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300+ Best Trivia Questions for Your Next Quiz

Step into the arena of the world’s most challenging trivia questions and prove your mettle. Beyond the casual pub quizzes, our compilation takes you on a journey through the most intricate, puzzling, and brain-teasing questions ever crafted. Whether you’re challenging family at a weekend gathering or outwitting colleagues on game night, the thrill of extracting those elusive facts from the recesses of your mind is unmatched. However, every trivia champion knows the power of practice. Dive into our curated list of 300+ questions, sharpen your knowledge, and prepare to impress at your next quiz session. Let the trivia games begin!

A List of Best Trivia Questions

  1. What is the rarest M&M colour?
    Answer: Brown
  2. In a website browser address bar, what does “www” stand for?
    Answer: World Wide Web
  3. In what year were the first Air Jordan sneakers released?
    Answer: 1984
  4. In a bingo game, which number is represented by the phrase “two little ducks”?
    Answer: 22
  5. According to Greek mythology, who was the first woman on earth?
    Answer: Pandora
  6. Samuel Tilden, Grover Cleveland, Al Gore, and Hillary Clinton share what distinction among U.S. presidential candidates?
    Answer: They won the popular vote but lost the electoral college vote
  7. Which African country was formerly known as Abyssinia?
    Answer: Ethiopia
  8. Tennis star Serena Williams won which major tournament while pregnant with her first child?
    Answer: The Australian Open
  9. In which European city would you find Orly airport?
    Answer: Paris
  10. Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?
    Answer: Lady Gaga
  11. The only known monotremes in the animal kingdom are the echidna and which other creature?
    Answer: The platypus
  12. Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo are the sons of which American female pop star?
  13. Answer: Gwen Stefani
  14. Fissures, vents, and plugs are all associated with which geological feature?
    Answer: Volcanos
  15. Which author wrote the ‘Winnie-the-Pooh’ books?
    Answer: A. A. Milne
  16. Which Dutch artist painted “Girl with a Pearl Earring”?
    Answer: Vermeer
  17. Where were the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights stored during World War II?
    Answer: Fort Knox
  18. Which country consumes the most chocolate per capita?
    Answer: Switzerland
  19. Which two U.S. states don’t observe Daylight Saving Time?
    Answer: Arizona and Hawaii
  20. What is the loudest animal on Earth?
    Answer: The sperm whale

  1. What was the first toy to be advertised on television?
    Answer: Mr. Potato Head
  2. What is the tiny piece at the end of a shoelace called?
    Answer: An aglet
  3. In the United Kingdom, what is the day after Christmas known as?
    Answer: Boxing Day
  4. Which of Shakespeare’s plays is the longest?
    Answer: Hamlet
  5. Outside which New York building was John Lennon killed?
    Answer: The Dakota Building
  6. How many of Snow White’s seven dwarfs have names ending in the letter Y?
    Answer: Five: Dopey, Grumpy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Happy
  7. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ is an autobiography about the early years of what inspirational African-American writer and poet?
    Answer: Maya Angelou
  8. What is the tallest breed of dog in the world?
    Answer: The Great Dane
  9. What is the softest mineral in the world?
    Answer: Talc
  10. Lateral Epicondylitis is a condition commonly known by what name?
    Answer: Tennis Elbow
  11. Who was the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain?
    Answer: Margaret Thatcher
  12. How many ribs are in a human body?
    Answer: Twenty-four
  13. What is the world’s biggest island?
    Answer: Greenland
  14. Which country is known as the Land of White Elephant?
    Answer: Thailand
  15. What is the smallest ocean in the world?
    Answer: The Arctic
  16. What colour eyes do most humans have?
    Answer: Brown
  17. In which city was Anne Frank’s hiding place?
    Answer: Amsterdam
  18. What is the largest type of deer?
    Answer: The moose
  19. Which Disney film features the song ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’?
    Answer: Pinocchio
  20. What is the lowest army rank of a US soldier?
    Answer: Private
  21. Before the Beatles were formed, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison were originally members of which group?
    Answer: The Quarrymen
  22. What is the name of the Earth’s largest ocean?
    Answer: The Pacific Ocean
  23. When Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, how many NBA Championships did he win?
    Answer: Six
  24. What country won the very first FIFA World Cup in 1930?
    Answer: Uruguay
  25. In what year was the first-ever Wimbledon Championship held?
    Answer: 1877
  26. What is often seen as the smallest unit of memory?
    Answer: kilobyte
  27. Which planet is the hottest in the solar system?
    Answer: Venus
  28. Which country produces the most coffee in the world?
    Answer: Brazil
  29. What is the common name for dried plums?
    Answer: Prunes
  30. What does BMW stand for (in English)?
    Answer: Bavarian Motor Works
  31. Which two countries share the longest international border?
    Answer: Canada and the USA
  32. What is the smallest country in the world?
    Answer: Vatican City
  33. Which bone are babies born without?
    Answer: Knee cap
  34. Which name is rapper Sean Combs better known by?
    Answer: P. Diddy
  35. Which British girl group had a member by the name of Mel B?
    Answer: Spice Girls
  36. How many hearts does an octopus have?
    Answer: Three
  37. How many eyes does a bee have?
    Answer: Five
  38. What was the name of the rock band formed by Jimmy Page?
    Answer: Led Zeppelin
  39. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (1903)?
    Answer: Marie Curie
  40. Which mammal has no vocal cords?
    Answer: Giraffe
  41. What type of music has been shown to help plants grow better and faster?
    Answer: Classical
  42. Power outages in the US are mostly caused by what?
    Answer: Squirrels
  43. What celebrity has their dog cloned– twice?
    Answer: Barbara Streisand
  44. What was the first state?
    Answer: Delaware
  45. What is the painting ‘La Gioconda’ more usually known as?
    Answer: Mona Lisa
  46. Ludwig Van Beethoven was born in 1770 in which city?
    Answer: Berlin
  47. Water has a pH level of around?
    Answer: 7
  48. What’s the most expensive home in the world?
    Answer: Buckingham Palace
  49. What did the Crocodile swallow in Peter Pan?
    Answer: An alarm clock
  50. What’s the hardest rock?
    Answer: A diamond
  51. What is the national dish of Spain?
    Answer: Paella
  52. Which horoscope sign has a crab?
    Answer: Cancer
  53. What colour is Absinthe?
    Answer: Green
  54. The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country?
    Answer: France
  55. Which US city is known as the City of Brotherly Love?
    Answer: Philadelphia
  56. What substance are nails made out of?
    Answer: Keratin
  57. How many children does Oprah Winfrey have?
    Answer: Zero
  58. Where is the Sea of Tranquility located?
    Answer: The moon
  59. What country has the world’s most ancient forest?
    Answer: Australia
  60. Which kind of bulbs were once exchanged as a form of currency?
    Answer: Tulips
  61. What colour jersey is worn by the winners of each stage of the Tour De France?
    Answer: Yellow
  62. Which chess piece can only move diagonally?
    Answer: A bishop
  63. When did the Cold War end?
    Answer: 1989
  64. What is allspice alternatively known as?
    Answer: Pimento
  65. Who invented scissors?
    Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
  66. Which country was the Caesar salad invented in?
    Answer: Mexico
  67. On which ship did Charles Darwin make his famous expedition, which led to his evolution theory?
    Answer: HMS Beagle
  68. In which film did father and son actors Will and Jaden Smith first appear together?
    Answer: The Pursuit of Happiness
  69. Which NFL team holds the record for the most Super Bowl appearances?
    Answer: New England Patriots
  70. In which city is Jim Morrison buried?
    Answer: Paris
  71. Which actress keeps her Oscar in her bathroom so guests can hold it and make speeches in the mirror shame-free?
    Answer: Kate Winslet
  72. In medieval England, what was used as currency, specifically for rental agreements?
    Answer: Eels
  73. What famous horse won the Triple Crown in 1973?
    Answer: Secretariat
  74. What is the most common letter in the English alphabet?
    Answer: E
  75. Chimpanzees and gorillas have human-like fingerprints, and so do what other non-human animals?
    Answer: Koalas
  76. A tick bite can make you allergic to what food?
    Answer: Red meat
  77. What animal is constitutionally protected in Florida?
    Answer: Pigs
  78. What planets literally rain diamonds?
    Answer: Saturn and Jupiter
  79. Saudi Arabia imports camels from what country?
    Answer: Australia
  80. Who is the youngest person ever to appear on a Billboard chart?
    Answer: Blue Ivy Carter
  81. What is the only state that borders just one other state?
    Answer: Maine
  82. What is the Twitter bird’s official?
    Answer: Larry
  83. What is a community of ants called?
    Answer: A colony
  84. Who was said to “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee”?
    Answer: Muhammed Ali
  85. Where did Heineken beer originate?
    Answer: The Netherlands
  86. “Cirque du Soleil” started in what country?
    Answer: Canada
  87. How many signs are there in the Zodiac?
    Answer: 12
  88. What are the two fruit juices in a cosmopolitan?
    Answer: Cranberry and lime
  89. What object is said to bring bad luck if it is broken?
    Answer: A mirror
  90. Which country did bagels originate from?
    Answer: Poland
  91. What is the name of the group of men who elect a Pope?
    Answer: College of Cardinals
  92. An Apgar score is given to what?
    Answer: Health of newborns
  93. The Candlestick, Lead Pipe, Knife, Revolver, Rope, and what else are the six weapons in a standard game of Clue?
    Answer: Wrench
  94. What city did Starbucks open its first store in 1971?
    Answer: Seattle
  95. What do you call filo pastry stuffed with chopped nuts and honey or syrup?
    Answer: Baklava
  96. What is the Jewish New Year called?
    Answer: Rosh Hashanah
  97. What book starts with the line “Call me Ishmael.”?
    Answer: Moby Dick
  98. What is the first element on the Periodic Table?
    Answer: Hydrogen
  99. What object did Ben Franklin attach to the end of a kite string to prove that lightning is electricity?
    Answer: A metal key
  100. What does a Scoville unit measure?
    Answer: Spiciness
  101. What US president put a Twinkie in the country’s millennium time capsule?
    Answer: Bill Clinton
  102. What is an ice hockey puck made from?
    Answer: Rubber
  103. Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs was known for wearing what colour turtleneck?
    Answer: Black
  104. How many red stripes are there on the American flag?
    Answer: Seven
  105. What 3-word phrase is written on Martin Luther King’s gravestone?
    Answer: Free At Last
  106. What is Japanese sake made from?
    Answer: Rice
  107. What American beer has been long promoted as the “King of Beers”?
    Answer: Budweiser
  108. Which fashion designer was shot dead in the summer of 1997?
    Answer: Gianni Versace
  109. As what type of beans are chickpeas, also known as?
    Answer: Garbanzo
  110. Galileo was the citizen of which country?
    Answer: Italy
  111. Which country is the largest producer of vanilla?
    Answer: Madagascar
  112. Who performs the character of Mark Zuckerberg in the movie “The Social Network”?
    Answer: Jesse Eisenberg
  113. What is the only fruit that has its seeds on the outside?
    Answer: Strawberry
  114. What is the only metal that is a liquid at normal atmospheric pressure and temperature?
    Answer: Mercury
  115. Who was the only US President to resign?
    Answer: Richard Nixon
  116. In which city did Hitler commit suicide?
    Answer: Berlin
  117. In ancient Greece, throwing an apple at someone was a declaration of what?
    Answer: Love
  118. Who wrote songs for The Lion King?
    Answer: Elton John
  119. What U.S. newspaper is nicknamed “the Gray Lady”?
    Answer: The New York Times
  120. What is the real first name of Marilyn Monroe?
    Answer: Norma Jeane
  121. What country has the most vending machines per capita?
    Answer: Japan
  122. What’s the most populous city in the United States?
    Answer: New York City
  123. Which fruit floats because 25% of its volume is air?
    Answer: Apple
  124. What’s the brightest star in the sky?
    Answer: Sirius
  125. The Eiffel Tower was originally intended for what city?
    Answer: Barcelona
  126. In which of Britney’s video does she appear as a stewardess?
    Answer: Toxic
  127. Carrots are a good source of which vitamin?
    Answer: Vitamin A
  128. What is the name of the prehistoric town in which The Flinstones live?
    Answer: Bedrock
  129. What is the driest continent?
    Answer: Antarctica
  130. Which US state has the longest cave system in the world?
    Answer: Kentucky
  131. What blood type qualifies as a universal donor?
    Answer: O negative
  132. What is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust?
    Answer: Aluminium
  133. What is the most abundant element in the universe?
    Answer: Hydrogen
  134. What was Babe Ruth’s first name?
    Answer: George
  135. Who was Sports Illustrated’s first female sportsperson of the year?
    Answer: Billie Jean King
  136. Robin Williams won a best supporting actor Oscar for what film?
    Answer: Good Will Hunting
  137. What was the first Disney animated film based on the life of a real person?
    Answer: Pocahontas
  138. What character did Michael J. Fox play in ‘Back to the Future’?
    Answer: Marty McFly
  139. What was the predecessor to the United Nations?
    Answer: League of Nations
  140. A flamboyance is a group of what animals?
    Answer: Flamingos
  141. What color is a polar bear’s skin?
    Answer: Black
  142. What is the largest lizard?
    Answer: Komodo dragon
  143. The male of what species testicles explode on mating and then dies?
    Answer: Honeybee
  144. Europe is separated from Africa by which sea?
    Answer: Mediterranean Sea
  145. Canberra is the capital city of which country?
    Answer: Australia
  146. New York City comprises how many boroughs?
    Answer: 5
  147. Which nuts are used to make marzipan?
    Answer: Almonds
  148. Botany is the scientific study of what?
    Answer: Plants
  149. Tanks were used in battle for the first time in which conflict?
    Answer: World War 1
  150. Squab is a name given to the young of which bird?
    Answer: Pigeon
  151. Which female singer discovered a ‘Genie in a Bottle’ in 1999?
    Answer: Christina Aguilera
  152. Complete the title of a 1979 number one by Blondie – ‘Heart of…’
    Answer: Glass
  153. Which Italian fascist leader was known as ‘Il Duce’?
    Answer: Mussolini
  154. If a male donkey is a jack, what is the female called?
    Answer: Jenny
  155. In what country did carving jack o’ lanterns originate?
    Answer: Ireland
  156. In what American state is it illegal to dress up like a priest or a nun?
    Answer: Alabama
  157. What is the largest planet in our solar system?
    Answer: Jupiter
  158. What has a gravitational pull so strong that even light cannot escape it?
    Answer: Black Hole
  159. Which 1998 Disney film was Lindsay Lohan’s film debut?
    Answer: Parent Trap
  160. What type of business did Annie have that failed in “Bridesmaids”?
    Answer: Bakery
  161. What were the two sides in World War II known as?
    Answer: Allies and Axis
  162. What number did Derek Jeter wear on his New York Yankees jersey?
    Answer: 2
  163. What vitamin does the sun’s ultraviolet rays help the skin produce?
    Answer: Vitamin D
  164. What is “jaggery” used in Indian cooking?
    Answer: Sugar
  165. What TV show won the most Emmys in 2018?
    Answer: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  166. Nepal is located on which continent?
    Answer: Asia
  167. What does a seismologist study?
    Answer: Earthquakes
  168. Where did Barack Obama teach constitutional law?
    Answer: University of Chicago
  169. Which sea is located in Israel and Jordan?
    Answer: Dead Sea
  170. What are the bones in the fingers called?
    Answer: Phalanges
  171. What company makes the Butterfinger bar?
    Answer: Nestle
  172. Which character becomes Brienne’s squire in season 4 of “Game of Thrones”?
    Answer: Podrick Payne
  173. What particle in an atom has a positive charge?
    Answer: Proton
  174. What is the biggest artery in the human body?
    Answer: Aorta
  175. What is the name of Jordan’s capital city?
    Answer: Amman
  176. What is Harry Potter’s Patronus?
    Answer: A stag
  177. What candy was used to lure E.T. in the 1982 movie “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial”?
    Answer: Reese’s Pieces
  178. The tuba is the largest member of which musical family?
    Answer: Brass
  179. Which is the main substance used to make a crayon?
    Answer: Wax
  180. The video game “Happy Feet” features what animals?
    Answer: Penguins
  181. What actress won her first Oscar for “Kramer vs. Kramer”?
    Answer: Meryl Streep
  182. What object of Dwight’s did Jim put in Jell-O on the TV show “The Office”?
    Answer: Stapler
  183.  Who voices Morty in the series “Rick and Morty”?
    Answer: Justin Rolland
  184. “You’re gonna need a bigger boat” originated in what movie?
    Answer: Jaws
  185. What does the “R” stand for on the rating of a movie?
    Answer: Restricted
  186. Who played Cher Horowitz in the movie “Clueless”?
    Answer: Alicia Silverstone
  187. Which artist painted “Guernica”?
    Answer: Pablo Picasso
  188. What country produced the most strawberries in 2016?
    Answer: China
  189. The traditional Wimbledon colors are green, and what?
    Answer: Purple
  190. On the television show “How I Met Your Mother,” what is Lily’s occupation?
    Answer: Kindergarten Teacher
  191. Which art movement is Salvador Dali associated with?
    Answer: Surrealism
  192. Where did rap superstar Eminem grow up?
    Answer: Detroit
  193. In what city did Princess Diana suffer her fatal car crash?
    Answer: Paris
  194. What grows from an acorn?
    Answer: Oak Tree
  195. What prison film starring Tim Robbins was based on a story by Stephen King?
    Answer: The Shawshank Redemption
  196. Which U.S. state has “Garden State” as its nickname?
    Answer: New Jersey
  197. Which type of fruit juice did Dole sell first?
    Answer: Pineapple
  198. What is the main ingredient in a falafel?
    Answer: Chickpea
  199. What currency is used in South Africa?
    Answer: Rand
  200. Port-au-Prince is the capital of which country?
    Answer: Haiti
  201. What major movie actor’s first role was in “A Nightmare On Elm Street”?
    Answer: Johnny Depp
  202. What was Toyota’s first popular hybrid car called?
    Answer: Prius
  203. What did the first vending machine dispense?
    Answer: Holy Water
  204. Who created the animated series “Futurama”?
    Answer: Matt Groening
  205. What is the most populous city in Canada?
    Answer: Toronto
  206. Taylor Swift grew up on what type of farm?
    Answer: Christmas Tree Farm
  207. Which Doors song is about Jim Morrison’s relationship with Pamela Courson?
    Answer: Queen Of The Highway
  208. Which President of South Africa ordered Nelson Mandela’s release from prison?
    Answer: De Klerk
  209. Which 2008 comedy had the tagline “Put this in your pipe and smoke it”?
    Answer: Pineapple Express
  210. Islamabad is the capital of which country?
    Answer: Pakistan
  211. American pioneer, John Chapman, was famous for planting which kind of tree?
    Answer: Apple Trees
  212. Where is the uvula located?
    Answer: In The Throat
  213. What gas makes soda bubbly?
    Answer: Carbon Dioxide
  214. Which country has a red flag with a star in the middle?
    Answer: Morocco
  215. Who preceded Fidel Castro as the political leader of Cuba?
    Answer: Fulgencio Batista
  216. How many sides does the home plate in baseball have?
    Answer: 5
  217. What color dresses do Chinese women traditionally wear on their wedding day?
    Answer: Red
  218. Tom Cruise considered pursuing a career in what sport before being injured?
    Answer: Wrestling
  219. What country is bordered by Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Ukraine?
    Answer: Poland
  220. The Da Vinci Code opens with a murder in which famous museum?
    Answer: Lourve
  221. Which insect can indicate the air temperature?
    Answer: Cricket
  222. What candy ran the promotion for baseball’s one-millionth run?
    Answer: Tootsie Rolls
  223. What country is the band “The Cranberries” from?
    Answer: Ireland
  224. Blueberries are native to which continent?
    Answer: North America
  225. A book by Barack Obama is titled “The Audacity of” what?
    Answer: Hope
  226. What type of lens has a thin middle and makes objects appear smaller?
    Answer: Concave
  227. What is the Hawaiian name for yellowfin tuna?
    Answer: Ahi
  228. Rihanna banned fans from bringing what items to her U.K. concerts in 2008?
    Answer: Umbrellas
  229. Who created the alien rock superstar Ziggy Stardust?
    Answer: David Bowie
  230. Which young girl helped drive the English from French soil in the 15th century?
    Answer: Joan of Arc
  231. What U.S. President coined the phrase “Good to the last drop,” referring to coffee?
    Answer: Theodore Roosevelt
  232. What is the biggest supermarket chain in the U.S.?
    Answer: Kroger Co.
  233. On every continent, there is a city named what?
    Answer: Rome
  234. Which name are the Sandwich Islands, better known as?
    Answer: Hawaii
  235. In what year was the first-ever Wimbledon Championship held?
    Answer: 1877.
  236. Hg is the chemical symbol of which element?
    Answer: Mercury.
  237. Which email service is owned by Microsoft?
    Answer: Hotmail.
  238. Which country produces the most coffee in the world?
    Answer: Brazil.
  239. In which city was Jim Morrison buried?
    Answer: Paris.
  240. Which song by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee has the most views (of all time) on YouTube?
    Answer: “Despacito.”
  241. What was the first state?
    Answer: Delaware.
  242. What is the capital city of Spain?
    Answer: Madrid.
  243. What is the painting “La Gioconda” more usually known as?
    Answer: The Mona Lisa.
  244. What is Chandler’s last name in the sitcom Friends?
    Answer: Bing.
  245. About how many taste buds does the average human tongue have?
    Answer: 10,000.
  246. Who did Madonna kiss at the 2003 VMAs?
    Answer: Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
  247. How much does the Chewbacca costume weigh?
    Answer: Eight pounds.
  248. What colors are the Norwegian flag?
    Answer: Red, white, and blue.
  249. Where would you find the world’s most ancient forest?
    Answer: Daintree Forest north of Cairns, Australia.
  250. Globe and Jerusalem are types of what?
    Answer: Artichoke.
  251. Which is the highest waterfall in the world?
    Answer: Angel Falls, Venezuela.
  252. Ludwig Van Beethoven was born in 1770 in which city?
    Answer: Berlin.
  253. What is the third sign of the zodiac?
    Answer: Gemini.
  254. What is Ariana Grande’s brother’s name?
    Answer: Frankie.
  255. Who discovered penicillin?
    Answer: Alexander Fleming.
  256. Name the three primary colors.
    Answer: Red, yellow, and blue.
  257. Which name is rapper Sean Combs better known by?
    Answer: P. Diddy.
  258. Which country invented tea?
    Answer: China.
  259. Pure water has a pH level of around?
    Answer: Seven.
  260. Which is the only vowel on a standard keyboard that is not on the top line of letters?
    Answer: A.
  261. Who starts first in chess?
    Answer: White.
  262. What was Britney Spears’ first song?
    Answer: “Baby One More Time.”
  263. What did Queen Anne die of?
    Answer: A stroke.
  264. Groups of lions are known as what?
    Answer: Prides.
  265. How many pairs of wings does a bee have?
    Answer: Two.
  266. What language has the most words?
    Answer: English.
  267. What’s the most expensive home in the world?
    Answer: Buckingham Palace.
  268. Kodiak Island is in which US state?
    Answer: Alaska.
  269. Which castle is on the island of Anglesey?
    Answer: Beaumaris.
  270. How long does it take to hard boil an egg?
    Answer: Seven minutes.
  271. What nationality was Marco Polo?
    Answer: Venetian.
  272. Which scientist was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics?
    Answer: Albert Einstein.
  273. Name the world’s largest ocean.
    Answer: Pacific.
  274. What did the Crocodile swallow in Peter Pan?
    Answer: An alarm clock.
  275. Which actress said, “Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy night,” in All About Eve?
    Answer: Bette Davis (as Margo Channing).
  276. Zurich is the largest city in what country?
    Answer: Switzerland.
  277. How many phases of the moon are there?
    Answer: Eight.
  278. What’s the hardest rock?
    Answer: A diamond.
  279. How many bones do sharks have in their bodies?
    Answer: None!
  280. The fear referred to as arachnophobia indicates a fear of what?
    Answer: Spiders.
  281. What colour is a Himalayan poppy flower?
    Answer: Blue.
  282. Name the world’s biggest island.
    Answer: Greenland.
  283. Which boxer was known as “The Greatest” and “The People’s Champion”?
    Answer: Muhammad Ali.
  284. What flavour is Cointreau?
    Answer: Orange.
  285. Which country is Prague in?
    Answer: Czech Republic.
  286. What does the term “piano” mean?
    Answer: To be played softly.
  287. Who was the first American to go into space?
    Answer: Alan Shephard.
  288. How many hearts does an octopus have?
    Answer: Three.
  289. What is the name of the thin but long country that spans more than half of the western coast of South America?
    Answer: Chile.
  290. Which planet has the most gravity?
    Answer: Jupiter.
  291. What was Beyoncé’s first solo album?
    Answer: Dangerously In Love.
  292. What is your body’s largest organ?
    Answer: The skin.
  293. Which country did AC/DC originate in?
    Answer: Australia.
  294. In what state did the first official American baseball game take place?
    Answer: New Jersey.
  295. What is “Vineyard” in Vineyard Vines named after?
    Answer: Martha’s Vineyard.
  296. Which mammal doesn’t have vocal cords?
    Answer: Giraffe.
  297. The colored part of the human eye that controls how much light passes through the pupil is called?
    Answer: Iris.
  298. What year did the Titanic movie come out?
    Answer: 1997.
  299. What is the national dish of Spain?
    Answer: Paella.
  300. Who sang the song, “My Way”?
    Answer: Frank Sinatra.
  301. Which horoscope sign has a crab?
    Answer: Cancer.
  302. How many rides are at Disney World?
    Answer: 46.
  303. What is sushi traditionally wrapped in?
    Answer: Edible seaweed.
  304. What color is Absynthe?
    Answer: Green.
  305. When did the Cold War end?
    Answer: 1989.
  306. Which company owns Bugatti, Lamborghini, Audi, Porsche, and Ducati?
    Answer: Volkswagen.
  307. The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country?
    Answer: France.
  308. Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Explorer are different types of what?
    Answer: Web browsers.
  309. Which US city is known as the City of Brotherly Love?
    Answer: Philadelphia.
  310. Who were the main characters in Wayne’s World?
    Answer: Wayne (Mike Meyers) and Garth (Dana Carvey).
  311. What substance are nails made out of?
    Answer: Keratin.
  312. Which instrument did John Lennon play in the Beatles?
    Answer: Rhythm guitar.
  313. How many years is a law school program?
    Answer: Three years. Total schooling is closer to seven years.
  314. How many children does Oprah Winfrey have?
    Answer: Zero.
  315. What is the diameter of Earth?
    Answer: 8,000 miles.
  316. How many weeks are in a year?
    Answer: 52.
  317. Who played Neo in The Matrix?
    Answer: Keanu Reeves.
  318. In what year was the first episode of South Park aired?
    Answer: 1997.
  319. What is the largest bone in the human body?
    Answer: The femur.
  320. How many national parks are in the United States?
    Answer: 58.
  321. What is the symbol for potassium?
    Answer: K.
  322. What is allspice alternatively known as?
    Answer: Pimento.
  323. Which desert is the largest in the world?
    Answer: The Sahara Desert.
  324. When was William Shakespeare born?
    Answer: April 23, 1564.
  325. What is the only American state that begins with the letter “p”?
    Answer: Pennsylvania.
  326. What is the world’s longest river?
    Answer: Amazon.
  327. What’s the first letter on a typewriter?
    Answer: Q.
  328. Which kind of flower bulbs were once exchanged as a form of currency?
    Answer: Tulips.
  329. Name the Spanish artist, sculptor, and draughtsman famous for co-founding the Cubist movement.
    Answer: Pablo Picasso.
  330. What year was Walt Disney born?
    Answer: 1901.
  331. Which Williams sister has won more Grand Slam titles?
    Answer: Serena.
  332. Which planet is known as the red planet?
    Answer: Mars.
  333. What is the largest planet in our solar system?
    Answer: Jupiter.
  334. How many times did Ross Geller marry and divorce on Friends?
    Answer: Three times (Carol, Emily, Rachel).
  335. Who in Hollywood is known as “The Voice of God”?
    Answer: Morgan Freeman.
  336. What is the fastest fish in the ocean?
    Answer: Sailfish.
  337. What’s the medical term for bad breath?
    Answer: Halitosis.
  338. How many total time zones are there in the world?
    Answer: 24.
  339. How long is an eon in geology?
    Answer: A billion years.
  340. How much weight can an ant lift?
    Answer: 50 times its weight.
  341. How many soccer players should each team have on the field at the start of each match?
    Answer: 11.
  342. What year was the very first model of the iPhone released?
    Answer: 2007.
  343. What does “HTTP” stand for?
    Answer: HyperText Transfer Protocol.
  344. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)?
    Answer: Marie Curie.
  345. What part of the atom has no electric charge?
    Answer: Neutron.
  346. How many Earths could fit inside the sun?
    A) 3
    B) 1,300
    C) 1.3 million
    Answer: C) 1.3 million.
  347. Where were the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights stored during World War II?
    Answer: Fort Knox.
  348. How many of the speeches in Shakespeare’s plays are recited by women?
    A) 33 per cent
    B) 17 per cent
    C) 52 per cent?
    Answer: B) 17 per cent.
  349. Which African country was formerly known as Abyssinia?
    Answer: Ethiopia.
  350. Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?
    Answer: Lady Gaga.
  351. What’s the shortcut for the “copy” function on most computers?
    Answer: Ctrl C.
  352. Which Jamaican runner is an 11-time world champion and holds the record in the 100 and 200-meter race?
    Answer: Usain Bolt.
Trivia questions

How Do You Play Trivia?

First thing is first, a good rundown of the rules is always necessary. Most trivia situations will begin will a pre-prepared list of questions encompassing a number of different genres and topics, so getting it right is heavily dependent on the host. Here’s how you play trivia.

  1. Pick a host
  2. Choose your team name
  3. Pick your teammates
  4. The host/question master will read the question aloud. As a team, write down your answer on a pre-prepared piece of paper.
  5. At the end of the round, bring your answers to the host who will tally the correct results.
  6. Winner takes home the prize.

General FAQs

How do you run a trivia night?

Running a trivia night involves a lot of different elements. The most important aspects are well-written questions, clear rules, good prizes and of course, knowing the answers.

What are some good family trivia questions?

If you want good clean, family trivia questions, focus on entertainment, history and sports. Some examples include, How long is an Olympic swimming pool? What does “www” stand for in a website browser? Which animal can be seen on the Porsche logo?

How many people do you need for trivia?

Technically speaking, you could get away with a game of trivia between two, but the fun is always improved with more. The larger the number of participants, the better you are to split into groups, and that's where the real fun begins.


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Nick Hall

Nick Hall is an award-winning journalist and the current Editor-in-Chief of Man of Many. With an extensive background in the media industry, he specialises in feature writing, lifestyle and entertainment content. Nick is a former Mumbrella Publish Awards ‘Editor of the Year’ and B&T's ‘Best of the Best – Journalist’ category winner.

Prior to working at the men’s lifestyle publication, Nick spent two years as a journalist with Inside Franchise Business, focusing on small business, finance and legal reporting.