120 Best Trivia Questions

120 Best Trivia Questions

Are you ready to give your kids a little fun with some trivia questions? It’s time to roll up your sleeves, gather your kids in the living room, and create a night of fun and excitement. With 120 questions of easy, challenging, and hard trivia, your kids will need to wrack their brains, answer to the best of their knowledge, and gather points to take the lead. 

With so many categories at your disposal, you don’t need to do tons of research to set up a game night. Test their knowledge, teach them a few general things, and play to their competitive side. Now, are you ready for the best trivia night of your lives?

Let’s get this trivia started!


Trivia Questions for the Beginners

Difficulty: Easy

What is the largest animal in the world?

Answer: The Blue Whale


If they say “whale” alone, give them the point!

Where is the Empire State Building?

Answer: New York City


What is the capital of France?

Answer: Paris


Who is Mickey Mouse’s wife?

Answer: Minnie Mouse


Who discovered America?

Answer: Christopher Columbus 


Jack and Jill were going up what?

Answer: The hill


How many continents are there in the world?

Answer: 7


How many tentacles does an Octopus have?

Answer: 8


Cheetahs are the fastest animals on the planet. True or false?

Answer: True


Who is SpongeBob’s best friend?

Answer: Patrick Star


How many sides does a pentagon have?

Answer: 5


What is the name of Harry Potter’s father?

Answer: James Potter


Where do penguins live?

Answer: Antarctica 


How many quarters are in a dollar?

Answer: 4


Which Disney princess lost her shoe?

Answer: Cinderella 


Who is Batman’s sidekick?

Answer: Robin 


San Francisco is in which state?

Answer: California 


Which Pixar film has Woody and Buzz Lightyear?

Answer: Toy Story


Which bridge is in San Francisco?

Answer: The Golden Gate Bridge


What did Queen Elsa sing in Frozen?

Answer: Let it go


How many states are in the United States of America?

Answer: 50 


What does a thermometer measure?

Answer: Temperature 


How many Dwarves lived with Snow White? 

Answer: 7


At what temperature does water freeze? 

Answer: 0°C or 32°F


When is the US independence day? 

Answer: The 4th of July 


What is a three-wheeled bicycle called? 

Answer: A tricycle 


Which continent is India located on? 

Answer: Asia 


Alice in Wonderland fell down the what? 

Answer: Rabbit hole


Where is Sydney? 

Answer: Australia 


What animals are Tom & Jerry? 

Answer: A cat and a mouse 


What is the name of Santa Clause’s reindeer with the red nose? 

Answer: Rudolph 


Who is the evil woman who wanted to steal all the Dalmatians? 

Answer: Cruella De Vil 


Who is the villain in Aladdin? 

Answer: Jafar 


Which country is also a continent?

Answer: Australia


In Sesame Street, who is obsessed with cookies?

Answer: The Cookie Monster


What is SpongeBob Squarepants?

Answer: A Sponge 


Which “Wonder of the World” is found in Egypt?

Answer: The Pyramids 


Who is Ash Ketchum’s yellow Pokémon?

Answer: Pikachu


What is Mozilla Firefox?

Answer: A Web Browser


Which travels faster, light or sound?

Answer: Light


Challenge the Kids with these Trivia Questions

Difficulty: Challenging 

Which planet is closest to the sun?

Answer: Mercury


How many rings are there in the Olympics logo?

Answer: 5


Which cereal brand has a brown bunny on it?



Who sang “Thank u, next”

Answer: Ariana Grande


Who is the God of Thunder?

Answer: Thor


Where is the Leaning Tower of Piza?

Answer: Italy 


The Little Mermaid had a pet fish named what? 

Answer: Flounder


What language, other than English, do they speak in Canada? 

Answer: French 


Cleopatra was the queen of which country? 

Answer: Egypt 


Who invented the telephone? 

Answer: Alexander Graham Bell


What is the largest country in the world?

Answer: Russia


Who started his speech with “I had a dream…”?

Answer: Martin Luther King Jr. 


What is the tallest mountain in the world?

Answer: Mount Everest


What is the chemical name for H?

Answer: Hydrogen


What do astronomers study?

Answer: The stars


What did Julius Caesar rule?

Answer: Rome


Which bone is in your head?

Answer: The skull


What do you call a baby cow?

Answer: A calf


Which animal was considered sacred in Ancient Egypt?

Answer: Cats


Who was the headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry?

Answer: Albus Dumbledore 


What is the capital of Canada?

Answer: Ottawa


How many hours does it take the Earth to make one complete spin?

Answer: 24 hours


What do you call a shape with 6 sides?

Answer: A hexagon 


Who attacked Pearl Harbor?

Answer: The Japanese


Which country has the most population?

Answer: China


What is the capital of India?

Answer: New Delhi 


Who sang “I Will Always Love You”?

Answer: Whitney Houston 


Who was the leader of the Greek Gods?

Answer: Zeus 


Who wrote Harry Potter?

Answer: J.K. Rowling


How many legs does a spider have?

Answer: 8


Who are the three Jonas brothers?

Answer: Joe, Nick, and Kevin


What is the national animal of the United States of America?

Answer: The Bald Eagle


What sport did Tiger Woods play?

Answer: Golf


What secret military base is located in Nevada?

Answer: Area 51


What country is Dubai located in?

Answer: United Arab Emirates


What is the chemical name for H?

Answer: Hydrogen 


What are the three states of matter?

Answer: Solid, gas, and liquid


What animal is on the logo of Twitter?

Answer: A bird


In what sport can you score a three-pointer?

Answer: Basketball


What does KFC stand for?

Answer: Kentucky Fried Chicken


Trivia Questions — The Thinking Questions!

Difficulty: Hard

Which American President freed the slaves? 

Answer: President Abraham Lincoln 


What is the national sport of the United Kingdom? 

Answer: Cricket 


Which animal never forgets? 

Answer: Elephants 


Who painted “The Starry Night”?

Answer: Vincent Van Gogh


What is the name for “a fear of spiders”?

Answer: Arachnophobia


Who played Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

Answer: Johnny Depp 


Who founded the Ford Motor Company?

Answer: Henry Ford


Who wrote “Pride and Prejudice”?

Answer: Jane Austen


What do you call a group of lions?

Answer: A pride


Which dinosaur could fly?

Answer: Pterodactyl 


What is the speed of light?

Answer: 300,000 km/sec or 186,000 miles/sec


What are the three stars in a straight line?

Answer: Orion’s belt


Which mythical creature is half an eagle and half a lion?

Answer: A Griffin 


What is the name of the dog that always chased Tom in Tom & Jerry?

Answer: Spike 


After which holiday do you never wear white?

Answer: Labor Day


What language is most commonly spoken in China?

Answer: Mandarin (No, it’s not “Chinese”)


Which animal can turn their heads a maximum of 270 degrees?

Answer: Owls 


Which bird is known to eat dead animals?

Answer: Vultures


Where does the Pope live?

Answer: Vatican City


What is the name of a baby kangaroo?

Answer: A Joey


In which US city did Jazz start?

Answer: New Orleans


What does the acronym TTYL stand for?

Answer: Talk to you later


What year did World War 2 begin?

Answer: 1939


How far away is the Sun from the Earth?

Answer: 150 million km or 93 million miles 


Who is the messenger of the Greek Gods?

Answer: Hermes


How many chambers does the heart have?

Answer: 4


Who discovered Radium?

Answer: Marie Curie


Which country won the most FIFA World Cups?

Answer: Brazil


What is the smallest planet in our solar system?

Answer: Mercury 


What is the color of a sapphire?

Answer: blue


Which river runs through London?

Answer: River Thames


What is a group of crows called?

Answer: A murder


Where was Jesus born?

Answer: Palestine


Which is the tallest building in the world?

Answer: Burj Khalifa 


Which country is Leonardo Da Vinci from?

Answer: Italy


Who wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

Answer: Harper Lee


Who did David fight in the bible?

Answer: Goliath 


Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

Answer: Michelangelo 


Who was the first James Bond?

Answer: Sean Connery


How long did it take to build the Great Wall of China?

Answer: Over 2,000 years