400+ Trivia Questions and Answers For Your Next Trivia Night

trivia questions

If you’ve ever been to a pub quiz, you know how much fun a trivia night can be. So, why not bring that fun back into your one home? It can be a nice change from the regular game night. You get to enjoy some friendly competition while having a great time. There’s almost no setup required, and you can play almost anywhere.

Coming up with trivia questions can be a bit tricky. So, we’ve compiled a list of 400+ questions and answers you can use during your next trivia night. Save this page and go to the category you want whenever you need some inspiration!


It might seem obvious—all you do is ask questions, right? Well, it can be a bit more complex than that. Everybody will set up their trivia the way they want. The basic idea of trivia is that one player acts as the “game master,” and then all other players attempt to answer questions correctly. You get one point for each question you answer correctly, and the player with the most points at the end of the game wins!


We’ll start with some simple trivia questions. These are pretty easy questions that even kids can answer.

1. How Many Teeth Does an Adult Human Have?

Answer: 32

2. What Is the Process Called When a Caterpillar Turns into a Butterfly?

Answer: Metamorphosis

3. What Is the Largest Desert in the World?

Answer: Antarctica

4. What Was the First Planet to Be Discovered Using the Telescope?

Answer: Uranus

5. How many Olympic rings are there?

Answer: Five

6. Whose Nose Grew Longer Every Time He Lied?

Answer: Pinocchio

7. Which US state is famous for Hollywood?

Answer: California

8. Which Type of Fish Is Nemo?

Answer: A Clownfish

9. Where is the Great Pyramid of Giza located?

Answer: Egypt

10. What Do Bees Consume to Make Honey?

Answer: Nectar

11. How Many Colors Are There in a Rainbow?

Answer: Seven

12. Name the Largest State in America. 

Answer: Alaska

13. Which Planet Is Known to Have the Most Gravity? 

Answer: Jupiter

14. Which Country Is Both an Island and a Continent?

Answer: Australia

15. What Is the Name of the World’s Longest River?

Answer: The Nile

16. How Many Lord of the Rings Films Are There?

Answer: Three

17. Who Is the Only U.S. President to Serve More than Two Terms in Office?

Answer: Franklin D. Roosevelt

18. Which Artist Painted “The Starry Night”?

Answer: Vincent van Gogh

19. What Natural Wonder Is Commonly Referred to as “The Lungs of the World”?

Answer: The Amazon Rainforest

20. What Is the Name of the Royal English Family’s Residence?

Answer: Buckingham Palace

21. What Does ‘Piano’ Refer to in Music Pitch?

Answer: Soft

22. What Is Chocolate Made From?

Answer: Cocoa beans

23. What Is the Fastest Animal? 

Answer: Cheetah

24. What Is the Name of the Ship That Sank in 1912? 

Answer: Titanic

25.  What Is the Name of the Ship That Sank in 1912?

Answer: Tennis 

26. Name the Animal with the Largest Eyes.

Answer: Giant Squid 

27. How Many Sides Are There in an Octagon?

Answer: Eight 

28. Every How Many Years Are the Olympics Held? 

Answer: Four 

29. What Is the Name of the Canadian Meal That Combines French Fries and Gravy?

Answer: Poutine. 

Answer: Tea. 

31. How Many Ounces Are in a Cup?

Answer: 8 ounces

32. What Are the Three Primary Colors?

Answer: Red, yellow, and blue

33. What Do You Call the Colored Part of the Eye?

Answer: Iris

34. What Planet Is Known as the “Morning Star” or the “Evening Star” and Is the Brightest in the Night Sky?

Answer: Venus

35. What Is the Smallest Prime Number?

Answer: 2


general knowledge

Now that we’ve got the crowd warmed up with the easier trivia questions, let’s go into the general knowledge round. These are questions that most people would know. However that doesn’t mean they’ll be that easy.

36. Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” Hangs in What Museum? 

Answer: The Louvre Museum in Paris

37. Who, in 1903, Was the First Woman to Win a Nobel Prize?

Answer: Marie Curie

38. Which African Country Is Known as the “Pearl of Africa”?

Answer: Uganda

39. What Sea Does the Jordan River Empty Into?

Answer: Dead Sea

40. What Is the Largest Island in the Mediterranean Sea?

Answer: Sicily

41. What Is the Nickname of the US State of California?

Answer: Golden State

42. What Does a Funambulist Walk On?

Answer: A Tight Rope

43. Which US state Is Area 51 Located In?

Answer: Nevada

44. On a Dartboard, What Number Is Directly Opposite No. 1?

Answer: 19

45. What Is the Chemical Symbol for the Element Gold?

Answer: Au

46. What Is Japan’s National Flower?

Answer: Cherry blossom (Sakura)

47. Which Gas Do Plants Use for Photosynthesis?

Answer: Carbon dioxide (CO2)

48. What Does Coda Stand For?

Answer: Child of Deaf Adults

49. In a Website Browser Address Bar, What Does “WWW” Stand For? 

Answer: World Wide Web

50. Where Were the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights Stored during World War II?

Answer: Fort Knox

51. What Is the Tiny Piece at the End of a Shoelace Called?

Answer: An aglet

52. According to Guinness World Records, What’s the Best-Selling Book of All Time?

Answer: The Bible

53. What U.S. state is Home to Acadia National Park? 

Answer: Maine

54. What Is the Only Food That Can Never Go Bad? 

Answer: Honey

55. The Shooting of Whom, in 1914, Started World War I?

Answer: Archduke Franz Ferdinand

56. What Is the Smallest Planet in Our Solar System?

Answer: Mercury

57. What Is the Highest-Grossing Broadway Show of All Time?

Answer: The Lion King

58. Which Country Is Known as the “Hashemite Kingdom”?

Answer: Jordan

59. Which Country Has the Fewest People per Square Mile?

Answer: Namibia

60. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Are Located Approximately 50 KM South of Which Arab Capital?

Answer: Baghdad

61. Who Wrote the Novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

Answer: Harper Lee

62. What Is the Chemical Symbol for the Element Sodium?

Answer: Na.

63. Which Natural Disaster Is Measured Using the Richter Scale?

Answer: Earthquakes

64. What Is the Largest Species of Penguin?

Answer: Emperor penguin

65. Who Invented the Telephone?

Answer: Alexander Graham Bell

66. What Was the Original Purpose of the Tiny Pocket in Jeans?

Answer: To store pocket watches.

67. What Does Spf in Sunscreen Stand For?

Answer: Sun Protection Factor

68. Who Is Often Credited with Creating the World’s First Car?

Answer: Karl Benz

69. Which Two States in the U.S. share the Most Borders with Other States?

Answer: Tennessee and Missouri

70. How Many Bones Do Sharks Have?

Answer: Zero!


history trivia questions

This is a round for all the history nerds. These trivia questions will be more targeted towards historical knowledge from around the world.

71. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong Became the First Person in History to Do What? 

Answer: Walk on the moon

72. What Was the Name of the Ship That Charles Darwin Sailed on During His Voyage to the Galapagos Islands?

Answer: HMS Beagle

73. In What Year Did the United States Declare Its Independence from Great Britain?

Answer: 1776

74. When Did the Construction of the Great Wall of China Begin?

Answer: 7th century BC

75. What Year Did the French Revolution Start?

Answer: 1789

76. In What Year Did Libya Gain Independence from Italy?

Answer: 1951

77. How Old Was Queen Elizabeth II When She Was Crowned the Queen of England?

Answer: 27

78. What Was the Shortest War in Human History?

Answer: The war between England and Zanzibar

79. How Many Years Did the 100-Year War Last?

Answer: 116 years

80. Greenland Was a Colony of Which Country until 1981?

Answer: Denmark

81. How Many Days in a Week Were There in Ancient Roman Times?

Answer: 8

82. What Are the Names of the u.s. Presidents Who Have Been Assassinated?

Answer: Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, John F. Kennedy

83. Which World Leader Is Famous for His “Little Red Book”?

Answer: Mao Zedong, or Mao Tse-tung

84. Mount Vesuvius Erupted in 79 AD and Devastated Which Two Roman Cities?

Answer: Pompeii and Herculaneum

85. Which Two City-States Fought in the Peloponnesian War?

Answer: Athens and Sparta

86. How Many Rules Are Written in the Code of Hammurabi?

Answer: 282

87. When Did Alexander the Great Conquer Egypt?

Answer: 332 BC

88. What Year Was the First iPhone Released?

Answer: 2007

89. Which Planet Did the U.S. Rover Curiosity Land on in August 2012?

Answer: Mars

90. What Year Was the First Barbie Doll Released? 

Answer: 1959

91. Which Ancient Civilization Built the City of Machu Picchu?

Answer: The Incas

92. Who Was the Last Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt?

Answer: Cleopatra

93. In What Year Did the Berlin Wall Fall, Symbolizing the End of the Cold War?

Answer: 1989

94. Which Mountaineer and His Sherpa Became the First Men to Conquer Mount Everest?

Answer: Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay

95. Which Year Did the Great Fire of London Happen?

Answer: 1666

96. What Year Was Nelson Mandela Freed from Prison?

Answer: 1990

97. In What Year Did Humans Put the First Satellite into Orbit?

Answer: 1957

98. When Was the Television Invented?

Answer: 1927

99. What Scandal Forced U.S. President Richard Nixon to Resign in 1974?

Answer: Watergate

100. Which International Organization was Formed after World War I and Was Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland?

Answer: League of Nations

101. Which country did England send convicts to between 1788 and 1868?

Answer: Australia

102. What Is the Bill of Rights?

Answer: The first Ten Amendments of the U.S. Constitution

103. What Was the Previous Name for New York?

Answer: New Amsterdam

104. Which Empire Did Charlemagne Rule?

Answer: Holy Roman Empire

105. What Modern-Day City Was Known as Bombay?

Answer: Mumbai



Now, these trivia questions are all about geography. Test your knowledge of the world with these questions.

106. Which Italian Town Is the Setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet? 

Answer: Verona

107. What Was America’s First National Park? 

Answer: Yellowstone National Park

108. The Kaliningrad Oblast Borders Which Body of Water?

Answer: Baltic Sea

109. Which country has the fewest people per square mile?

Answer: Namibia

110. Poland’s Capital is?

Answer: Warsaw

111. How Many Time Zones Are in the United States of America?

Answer: 6.

112. The Highest Mountain in France Is?

Answer: Mont Blanc

113. What Is the Largest Continent in the World?

Answer: Asia

114. What Is the Capital City of Canada?

Answer: Ottawa

115. Which African Country Is Known as the “Rainbow Nation”?

Answer: South Africa

116. What Is the Smallest Country in the World?

Answer: Vatican City

117. What Is the Name of the Longest Mountain Range? 

Answer: The Mid-Atlantic Ridge

118. What Is the Only Continent without an Active Volcano?

Answer: Australia

119. What Are the Northern Lights Also Known As?

Answer: Aurora Borealis

120. Which Continent Is in All Four Hemispheres?

Answer: Africa

121. What Was the First State? 

Answer: Delaware

122. What U.S. State Grows Coffee Beans? 

Answer: Hawaii

123. What is Texas’ State Flower? 

Answer: The Bluebonnet

124. How Many Floors Does the Eiffel Tower Have? 

Answer: Three

125. Who Did the U.S. Buy Florida From? 

Answer: Spain

126. What Is the United Kingdom’s National Anthem? 

Answer: “God Save the King”

127. Mazovia Is the Region in What Country?

Answer: Poland

128. Which River Runs through the Grand Canyon in the United States?

Answer: Colorado River

129. Which Country Is Known as the “Land of the Rising Sun”?

Answer: Japan

130. In Which Country Is the City of Marrakech Located?

Answer: Morocco

131. What Is the Capital City of South Korea?

Answer: Seoul

132. Which Is Colder, the North Pole or the South Pole?

Answer: South Pole

133. What Are the Imaginary Horizontal and Vertical Lines around the Earth Called?

Answer: Longitude and latitude lines

134. Where Are the Spanish Steps Located?

Answer: Rome, Italy

135. How Many Countries Are There in the United Kingdom?

Answer: 4

136. What Is the Capital of Senegal?

Answer: Dakar

137. What Is the Name of the Largest Airport in the United States of America?

Answer: Denver International Airport

138. In What Ocean Is the Bermuda Triangle Located?

Answer: Atlantic Ocean

139. What Is the Name of the Smallest US state?

Answer: Rhode Island

140. What Is the Name of the Longest River in the US?

Answer: Missouri River


science trivia questions

Perhaps you don’t like history and geography. Maybe you’re more of a science lover. Well, here are some science trivia questions to keep you entertained.

141. What Produces the Majority of the Breathable Air on Earth? 

Answer: The oceans

142. What Is the Process by Which Plants Convert Sunlight into Energy?

Answer: Photosynthesis

143. What Is the Chemical Symbol for the Element Sodium?

Answer: Na

144. What Is the Study of the Earth’s Atmosphere and Weather Patterns Called?

Answer: Meteorology

145. What Is the Universal Donor Blood Type?

Answer: O negative

146. How Many People Have Walked on the Moon?

Answer: 12

147. What Is the Mass per Unit Volume of Material Called?

Answer: Density

148. What Is the Largest Organ in the Human Body?

Answer: Skin

149. What Is the Process of a Solid Changing Directly into a Gas Called?

Answer: Sublimation

150. What Is the Unit of Measurement for Frequency?

Answer: Hertz (Hz)

151. What Is the Name for the Center of an Atom Composed of Protons and Neutrons?

Answer: Nucleus

152. Who Was the First American in Space?

Answer: Alan Shephard

153. What Is the Most Common Eye Color in Humans?

Answer: Brown

154. What Is the Study of Fossils Called?

Answer: Paleontology

155. What Is the Freezing Point in Fahrenheit?

Answer: 32

156. What Is the Process of Two or More Elements Chemically Combining to Form a New Substance?

Answer: Chemical reaction

157. What Is the Smallest Blood Vessel in the Human Body?

Answer: Capillary

158. Which Galaxy Is Closest to the Milky Way Galaxy?

Answer: Andromeda Galaxy

159. What Are the Three Layers of the Planet?

Answer: Crust, mantle & core

160. Which Is the Only Metal to Be in Liquid Form at Room Temperature?

Answer: Mercury

161. What Is the Shape of Human DNA?

Answer: Double helix

162. Who Invented the Airplane?

Answer: The Wright Brothers

163. What Are the Two Major Elements That Make up the Sun?

Answer: Hydrogen and Helium

164. What Is the Smallest Unit of Matter?

Answer: Atom

165. Which Scientist Formulated the Laws of Motion and Universal Gravitation?

Answer: Isaac Newton

166. Which Gas Is Most Commonly Used for Fire Extinguishment Due to Its Non-flammable and Non-toxic Properties?

Answer: Carbon dioxide (CO2)

167. What Is the Study of Sound Called?

Answer: Acoustics

168. What Is the Layer of the Earth’s Atmosphere Where Weather Occurs?

Answer: Troposphere

169. What Is the Study of Fungi Called?

Answer: Mycology

170. What Is the Process by Which Plants Release Water Vapor into the Air?

Answer: Transpiration

171. Which Type of Electromagnetic Radiation Has the Shortest Wavelength?

Answer: Gamma rays

172. Which Organ Is Responsible for Filtering Waste from the Blood and Producing Urine?

Answer: Kidney

173. What Is the Process of a Liquid Changing into a Gas at a Temperature Below Its Boiling Point?

Answer: Evaporation.

174. What Is the Largest Reef System Called?

Answer: The Great Barrier Reef

175. What Natural Phenomenon Are Igneous Rocks Normally Associated With?

Answer: Volcano


 star wars

Perhaps school wasn’t your favorite place. Maybe you preferred to stay home watching movies. Well, you’re in luck. We’ve got a list of trivia questions just related to movies and TV.

176. Which Game of Thrones Actor Received an Emmy Nomination for Every Season?

Answer: Peter Dinklage

177. When Was the First Academy Awards Ceremony?

Answer: 1929

178. Who Played the Character Jack Dawson in the Movie Titanic?

Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio

179. Who Provided the Voice of Groot in the Guardians of the Galaxy Movies?

Answer: Vin Diesel

180. Which Is the Highest-Grossing R-rated Film in North America?

Answer: The Passion of the Christ

181. In the Horror Film Alien, What Was the Name of the Spaceship?

Answer: USCSS Nostromo

182. Who Directed the Ultimate Marvel Movie Avengers: End Game?

Answer: Joe & Anthony Russo

183. What A24 Film Was Released in 2022 and Won Best Picture at the Academy Awards?

Answer: Everything Everywhere All At Once

184. In the Movie The Matrix, What Is Neo’s Real Name?

Answer: Thomas Anderson

185. What Sketch Comedian Wrote and Directed Get Out

Answer: Jordan Peele

186. What Is the Name of the Talking Alien Tree in Guardians of the Galaxy

Answer: Groot

187. “You Talkin’ to Me?” Is a Famous Line from What 1976 Movie Starring Robert Deniro? 

Answer: “Taxi Driver”

188. Chevy Chase, Ted Knight, and Bill Murray Star in This ‘70s Film about a Golf Rivalry at a Snooty Country Club. 

Answer: “Caddyshack”

189. In the Movie The Princess Diaries, What Fictional Country Is Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) Expected to Rule? 

Answer: Genovia

190. In the TV Series Stranger Things, What Is the Name of the Young Girl with Telekinetic Powers?

Answer: Eleven

191. Who Played the Character of Tony Montana in the 1983 Film Scarface?

Answer: Al Pacino

192. In the Film The Shawshank Redemption, What Is the Occupation of the Main Character Andy Dufresne?

Answer: Banker

193. Which Movie Won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2020?

Answer: Parasite

194. Who Directed the 2008 Superhero Film The Dark Knight?

Answer: Christopher Nolan

195. Which Actor Portrayed the Character Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Answer: Chris Hemsworth

196. What Are the Names of the Two Main Characters in La La Land?

Answer: Mia and Sebastian

197. What Is the Name of the Hobbit Chosen to Destroy a Powerful Gold Ring in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy? 

Answer: Frodo

198. After Spotting It on His Underwear, What Does Marty McFly’s Young Mother Think His Name Is in Back to the Future

Answer: Calvin Klein

199. What Year Was the First Star Wars Released? 

Answer: 1977

200. Who Plays the Voice of Darth Vader in the Star Wars Franchise?

Answer: James Earl Jones

201. Based on the Broadway Musical of the Same Name, What 1978 Movie Features Two Star-Crossed High Schoolers Who Fall in Love? 

Answer: “Grease”

202. In The Empire Strikes Back, What Does Han Solo Memorably Say to Princess Leia after She Confesses to Love Him? 

Answer: “I know.”

203. Where Does the Film Avatar Take Place? 

Answer: Pandora

204. Who Played the Title Character of Maria in The Sound of Music

Answer: Julie Andrews

205. What Phrase Does E.T. Famously Say? 

Answer: “E.T. phone home.”

206. What Kind of Container Does Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight) Use to Hide Stolen Dinosaur Embryos in Jurassic Park

Answer: A can of Barbasol shaving cream

207. Which 1975 Film Is Considered to Be the Very First Summer Blockbuster? 

Answer: “Jaws”

208. In The Lord of the Rings, How Many Rings of Power Are There in Total? 

Answer: 20

209. What Is the Name of the Fictional City in The Simpsons Where the Simpson Family Resides?

Answer: Springfield

210. Which TV Show Features a Time-Traveling Alien Known as “The Doctor”?

Answer: Doctor Who


pop culture

Ready for some more trivia questions? These are all about pop culture, so hopefully, you’ve been paying attention to the media lately.

211. Which Designer Is Famous for His Red-Soled Shoes?

Answer: Christian Louboutin

212. George Michael and What Other Singer-Songwriter Were Founding Members of the ‘80s Group Wham!? 

Answer: Andrew Ridgeley

Answer: Coca-Cola

214. What Was the First Music Video Played on the Newly-Launched Music TV Network MTV? 

Answer: “Video Killed the Radio Star,” by The Buggles

Answer: “Dallas”

216. Which U.S. City Was the 1984 Olympic Games Held? 

Answer: Los Angeles

Answer: Rubik’s Cube

218. Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez Are the Two Main Characters in What 2006 Disney TV Movie? 

Answer: “High School Musical”

219. In 2003, What Austrian-Born Actor Became California’s Governor? 

Answer: Arnold Schwarzenegger

Answer: “The Office”

221. What is Joe Exotic, a.k.a. The Tiger King’s Real Name?

Answer: Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage

222. How Many Kids Does Angelina Jolie Have?

Answer: 6 (Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne)

223. What Is the Name of the Fictional Newspaper That Employs Clark Kent (AKA Superman) in the “Superman” Franchise?

Answer: The Daily Planet

224. What Is the Name of the Fictional Kingdom in “Black Panther”?

Answer: Wakanda

225. Where Did Prince William and Kate Middleton First Meet?

Answer: St. Andrews University

226. How Many Harry Potter Books and Movies Are There?

Answer: 7 books and eight movies

Answer: Doja Cat

228. What Are the Names of the Sanderson Sisters from Hocus Pocus?

Answer: Winifred, Mary and Sarah

229. Who Replaced Kathie Lee Gifford on the Today Show?

Answer: Jenna Bush Hager

230. Who Was the Highest-Paid Actress of 2019, According to Forbes?

Answer: Scarlett Johansson

231. What Is Rihanna’s Real Name?

Answer: Robyn Fenty

232. Which Pop Star Is the Godmother of Both of Elton John’s Sons?

Answer: Lady Gaga

233. What Did Mandalorian Fans Name “The Child” in the Disney+ Series?

Answer: Baby Yoda

234. Who Created the Viral “Renegade” Dance on TikTok?

Answer: Jalaiah Harmon

235. What Is the Name of the News Series John Krasinski Launched during the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Answer: Some Good News

236. Who Is the Oldest Kardashian Sister?

Answer: Kourtney

237. In 2020, Netflix Aired a Reality Show That Required Participants to Remain Celibate. What Was It Called?

Answer: Too Hot To Handle

238. Which Hard Seltzer Did America Face a Shortage of in 2019?

Answer: White Claw

239. What Is the Name of the Alternate Dimension in Netflix’s Stranger Things?

Answer: The Upside Down

240. Which Pop Star Accidentally Set Fire to Her Home Gym with Candles?

Answer: Britney Spears

241. Fifteen Years after Friends Ended, Jennifer Aniston Made Her Return to TV on What Show?

Answer: The Morning Show

242. Which Movie Did Taylor Swift Make Her Acting Debut In?

Answer: Valentine’s Day

243. What Year Did Keeping Up with the Kardashians First Premiere?

Answer: 2007

244. What Was the Name of Winston’s Beloved Cat in New Girl?

Answer: Furguson

245. Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries Were Married for How Many Days?

Answer: 72



The next trivia questions are for the sports fans out there. This will have to do with sports from around the world so if you are just a die hard football fan, this might be a bit harder.

246. Which NFL Player Spent Two Years in Prison for Being One of the Chief Operators of Bad News Kennels?

Answer: Michael Vick

247. Who Is Often Referred to as “The Greatest” in the Sport of Boxing?

Answer: Muhammad Ali

248. How Many Feet Separate the Stakes in a Game of Horseshoes?

Answer: Forty

249. What World Champ Was the First Figure Skater Ever to Star in Her Own Video Game?

Answer: Michelle Kwan

250. Where Was the First Olympics Held? 

Answer: Panathenaic Stadium, Greece

251. When Was the First Indy 500 Held? 

Answer: 1911

252. Who Was the Highest-Paid Athlete in 2022? 

Answer: Lionel Messi

253. Which Number Does Every Major League Baseball Player Wear on April 15? 

Answer: 42

254. Which Country Originated the Sport of Curling?

Answer: Scotland

255. In What Year Were the First Air Jordan Sneakers Released?

Answer: 1984

256. Which Athlete Has Won the Most Olympic Medals?

Answer: Michael Phelps (28 medals)

257. What Is the Signature Food Dish Served at Wimbledon?

Answer: Strawberries and cream

258. What Is the Highest Score a Gymnast Can Achieve in Artistic Gymnastics?

Answer: 10

259. Which Sport Is Known as “The Sport of Kings”?

Answer: Horse racing

260. What Is the Standard Number of Players on a Soccer Team?

Answer: 11 players

261. Which Country Hosted the 2016 Summer Olympics?

Answer: Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)

262. What Is the Term Used When a Golfer Completes a Hole in Two Strokes under Par?

Answer: Eagle

263. In Baseball, What Is the Term for Hitting a Home Run With All Three Bases Occupied, Resulting in Four Runs?

Answer: Grand slam

264. Who Won the Super Bowl in 2021?

Answer: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

265. Which Player from the Dallas Mavericks Is an Investor in Big Blanket Co., the Maker of 10-by-10-foot Blankets? 

Answer: Boban Marjanovic

266. What Type of Race Is the Tour de France? 

Answer: Bicycle race

267. What Are the Cleveland Browns’ Team Colors? 

Answer: Brown and orange

278. In Football, How Many Points Does a Touchdown Have? 

Answer: Six

269. Which Olympic Event Involves a Combination of Swimming, Cycling, and Running?

Answer: Triathlon

270. Which Sport Has a “Pitcher” and “Catcher” as Key Positions?

Answer: Baseball.

271. In Which Sport Can You Win a “Green Jacket”?

Answer: Golf (Masters Tournament)

272. Who Holds the Record for the Most Goals Scored in a Single NHL Hockey Season?

Answer: Wayne Gretzky

273. Who Is the All-Time Leading NBA Scorer?

Answer: LeBron James (over 40,000 points)

274. The First Sport Invented Was What?

Answer: Wrestling

275. What Is Muhammad Ali’s Real Name?

Answer: Cassius Clay

276. In Bowling, What Are Three Strikes in a Row Called?

Answer: A turkey

277. Which Athlete Won the Tour de France Every Year from 1999 – 2005?

Answer: Lance Armstrong

278. How Old Are the Horses That Run in the Kentucky Derby?

Answer: Three years old

279. Who Is the All-Time Home Run Leader?

Answer: Barry Bonds (762)

280. It Can Be Played Indoors or Outdoors. It’s Notable for Attracting a Wide Range of Ages and Fitness Levels. It Combines Elements of Tennis, Badminton, and Ping-Pong. Its Highest Governing Body Is the Ifp. What Sport Is It?

Answer: Pickleball


Perhaps you’re the music expert of the group. These are the trivia questions for you. They are all about music, musicians, and more.

281. Who Was the First Female Artist to Be Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

Answer: Aretha Franklin

282. What Was Elvis Presley’s Middle Name?

Answer: Aaron

283. Who Is the Lead Singer of Coldplay?

Answer: Chris Martin

284. Before Miley Cyrus Recorded “Wrecking Ball,” Which Singer Was Offered It To?

Answer: Beyoncé

285. What Rock Icon Was the Founder of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Long-Haired Men?

Answer: David Bowie

286. Before Phil Collins, Who Was the Lead Singer of Genesis?

Answer: Peter Gabriel

287. Who Is the Best-Selling Female Artist of All Time?

Answer: Madonna

288. Who Was the Lead Vocalist of the Band Queen?

Answer: Freddie Mercury

289. Which Artist Holds the Record for the Most Number-One Hits on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart?

Answer: Mariah Carey

290. Which Artist Is Known for the Hit Song “Rolling in the Deep”?

Answer: Adele

291. Who Wrote “The Star-Spangled Banner”? 

Answer: Francis Scott Key

292. Which Country Artist Threw Javelin While Attending Oklahoma State University? 

Answer: Garth Brooks

293. What Song Did Paul McCartney Pen for John Lennon’s Son, Julian? 

Answer: “Hey Jude”

294. What Musician Was Awarded the First Gold Record? 

Answer: Perry Como

295. What Are the First Names of the Five Brothers That Made up the Jackson 5? 

Answer: Jermaine, Marlon, Jackie, Tito and Michael

296. What’s the Best-Selling Christmas Single of All Time? 

Answer: “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby

297. Eminem’s 8 Mile Is Named after a Road in Which City?

Answer: Detroit

298. Which Member of *Nsync Was a Replacement for Another Who Quit Before They Got Big?

Answer: Lance Bass

299. JImi Hendrix Only Had One Top 40 Hit. Which Song Was It?

Answer: “All Along the Watchtower”

300. “The Day the Music Died” Refers to the Tragic Deaths of Which Artists?

Answer: Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper

301. Where Was Tupac Shakur Born?

Answer: East Harlem, New York

 302. What Singer Was Born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou?

Answer: George Michael

303. Frank Sinatra Changed the Lyrics of “The Lady Is a Tramp” to “The Lady Is A” What?

Answer: “Champ”

Answer: Usher

305. What Was the First Rap Single to Hit the Billboard Top 40?

Answer: “Rapper’s Delight” by Sugarhill Gang

306. Though Made Most Famous by Ike and Tina Turner, “Proud Mary” Was First Recorded by Whom?

Answer: Creedence Clearwater Revival

307. What Languages Does Shakira Speak?

Answer: English, Spanish, Arabic, French, Italian and Portuguese

308. What Band Is Jared Leto the Frontman Of?

Answer: 30 Seconds to Mars

309. Which Member of Kiss Wore Makeup to Look like a Cat?

Answer: Peter Criss

310. Which Body Part Does the Wu-Tang Clan Recommend Protecting?

Answer: Your neck

311. Which Marvel Movie’s Soundtrack Won Two Grammys?

Answer: Black Panther

312. Weird Al Yankovic Mistakenly Thought Which Artist Gave His Blessing for a Parody?

Answer: Coolio

313. Lizzo Plays What Instrument?

Answer: Flute

314. What Artists Recorded Two of Their Bestselling Albums While They Were behind Bars?

Answer: Johnny Cash

315. What Year Did MTV Launch? 

Answer: 1981


food trivia questions

We didn’t forget about the foodies out there. These trivia questions are all about food and drinks. Again, we will talk about food from all around the world, so be prepared.

316. How Many Herbs and Spices Are in Colonel Sanders’ Original KFC Recipe?

Answer: 11 

317. What Does the Skin of the Grape Contain?

Answer: Natural yeast

318. Focaccia Al Rosmarino Is a Food Item. What Type of Cuisine Is It?

Answer: Italian

319. What Fast Food Chain Once Used the Slogan “Think outside the Bun”? 

Answer: Taco Bell

320. How Many Slices of Pizza Does America Eat per Second? 

Answer: 350-400 slices of pizza per second

321. How Many Pounds of Curly Fries Does Arby’s Sell in a Year? 

Answer: 100 million pounds

322. For What Food Is the Scoville Scale Used to Measure Spiciness?

Answer: Chili peppers

323. One of Andy Warhol’s Most Famous Artworks Is a Set of 32 Canvases, Each Bearing an Image of a Red-and-White Can of Soup from What Company?

Answer: Campbell’s

Answer: Nachos

325. What Was the First Fast-Food Chain in China?

Answer: KFC

326. In Greek Mythology, What Food Was Considered the Food or Drink of the Olympian Gods? 

Answer: Ambrosia

327. The Iron Chef America TV Show Was Based on the Iron Chef Show That Originated in Which Country? 

Answer: Japan

328. Gaufrette Potatoes Are Basically the Same Thing as What? 

Answer: Waffle fries

329. Which Country Is Known for Producing the Most Coffee in the World?

Answer: Brazil

330. What Is the Main Ingredient in the Traditional Greek Dish Moussaka?

Answer: Eggplant (aubergine)

331. What Is the National Dish of Spain, Consisting of Rice, Saffron, and Various Meats or Vegetables?

Answer: Paella

332. How Many Folds Are in a Chef’s Hat? 

Answer: 100

333. What Is the Primary Ingredient in the Middle Eastern Dish Falafel?

Answer: Chickpeas

334. Which Nut Is Used to Make Marzipan?

Answer: Almonds

335. What Condiment Was Used for Its Medicinal Qualities in the 1800s?

Answer: Ketchup

336. Arachibutyrophobia Is the Fear of What Food Sticking to the Roof of Your Mouth?

Answer: Peanut butter

337. What Are the Three Most Prevalent Fruit Allergies?

Answer: Apple, peach, and kiwi

338. Which Country Drinks the Most Coffee in Pounds per Year?

Answer: Finland

339. Which Chocolate Bar Is the Global Bestseller?

Answer: Snickers

340. What Goes into a Standard Mirepoix?

Answer: Mirepoix is made with onion, celery, and carrots.

341. A Tournée Cut Produces What Shape of Vegetable?

Answer: Small footballs

342. How Many Tablespoons Are in a Cup?

Answer: 16

343. True or False: Cutting Steak against the Grain Makes It Tender.

Answer: True

344. What Is a Finely Chopped Mixture of Cooked Mushroom, Onion, and Herbs Called?

Answer: Duxelles

345. What Does It Mean to “Dock” Pastry Dough?

Answer: To pierce it

346. If You Are “Tempering” Chocolate, What Are You Doing With It?

Answer: Melting and then cooling it in a particular way

347. What Does It Mean to Macerate Fruit?

Answer: To soak it in a flavorful liquid (such as alcohol) or toss it in sugar

348. What Does It Mean to Baste Something?

Answer: To moisten something with fat while it cooks

349. What Is the Only Fruit with Seeds on the Outside?

Answer: Strawberries



We’ve got another category here for readers. These trivia questions will be all about literature, books, and authors.

350. Which Famous Author Wrote ‘Ulysses’?

Answer: James Joyce

351. What Phrase, Often Used in Typing Practice, Includes Every Letter in the English Alphabet?

Answer: The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

352. What Classic Leo Tolstoy Novel, First Released Serially from 1873-1877, Tells the Story of a Titular Woman and Her Affair with Count Vronsky?

Answer: Anna Karenina

353. In the Classic 1957 Children’s Book, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” What Is the Name of the Town from Which the Grinch Steals Holiday Presents and Decorations?

Answer: Whoville

354. What Is the Name of the Third Book in the Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer? Scientifically, This Title Signifies an Occurrence in Which an Astronomical Object Is Temporarily Obscured.

Answer: Eclipse

355. Who Wrote “The Little Mermaid”?

Answer: Hans Christian Andersen

356. What Notable Astronomer Penned the 1980 Best-Selling Book “Cosmos?” 

Answer: Carl Sagan

357. Which Book about a Band of Rabbits Became a Bestseller in 1972? 

Answer: “Watership Down”

358. Which Author Penned the Apocalyptic Novel “The Stand”? 

Answer: Stephen King

359. What Was the Original Title of Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451”? 

Answer: “The Fireman”

360. What Game Do the Women in Amy Tan’s “Joy Luck Club” Meet to Play?

Answer: Mahjong

361. “The Da Vinci Code” Opens with a Murder. Which Famous Museum Is It? 

Answer: The Louvre

362. What 1988 Book by Salman Rushdie Is Considered Blasphemous by Many Muslim Countries? 

Answer: “The Satanic Verses”

363. What Book Holds the Record for Being the Fastest-Selling Book in History?

Answer: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”

364. Which Writer Holds the Guinness World Record for the Most Translated Works? 

Answer: Agatha Christie

365. What’s the Name of the Pig in the Book “Charlotte’s Web”? 

Answer: Wilbur

366. What Is the Name of the Vampire in the 1976 Anne Rice Novel “Interview with a Vampire”? 

Answer: Louis de Pointe du Lac

367. In the Book “Pride and Prejudice,” Who Is Elizabeth Bennet in Love With? 

Answer: Mr. Darcy

368. What Nicholas Sparks Book about a Young Socialite and Her Long-Time Crush Was Made into a 2004 Movie? 

Answer: “The Notebook”

Answer: Green eggs and ham

370. In “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” What Magical Country Does the White Witch Put a Spell on So That It Is Always Winter but Never Christmas?

Answer: Narnia

371. Oakland, California, Features a Neighborhood Named after What Author of “The Call of the Wild,” Who Often Frequented the Area?

Answer: Jack London

372. Named after a London Railway Station, What Fictional Literary Bear Was Originally a Stowaway from “Darkest Peru?”

Answer: Paddington Bear

373. What Interesting Type of Home Do the Berenstain Bears Live In?

Answer: Treehouse

374. Not Signifying Someone Smart with Lincolns, but Rather a Sewer-Dweller, What Is the Name of the Dancing Clown in Stephen King’s Famed Horror Novel “It?”

Answer: Pennywise

375. Code-Switching and Police Violence Are Major Themes in What 2017 Young-Adult Novel by Angie Thomas?

Answer: The Hate U Give

376. What British Author Wrote the Classic 1964 Children’s Novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?”

Answer: Roald Dahl

377. What Dystopian Novel by George Orwell Told of Life in a Future Totalitarian State Dominated by “Big Brother”?

Answer: Nineteen Eighty-Four.

378. In What Language Was Don Quixote Written?

Answer: Spanish.

379. The Book Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen Takes Place in What Era?

Answer: 1930’s.



Finally we’ve got a few trivia questions based around religion. Remember they are about all religions all over the world. Pray that you remember all your religious knowledge.

380. What Is the Primary Religion of the Philippines?

Answer: Christian

381. Approximately How Many Jehovah’s Witnesses Are There?

Answer: 8 million

382. Where Are the Majority of Sikhs Based?

Answer: India

383. Which African Country Is Regarded as the Spiritual Home of the Rastafari Religious Movement?

Answer: Ethiopia

384. The Voodoo Religion Combines Different Beliefs, Traditions, and Practices from African Religions and Roman Catholic Christianity. In Which Country Was This Religion Created?

Answer: Haiti

385. What Do the Flying Spaghetti Monsterism Faithful Call Themselves?

Answer: Pastafarians

386. What Do Many of the Inuit Believe Are Part of the Aurora Borealis?

Answer: the souls of their ancestors

387. The Phrase “Sacred Cow” to Describe a Person or Thing Immune from Criticism Comes from What Religion That, in Fact, Does Revere Cows as Holy Animals?

Answer: Hindu

388. The City of Dearborn, Michigan, Just outside of Detroit, Is Home to the Country’s Largest Community per Capita; Who Follow What Religion?

Answer: Islam

389. A Bar Mitzvah, Literally Meaning “Son of the Commandment,” Is Traditionally Celebrated When Jewish Males Turn What Age?

Answer: 13

390. In the Quran, How Many Sons Do Fatimah and Her Husband Have?

Answer: 2

391. Who Do Jews View as the Father of the Jewish People?

Answer: Abraham

392. The Hindu Goddess Parvati Is the Wife of Which Deity?

Answer: Shiva

393. What Is the Term for Someone Who Has Memorized the Entire Quran?

Answer: Hafiz

394. When Was Wicca Formed?

Answer: 1900s

395. What Is the Most Important Holiday in a Catholic’s Calendar?

Answer: Easter

396. Which Hindu Festival Is Also Known as the Festival of Colors?

Answer: Holi

397. What Movie Is the Religion Jediism Based On?

Answer: Star Wars

398. St. Peter’s Basilica Is in Which Continent?

Answer: Europe

399. Who Founded the Amish Movement?

Answer: Jakob Ammann

400. What Is the Name of the Individual Whom Sikhs Follow?

Answer: Guru

401. Huitzilopochtli Was a Deity of War, the Sun, and Human Sacrifice, as Well as Being the Patron of the City of Tenochtitlan, in Which Mesoamerican Civilization?

Answer: Aztec

401. How Many Sacraments Does Catholicism Have?

Answer: 7

401. “Thou Shalt Not Covet” Is One of the Ten Commandments, a Set of Traditional Christian Religious Verses Said to Have Been Relayed from God to What Famous, Hirsute Man?

Answer: Moses

404. According to Chapter 9 in Proverbs, What Four-Word Phrase “Is the Beginning of Wisdom”?

Answer: Fear of the Lord

405. Known as a Chadaree in Afghanistan, a Veil That Conceals the Entire Face and Body Is More Commonly Known as a Religious Garment That Is Traditionally Worn by Muslim Women.

Answer: Burka

406. According to the Bible, What Was Noah’s First Bird to Be Sent Out of the Ark?

Answer: Raven

407. The Day after Shrove Tuesday Is Known as ‘What’….Wednesday’?

Answer: Ash Wednesday

408. In the Bible, Conquest, War, Famine, and Death Symbolize the Four ‘What’?

Answer: Horsemen of the Apocalypse

409. Theravada and Mahayana Are the Main Branches of Which Religion?

Answer: Buddhism

410. According to the Bible, Jesus Was Baptised in Which River?

Answer: River Jordan

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