts, these questions are sure to make learning enjoyable and memorable. 

  1. What is the name of the little mermaid in the Disney movie?
    Answer: Ariel
  2. What animal is known for its long neck and spots on its body?
    Answer: Giraffe
  3. What is the name of the toy cowboy in the movie “Toy Story”?
    Answer: Woody
  4. What do you call a group of fish?
    Answer: School
  5. In what season do leaves fall off the trees?
    Answer: Autumn/Fall
  6. How many colors are there in a rainbow?
    Answer: Seven
  7. What animal is known for its ability to change color to match its surroundings?
    Answer: Chameleon
  8. What animal is known for hopping and has a pouch to carry its young?
    Answer: Kangaroo 
  9. In what fairy tale does a pumpkin turn into a carriage?
    Answer: Cinderella
  10. What animal is known for its long trunk and large ears?
    Answer: Elephant
  11. What is the name of Mickey Mouse’s dog?
    Answer: Pluto
  12. Which planet is known as the “Red Planet”?
    Answer: Mars
  13. What is the main color of the Smurfs?
    Answer: Blue
  14. In the nursery rhyme, who had a farm with a dog named BINGO?
    Answer: Old MacDonald
  15. Which bird can repeat words and phrases that it hears, often kept as a pet?
    Answer: Parrot

Technology & Science Trivia Questions

Technology Trivia Questions

These trivia questions focus on cellular phones, operating systems, the history of the computer, and social media.

  1. What year was the very first model of the iPhone released?
    Answer: 2007
  2. What’s the shortcut for the “copy” function on most computers?
    Answer: ctrl c
  3. What is often seen as the smallest unit of memory?
    Answer: kilobyte
  4. Is Java a type of OS?
    Answer: No
  5. Who is often called the father of the computer?
    Answer: Charles Babbage
  6. What does “HTTP” stand for?
    Answer: HyperText Transfer Protocol
  7. What is the name of the man who launched eBay back in 1995?
    Answer: Pierre Omidyar
  8. Which email service is owned by Microsoft?
    Answer: Hotmail
  9. Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Explorer are different types of what?
    Answer: Web browsers
  10. What was Twitter’s original name?
    Answer: twttr
  11. Which programming language is often used for developing Android applications?
    Answer: Java
  12. What is the name of the open-source operating system created by Linus Torvalds?
    Answer: Linux
  13. In the context of email, what does “CC” stand for?
    Answer: Carbon Copy
  14. In computing, what does “CPU” stand for?
    Answer: Central Processing Unit
  15. Which company developed the first commercially available computer mouse?
    Answer: Xerox

Science Trivia Questions

This part focuses on the weather, planets, and elements. Think you can answer all the trivia questions correctly? Try these questions!

  1. Who discovered penicillin?
    Answer: Alexander Fleming
  2. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)?
    Answer: Marie Curie
  3. What part of the atom has no electric charge?
    Answer: Neutron
  4. What is the symbol for potassium?
    Answer: K
  5. What is meteorology the study of?
    Answer: The weather
  6. Which planet is the hottest in the solar system?
    Answer: Venus
  7. Which natural disaster is measured with a Richter scale?
    Answer: Earthquakes
  8. What animals are pearls found in?
    Answer: Oysters
  9. Which planet has the most gravity?
    Answer: Jupiter
  10. How many molecules of oxygen does ozone have?
    Answer: Three

Pop Culture Trivia Questions

Comics Trivia Questions

The following questions cover the two biggest superhero comic houses in the world – Marvel and DC.

  1. What is Hawkeye’s real name?
    Answer: Clint Barton
  2. Which Avenger is the only one who could calm the Hulk down?
    Answer: Black Widow
  3. Night Crawler, member of the X-Men, has what kind of powers?
    Answer: Can teleport
  4. Which infinity stone was located on Vormir?
    Answer: Soul Stone
  5. Which original Avenger was not in the first few movies?
    Answer: The Wasp
  6. What was Superman’s birth name?
    Answer: Kal-El
  7. What is the name of Batman’s butler?
    Answer: Alfred
  8. Aquaman is from which city under the sea?
    Answer: Atlantis
  9. Who is Green Lantern’s nemesis?
    Answer: Sinestro
  10. What does DC stand for?
    Answer: Detective Comics

Movies & TV Questions

The trivia game questions are all entertainment-based? Are you a big enough movie and TV fan to answer them all?

  1. What is the name of the song that Queen Elsa sings as she builds her ice castle in the movie Frozen?
    Answer: Let It Go
  2. How many films did Sean Connery play James Bond in?
    Answer: Seven
  3. Which Indiana Jones movie was released back in 1984?
    Answer: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
  4. How many Lord of the Rings films are there?
    Answer: Three
  5. What was the name of the actor who played Jack Dawson in Titanic?
    Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio
  6. Which popular TV show featured house Targaryen and Stark?
    Answer: Game of Thrones
  7. What was the name of the family who starred in 7th Heaven?
    Answer: The Camdens
  8. Which cartoon character lives in a pineapple under the sea?
    Answer: Spongebob Squarepants
  9. In what year was the first episode of South Park aired?
    Answer: 1997
  10. Who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the 2020 film “Joker”?
    Answer: Joaquin Phoenix
  11. In the movie “Forrest Gump,” what famous phrase does Forrest’s mother say life is like?
    Answer: “Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re gonna get.”
  12. Which animated film features a character named Simba and includes the song “Circle of Life”?
    Answer: The Lion King
  13. Who directed the 1994 film “Pulp Fiction”?
    Answer: Quentin Tarantino
  14. In the movie “The Shawshank Redemption,” what is the name of the main character played by Tim Robbins?
    Answer: Andy Dufresne
  15. In the movie “Casablanca,” what famous line does Humphrey Bogart’s character Rick Blaine say to Ilsa Lund, played by Ingrid Bergman?
    Answer: “Here’s looking at you, kid.”

Questions About Stars, Celebrities & Influencers

These superstar questions ask about the hottest names in Hollywood and on the internet.

  1. Which actor appeared in films “Face Off” and “Ghost Rider”?
    Answer: Nicholas Cage
  2. Who played Wolverine?
    Answer: Hugh Jackman
  3. Which actress won the Oscar for Best Actress in 2003?
    Answer: Nicole Kidman
  4. The Young Victoria was played by which British actress?
    Answer: Emily Blunt
  5. How old was Coco Gauff when she first beat Venus Williams?
    Answer: 15
  6. In which year did Usain Bolt set his 100m in 9.58 seconds world record?
    Answer: 2009
  7. How many times had Rafael Nadal won the French Open by March 2020?
    Answer: 12
  8. When Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, how many NBA Championships did he win?
    Answer: Six
  9. Who did Forbes name the youngest self-made billionaire in 2019?
    Answer: Kylie Jenner
  10. Which Dutch makeup artist came out as being transgender in 2020?
    Answer: De Jager

Performing Arts Trivia Questions

These questions shine a spotlight on the performing arts, i.e. theatre, musicals, and dance. After all, the show must go on.

  1. Who played Anita in the first Broadway production of West Side Story?
    Answer: Chita Rivera
  2. In which US city is Broadway located?
    Answer: New York City
  3. What is the longest-running Broadway show?
    Answer: The Phantom of the Opera
  4. Which show is the highest-grossing production on Broadway ever?
    Answer: The Lion King
  5. In what year was Broadway established?
    Answer: 1750
  6. In which period did ballet originate?
    Answer: Italian Renaissance
  7. During which time of the year is the Nutchracker primarily performed?
    Answer: During Christmas season
  8. What French ballet term means ‘in front’?
    Answer: Devant
  9. Who was the greatest male ballet dancer of the early 20th century?
    Answer: Vaslav Nijinsky
  10. What is a plié in ballet?
    Answer: Bending at the knees

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Cars & Sports Questions

Auto Trivia Questions

These trivia questions are all about the automotive world including its history and modern advancements.

  1. Who is often credited with creating the world’s first car?
    Answer: Karl Benz
  2. Which animal can be seen on the Porsche logo?
    Answer: Horse
  3. Which companies are part of the Big Three?
    Answer: General Motors, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, and Ford Motor Company
  4. Which company owns Bugatti, Lamborghini. Audi, Porsche, and Ducati?
    Answer: Volkswagen
  5. Which auto brand was the first to offer seat belts?
    Answer: Nash Motors
  6. What does BMW stand for (in English)?
    Answer: Bavarian Motor Works
  7. What or who is the Ford Mustang named after?
    Answer: A fighter plane from WWII
  8. How many parts (screws and bolts included) does the average car have?
    Answer: 30, 000
  9. Which car is often called the first muscle car?
    Answer: The Pontiac GTO
  10. In what year was the Corvette introduced?
    Answer: 1953

Sports Trivia Questions

This trivia section deals with record-breaking athletes and the history and rules of sports.

  1. How many soccer players should each team have on the field at the start of each match?
    Answer: 11
  2. When Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, how many NBA Championships did he win?
    Answer: Six
  3. Which Williams sister has won more Grand Slam titles?
    Answer: Serena
  4. What country won the very first FIFA World Cup in 1930?
    Answer: Uruguay
  5. In what year was the first-ever Wimbledon Championship held?
    Answer: 1877
  6. Which racer holds the record for the most Grand Prix wins?
    Answer: Lewis Hamilton
  7. Which Jamaican runner is an 11-time world champion and holds the record in the 100 and 200-meter race?
    Answer: Usain Bolt
  8. Which boxer was known as “The Greatest” and “The People’s Champion”?
    Answer: Muhammad Ali
  9. What sport was Jesse Owens involved in?
    Answer: Track and field
  10. Which hockey team did Wayne Gretzky play for in the ‘80s?
    Answer: Edmonton Oilers

Health & Cooking Trivia Questions

Food & Drink Trivia Questions

This trivia quiz questions and answers section is all about mouth-watering cuisine from around the world.

  1. What is the common name for dried plums?
    Answer: Prunes
  2. What name does deer meat go by?
    Answer: Venison
  3. What other name does “corn” go by?
    Answer: Maize
  4. What’s the primary ingredient in hummus?
    Answer: Chickpeas
  5. Which country produces the most coffee in the world?
    Answer: Brazil
  6. Which country invented tea?
    Answer: China
  7. Which kind of alcohol is Russia notoriously known for?
    Answer: Vodka
  8. What is the national dish of Spain?
    Answer: Paella
  9. Which European nation was said to invent hot dogs?
    Answer: Germany
  10. Which country is responsible for giving us pizza and pasta?
    Answer: Italy
  11. What is the main ingredient in the Vietnamese soup pho?
    Answer: Rice noodles
  12. What is the name of the Italian dessert made with coffee-soaked ladyfingers and mascarpone cheese?
    Answer: Tiramisu
  13. What is the primary ingredient in the popular Japanese dish tempura?
    Answer: Battered and fried seafood or vegetables
  14. Which popular soft drink was originally created as a medicine in the 19th century?
    Answer: Coca-Cola
  15. Which country is famous for its chocolate and is home to brands like Lindt and Toblerone?
    Answer: Switzerland

Health Trivia Questions

These trivia questions focus on health, diseases, fitness, and the body’s systems, organs, and anatomy.

  1. Which organ has four chambers?
    Answer: The heart
  2. In which body part can you find the femur?
    Answer: Leg
  3. What is your body’s largest organ?
    Answer: The skin
  4. What kind of cells are found in the brain?
    Answer: Neurons
  5. Which bone are babies born without?
    Answer: Knee cap
  6. About how many taste buds does the average human tongue have?
    Answer: 10,000
  7. What percentage of our bodies is made up of water?
    Answer: 60-65%
  8. Which element is said to keep bones strong?
    Answer: Calcium
  9. What does the acronym AIDS stand for?
    Answer: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
  10. How many times does the heartbeat per day?
    Answer: About 100,000

Geography & History Trivia Questions

Geography Trivia Questions

These trivia questions will take you on a tour around the world. Just how much do you know about each country?

  1. What is the name of the thin and long country that spans more than half of the western coast of South America?
    Answer: Chile
  2. Which American state is the largest (by area)?
    Answer: Alaska
  3. Which two countries share the longest international border?
    Answer: Canada and the USA
  4. What is the smallest country in the world?
    Answer: Vatican City
  5. Which continent is the largest?
    Answer: Asia
  6. Which of the Seven Wonders is located in Egypt?
    Answer: The Pyramids of Giza
  7. What is the capital of New Zealand?
    Answer: Wellington
  8. Which desert is the largest in the world?
    Answer: The Sahara Desert (although Antarctica, which is larger, might qualify as a desert as well)
  9. What is the name of the world’s longest river?
    Answer: The Nile
  10. Which city in India would you find the Taj Mahal in?
    Answer: Agra
  11. What is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea?
    Answer: Sicily
  12. Which river runs through the Grand Canyon?
    Answer: Colorado River
  13. Which country is known as the Land of the Rising Sun?
    Answer: Japan
  14. Which African country is known as the “Pearl of Africa”?
    Answer: Uganda
  15. Which Asian river is considered the longest?
    Answer: Yangtze River

History Trivia Questions

This section of trivia questions deals with three different periods in human history. How much do you really know about the past?

  1. By what name were the Egyptian kings/rulers known?
    Answer: Pharaohs
  2. How many Pyramids of Giza were made?
    Answer: Three
  3. Who which queen was Julius Caesar involved with?
    Answer: Cleopatra
  4. Where did the Franks settle after defeating the Romans?
    Answer: Gaul
  5. How long did the Middle Ages last?
    Answer: About 1000 years
  6. Which religion dominated the Middle Ages?
    Answer: Catholicism
  7. In which year World War I begin?
    Answer: 1914
  8. In which country Adolph Hitler was born?
    Answer: Austria
  9. John F. Kennedy was assassinated in which city?
    Answer: Dallas
  10. On Sunday 18th June 1815, which famous battle took place?
    Answer: The Battle of Waterloo
  11. What event marked the beginning of World War I?
    Answer: The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  12. Who was the leader of the Soviet Union during World War II?
    Answer: Joseph Stalin
  13. What ancient wonder was located in the city of Alexandria in Egypt?
    Answer: The Lighthouse of Alexandria
  14. Who was the famous nurse known for her work during the Crimean War and is considered the founder of modern nursing?
    Answer: Florence Nightingale
  15. What was the name of the ship that brought the Pilgrims to America in 1620?
    Answer: The Mayflower

Music & Literature Trivia Questions

Music Trivia Game Questions

The music trivia questions below will test your knowledge about songs and artists across many genres. Stay tuned…

  1. What was the name of the group Justin Timberlake used to be part of?
    Answer: N’ SYNC
  2. What was the name of the rock band formed by Jimmy Page?
    Answer: Led Zeppelin
  3. Which country did AC/DC originate in?
    Answer: Australia
  4. What genre of music did Taylor Swift start in?
    Answer: Country
  5. Who was the lead singer of the iconic ‘80s band, Culture Club?
    Answer: Boy George
  6. Which name is rapper Sean Combs better known by?
    Answer: P. Diddy
  7. Which musical legend is Jay-Z married to?
    Answer: Beyonce
  8. How many Grammys does John Legend have?
    Answer: Ten
  9. Which British girl group had a member by the name of Mel B?
    Answer: Spice Girls
  10. Who is often referred to as the “King of Pop” and is known for iconic hits like “Thriller” and “Billie Jean”?
    Answer: Michael Jackson

Mythology Trivia Questions

How much do you know about the writings of the past? Test your knowledge about Greek, Norse, Roman, and Egyptian mythologies.

  1. What is the name of the home of the Greek Gods?
    Answer: Olympus
  2. Which warrior’s weakness was their heel?
    Answer: Achilles
  3. Who was the messenger of the gods?
    Answer: Hermes
  4. What’s the name of the paradise warriors go to after death?
    Answer: Valhalla
  5. Thor was the son of which God?
    Answer: Odin
  6. Romulus and Remus were raised by what animal?
    Answer: A she-wolf
  7. The Roman God of War inspired the name of which planet?
    Answer: Mars
  8. What was the name of the Egyptian God of the Sun?
    Answer: Ra
  9. Anubis, the God of Death, had the head of a…
    Answer: Jackal
  10. Set throws Osiris into which river, after tricking him into a coffin?
    Answer: The Nile

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Modern Literature Trivia Questions

This section of questions deals with famous modern authors and their books. Are you a bookworm? Let’s find out!

  1. What author became famous for his six-volume biography of Lincoln?
    Answer: Carl Sandburg
  2. Who wrote “Old Man and The Sea” and is considered one of the greatest writers of the 20thcentury?
    Answer: Ernest Hemingway
  3. What Danish author is considered by many to be the most prolific fairy tale writer?
    Answer: Hans Christian Andersen
  4. Who is the writer of “Merchant of Venice”?
    Answer: William Shakespeare
  5. “Adventure of Sherlock Holmes” was written by which writer?
    Answer: Arthur Conan Doyle
  6. What is the name of the fourth book in the Harry Potter series?
    Answer: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  7. The Hunger Games series was written by which author?
    Answer: Suzanne Collins
  8. Which country is Aesop’s Fables believed to originate in?
    Answer: Greece
  9. In Herman Melville’s novel “Moby Dick,” who was the loyal, reasonable first mate?
    Answer: Starbuck
  10. The book “Da Vinci Code,” was written by whom?
    Answer: Dan Brown
  11. Who wrote the novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude”?
    Answer: Gabriel García Márquez
  12. Who wrote the classic children’s book “Charlotte’s Web”?
    Answer: E.B. White
  13. What is the title of the classic Greek epic attributed to Homer, telling the story of the Trojan War?
    Answer: The Iliad
  14. What is the name of the protagonist in Jules Verne’s “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”?
    Answer: Captain Nemo
  15. Who wrote the gothic novel “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus”?
    Answer: Mary Shelley

Design & Fashion Trivia Questions

Fashion Trivia Questions

This group of questions explores everything from the history of fashion to popular fashion brands.

  1. Who is seen as the most famous female American fashion icon of the 1960’s?
    Answer: Jacqueline Kennedy
  2. The American designer born in 1939 as Ralph Lifshitz is better known as what?
    Answer: Ralph Lauren
  3. According to the commercial, “what is the fabric of our lives”?
    Answer: Cotton
  4. Who invented the LBD (little black dress)?
    Answer: Coco Chanel
  5. Parkers, trenches, bombers and peas are types of what winter outerwear?
    Answer: Coats
  6. What fashion fad did the 1983 film “Flashdance” make popular?
    Answer: Legwarmers
  7. The fashion designer, Gianni Versace, came from which country?
    Answer: Italy
  8. When was the company Nike founded?
    Answer: 1971
  9. What animal is on Levi’s logo?
    Answer: Horse
  10. Which fashion brand made the “Genius Jeans” that became part of the Guinness World Records?
    Answer: Gucci
  11. What is the name of the red carpet event where celebrities showcase their designer outfits, often considered the Oscars of fashion?
    Answer: The Met Gala
  12. In the fashion world, what does “Haute Couture” refer to?
    Answer: High-end, custom-made fashion
  13. What is the traditional Scottish fabric pattern often seen in kilts and other clothing items?
    Answer: Tartan or plaid
  14. Which Italian fashion designer is famous for his colorful and bold prints, particularly in silk scarves?
    Answer: Emilio Pucci
  15. What is the name of the French luxury fashion house known for its monogrammed handbags and luggage?
    Answer: Louis Vuitton

Interior & Exterior Design Trivia Questions

This section of questions will quiz you on everything from famous buildings to the furniture in your home.

  1. What is the tallest building in the world?
    Answer: Burj Khalifa
  2. When did construction on the Empire State building started?
    Answer: 1929
  3. Who designed the Sydney Opera House?
    Answer: Jorn Utzon
  4. Between 1933 to 1947, the Hoover Dam was called what?
    Answer: Boulder Dam
  5. Where can you find the Petronas Towers?
    Answer: Kuala Lumpur
  6. Who invented the bidet?
    Answer: Christophe Des Rosiers
  7. What is the smallest size bed available in the United States?
    Answer: Twin
  8. Stripes, chevron, floral, and plaid are examples of what?
    Answer: Patterns
  9. What design style uses lots of sea/ocean themed items?
    Answer: Nautical
  10. What’s another name for a footrest?
    Answer: Ottoman

Law & Politics Trivia Questions

Political Trivia Questions

The following questions are all about international politics. How much do you know about the ins and outs of the leaders and events that make the world go around?

  1. Which American president was involved in the Watergate scandal?
    Answer: Nixon
  2. What are the surnames of the father-son duos who both served as US presidents?
    Answer: Adams and Bush
  3. How many presidents have been impeached?
    Answer: Three
  4. Before the laws were changed in 2000, how long was a French president’s term?
    Answer: Seven years
  5. Who has been the longest-serving monarch of the United Kingdom?
    Answer: Queen Elizabeth II
  6. World War I began with the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, of which country?
    Answer: Austria
  7. Donald Trump and which North Korean leader are known to trade threats over the internet?
    Answer: Kim Jong Un
  8. What was Mao Zedong famous for?
    Answer: Leading the Communist Party of China to victory during a Civil War
  9. Leader and political icon Nelson Mandela was from which African country?
    Answer: South Africa
  10. The largest political party in South Africa, the ANC, stands for what?
    Answer: African National Congress

Trivia Questions About the Law

This portion of questions goes through legal terms, as well as some of the most popular court cases in history.

  1. What is the legal term for a voluntary written statement made under oath?
    Answer: Affidavit
  2. What is the name of the classification of crime which is less serious than a felony?
    Answer: Misdemeanor
  3. A verdict is a…
    Answer: Decision or judgment
  4. What is evidence in court, where a person tells everything they saw or know?
    Answer: Testimony
  5. Who is the group of people sworn to make a decision/deliver a verdict in court?
    Answer: Jury
  6. What was the verdict in the O.J. Simpson murder trial?
    Answer: Not guilty
  7. How many homicides did Ted Bundy admit to?
    Answer: 30
  8. Ted Kaczynski was a former graduate of which university?
    Answer: Harvard
  9. Gregory Lee Johnson was convicted in Texas for what in 1989?
    Answer: Burning the flag
  10. Butch Cassidy was famous for doing what?
    Answer: Stealing
  11. In a courtroom, who is responsible for representing the government in criminal cases?
    Answer: Prosecutor
  12. What is the term for the agreement between the prosecution and the accused where the accused pleads guilty in exchange for a lesser sentence?
    Answer: Plea bargain
  13. What criminal organization, led by Al Capone, was notorious during the Prohibition era in the United States?
    Answer: The Chicago Outfit
  14. In 1888, which unidentified serial killer terrorized the Whitechapel district of London and was never apprehended?
    Answer: Jack the Ripper
  15. What is the legal term for the intentional false communication that harms a person’s reputation, often spoken or written?
    Answer: Defamation

Animal Trivia Questions

These trivia questions deal with all things animals including anatomy, their scientific names, and more.

animal trivia questions
  1. How long is the gestation period of an African elephant?
    Answer: 22 months
  2. What’s the scientific name of a wolf? 
    Answer: Canis lupus
  3. What is a female donkey called?
    Answer: A Jenny
  4. Which mammal has no vocal cords?
    Answer: Giraffe
  5. What’s the fastest land animal in the world?
    Answer: The cheetah
  6. How many eyes does a bee have?
    Answer: Five
  7. Which animal symbolizes good luck in Europe?
    Answer: Ladybug
  8. What name is used to refer to a group of frogs?
    Answer: An army
  9. How many hearts does an octopus have?
    Answer: Three
  10. Do sponges have hearts?
    Answer: No
  11. What is the world’s largest living reptile?
    Answer: Saltwater Crocodile
  12. What is the largest species of bear?
    Answer: Polar Bear
  13. What is the only marsupial native to North America?
    Answer: Opossum
  14. Which marine animal is known for its ability to change color and camouflage itself in its surroundings?
    Answer: Octopus
  15. Which large sea mammal is known for its song-like vocalizations?
    Answer: Whale

Business & Economy Trivia Questions

In this section, we will ask you ten questions about popular figures and brands in business and the economy. Ready to explore?

  1. Who is the richest person in the world as of 2021?
    Answer: Elon Musk
  2. Bill Gates is the founder of which company?
    Answer: Microsoft
  3. In what year did Steve Jobs die?
    Answer: 2011
  4. Larry Page is the CEO of which company?
    Answer: Google
  5. Richard Branson is the owner of which airline?
    Answer: Virgin Atlantic
  6. What vehicle is Volkswagen best known for in the world?
    Answer: The Beetle
  7. Which watch company has a pointed crown as its logo?
    Answer: Rolex
  8. What is the slogan of Apple Inc.?
    Answer: Think different
  9. What is Hewlett Packard (HP) originally known for?
    Answer: Printers
  10. How many stripes does Adidas have?
    Answer: 3

Games & Riddles Trivia Questions

Trivia Questions About Board Games & Video Games

This particular question section covers old-school board games as well as modern video and computer games. Let’s play!

  1. Where did backgammon originate?
    Answer: In Persia
  2. How many cards are there in a deck of Uno?
    Answer: 108
  3. In which board game do you try to solve a murder?
    Answer: Clue
  4. In chess, the queen has the combined movement of which two pieces?
    Answer: bishop and rook
  5. Which of these games includes the phrase “Do not pass go, do not collect $200”?
    Answer: Monopoly
  6. The video game “Happy Feet” features what animals?
    Answer: Penguins
  7. What classic video game requires you to eat all the dots throughout a maze?
    Answer: Pac-Man
  8. Which Street Fighter character wears a white outfit and a red headband?
    Answer: Ryu
  9. “Astro Boy” is what genre of a video game?
    Answer: Action
  10. What sport is featured in the video game “FIFA”?
    Answer: Football
  11. What type of game is Axie Infinity?
    Answer: Blockchain game

Riddles & Rhymes Trivia Questions

This portion deals with the nursery rhymes kids learned in school and the riddles some still can’t solve today.

  1. In “The Farmer in the Dell,” what did the cat take?
    Answer: The rat
  2. What did the “Itsy Bitsy Spider” climb up?
    Answer: The waterspout
  3. What did the “Three Little Kittens” lose?
    Answer: Their mittens
  4. How many bags of wool did “Baa Baa Black Sheep” have?
    Answer: Three
  5. Why did Jack and Jill go up the hill?
    Answer: To fetch a pail of water
  6. How can a man go eight days without sleep?
    Answer: By sleeping during the night
  7. How can you drop a raw egg on the concrete floor without cracking it?
    Answer: The egg won’t crack the concrete floor
  8. If there are six apples and you take away four, how many do you have?
    Answer: Four
  9. What goes up and down, but still remains in the same place?
    Answer: Stairs
  10. What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries?
    Answer: A towel

Religion & Culture Trivia Questions

Holidays & Celebrations Trivia Questions

This section of questions covers events and holidays celebrated all over the world.

  1. What holiday is called “turkey day”?
    Answer: Thanksgiving Day
  2. In the US, what month is Labor Day in?
    Answer: September
  3. When is Canada Day?
    Answer: July 1st
  4. Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos, means what in English?
    Answer: Day of the Dead
  5. Oktoberfest in Germany is celebrated with what drink?
    Answer: Beer
  6. What is celebrated on the 2nd Saturday in June in the United Kingdom?
    Answer: The Queen’s Official Birthday
  7. Which country celebrates the Storming of the Bastille?
    Answer: France
  8. Mahatma Gandi’s birthday is a national holiday in which country?
    Answer: India
  9. The Chinese New Year is celebrated on what day and month?
    Answer: 25th January
  10. Independence Day in Cambodia is when?
    Answer: 9th November
  11. Which holiday is known as the “Festival of Lights” and is celebrated by lighting candles over eight days?
    Answer: Hanukkah
  12. What festival, celebrated in February, is famous for its colorful parades, masks, and elaborate costumes?
    Answer: Carnival
  13. In which country is the Festival of Holi celebrated with vibrant colored powders and water balloons?
    Answer: India
  14. What is the name of the holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide, marking the end of Ramadan?
    Answer: Eid al-Fitr
  15. What festival marks the Chinese New Year, with each year represented by an animal from the Chinese zodiac?
    Answer: Lunar New Year

Religion Trivia Questions

This section contains questions about the most followed faiths, beliefs, and religions in the world.

  1. How many books are in the Catholic Bible?
    Answer: Seventy-three
  2. How many fish were used to feed the 5,000 along with the loaves?
    Answer: Two
  3. Which god is considered the “destroyer” and is part of the Hindu Trinity?
    Answer: Shiva
  4. The mother of the youngest Pandavas is?
    Answer: Madri
  5. The Islamic calendar is based on which cycle?
    Answer: Lunar
  6. Who was the last prophet in Islam?
    Answer: Muhammad
  7. “Cohen” is Hebrew for what?
    Answer: Priest
  8. What is the Hebrew term for a good deed done out of a sense of religious duty?
    Answer: Mitzvah
  9. In which country was Buddha born?
    Answer: Nepal
  10. Where does Buddhism fall in a ranking of the world’s largest religion?
    Answer: Fifth
  11. What is the holiest city in Sikhism, home to the Golden Temple?
    Answer: Amritsar
  12. What is the main pilgrimage site for Muslims, located in Mecca?
    Answer: Kaaba
  13. In Hinduism, what is the term for the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth?
    Answer: Samsara
  14. In Buddhism, what are the teachings of the Buddha known as?
    Answer: Dharma
  15. In Judaism, what is the central prayer expressing the oneness of God?
    Answer: Shema

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