The Comprehensive List of 285 Trivia Questions and Answers for Workgroups
Trivia is a great way to bring your team together but deciding on the perfect trivia questions and answers can be easier said than done. That’s why we put together a comprehensive list for you to pick from for your next trivia game.
Updated: October 10, 2022
Trivia games are a fun and social team activity for workgroups, especially when you’ve got trivia questions and answers that inspire a lot of laughs, make people rack their brains, and inspire people to draw on each other’s knowledge to get them right.
Trying your luck at trivia questions isn’t just fun, though. It also offers a number of other benefits, including:
- Being low stress and low maintenance
- Bringing out both collaboration and friendly competition
- Helping to release a kick of dopamine into our brains
- Improving cognition by giving your brain a workout every time you search for an answer
But while trivia games themselves are easy to run, collecting the perfect questions can take a lot of legwork.
That’s why we’ve done the digging on your behalf and compiled a list of trivia questions and answers in a variety of categories that your workgroup will love.
- 67 Entertainment Trivia Questions and Answers
- 23 Sports Trivia Questions and Answers
- 36 Geography Trivia Questions and Answers
- 22 Politics Trivia Questions and Answers and Answers
- 21 History Trivia Questions and Answers
- 35 Food Trivia Questions and Answers
- 20 Science, Space, and Technology Trivia Questions and Answers
- 21 Nature Trivia Questions and Answers
- 20 Holiday Trivia Questions and Answers
- 20 Health Trivia Questions and Answers
67 Entertainment Trivia Questions and Answers
From movies to music, books, and beyond, people love entertainment-themed trivia. And luckily, there’s a virtually endless selection of trivia questions and answers on these topics. Check out these 66 great ones.
Here are 67 of our favorites.
Question: What are the dying words of Charles Foster Kane in Citizen Kane?
Question: What was the first toy to be advertised on television?
Answer: Mr. Potato Head from Toy Story
Question: Who played Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate?
Answer: Anne Bancroft
Question: What was the first feature-length animated movie ever released?
Answer: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Question: In The Matrix, does Neo take the blue pill or the red pill?
Question: For what movie did Tom Hanks score his first Academy Award nomination?
Question: What 1927 musical was the first “talkie”?
Answer: The Jazz Singer
Question: What’s the name of the skyscraper in Die Hard?
Answer: Nakatomi Plaza
Question: What flavor of Pop Tarts does Buddy the Elf use in his spaghetti in Elf?
Question: What shocking Wes Craven horror movie carried the marketing tagline, “To avoid fainting, keep repeating, ‘It’s only a movie…’”?
Answer: The Last House on the Left
Question: What pop vocal group performs at the wedding in Bridesmaids?
Answer: Wilson Phillips
Question: What real-life on-again off-again Hollywood power couple starred in the film Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Answer: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton
Question: What American writer/director starred in several iconic European-produced “Spaghetti Westerns?”
Answer: Clint Eastwood
Question: Who played Juror Number 8 in 12 Angry Men?
Answer: Henry Fonda
Question: The head of what kind of animal is front-and-center in an infamous scene from The Godfather?
Answer: A horse
Question: What TV show was Jack Nicholson referencing when he ad-libbed “Here’s Johnny!” in The Shining?
Answer: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Question: What critically panned 1984 country-musical comedy starring Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone eventually became a cult classic?
Question: Who played park owner John Hammond in Jurassic Park?
Answer: Richard Attenborough
Question: In what 1976 thriller does Robert De Niro famously say, “You talkin’ to me?”
Answer: Taxi Driver
Question: What’s the name of the anthemic dance near the beginning of The Rocky Horror Picture Show?
Answer: “The Time Warp”
Question: For what movie did Steven Spielberg win his first Oscar for Best Director?
Answer: Schindler’s List
Question: What is the name of the courtesan played by Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge!
Question: In what 1950 drama does Bette Davis say, “Fasten your seatbelts; it’s going to be a bumpy night”?
Answer: All About Eve
Question: The theme from The Third Man (also called “The Harry Lime Theme” was performed on what instrument?
Question: Marlon Brando “could have been a contender” in what iconic 1954 crime drama?
Answer: On the Waterfront
Question: What famous L.A. landmark is heavily featured in Rebel Without a Cause?
Answer: Griffith Observatory
Question: Who played Martin Luther King Jr. in the 2014 biopic Selma?
Answer: David Oyelowo
Question: What was the name of the band who sang F.R.I.E.N.D.S.’ theme song?
Answer: The Rembrandts
Question: Who directed Boris Karloff in the classics Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein?
Answer: James Whale
Question: Who is the famous author of the Harry Potter book series?
Answer: J.K. Rowling
Question: What infamous 1980 box-office bomb ruined the career of The Deer Hunter director Michael Cimino?
Answer: Heaven’s Gate
Question: Who was the fictional character Shrek marries in his titular film series?
Answer: Princess Fiona
Question: What words are written on the knuckles of “Reverend” Harry Powell (Robert Mitchum) in The Night of the Hunter?
Answer: “Love” and “hate.”
Question: What Hollywood movie star plays himself in Zombieland?
Answer: Bill Murray
Question: In Risky Business, what song did Tom Cruise famously lip-sync to in his underwear?
Answer: “Old Time Rock and Roll” by Bob Seger
Question: In Harry Potter, what does the wizard/witch need to say to open the Marauder’s Map?
Answer: I solemnly swear that I’m up to no good
Question: Who is the only actor to receive an Oscar nomination for acting in a Lord of the Rings movie?
Answer: Ian McKellen
Question: In the first episode of F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Season 1, what was Rachel Green running away from?
Answer: Her wedding
Question: Who took over the role of Bruce Wayne’s love interest Rachel Dawes in The Dark Knight, following Katie Holmes’s exit after Batman Begins?
Answer: Maggie Gyllenhaal
Question: What song plays over the opening credits of Guardians of the Galaxy?
Answer: “Come and Get Your Love” by Redbone
Question: For which 1964 musical blockbuster did Julie Andrews win the Academy Award for Best Actress?
Answer: Mary Poppins
Question: What is the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time?
Question: What 1994 crime film revitalized John Travolta’s career?
Answer: Pulp Fiction
Question: Who voiced the sultry Jessica Rabbit in Who’s Afraid of Roger Rabbit?
Answer: Kathleen Turner
Question: Which movie was incorrectly announced as the winner of Best Picture at the 2017 Academy Awards, during the greatest Oscars flub of all time?
Answer: La La Land
Question: Which 1948 Alfred Hitchcock movie starred James Stewart and was shot to look like one continuous take?
Question: “Well, nobody’s perfect” is the final line (and punchline) from what classic 1959 comedy starring Marilyn Monroe?
Answer: Some Like it Hot
Question: The stage play Everybody Comes to Rick’s was adapted for the screen to become what 1942 Best Picture winner?
Question: In what 1979 James Bond movie does the famous spy go to outer space?
Question: Who wrote the famous, scary theme music from Halloween?
Answer: John Carpenter
Question: What animated classic was the first film of the late-twentieth century “Disney Renaissance?”
Answer: The Little Mermaid
Question: In Apocalypse Now, Robert Duvall says, “I love the smell of _____ in the morning.”
Question: What is the name of Quint’s shark-hunting boat in Jaws?
Answer: The Orca
Question: What’s the name of Charlie Chaplin’s most famous, recurring character?
Answer: “The Tramp”
Question: Aaron Sorkin won an Oscar for writing what 2010 drama about the creation of Facebook?
Answer: The Social Network
Question: Who played iconic femme fatale Phyllis Dietrichson in classic 1946 film noir Double Indemnity?
Answer: Barbara Stanwyck
Question: What is the model of revolver made famous by Clint Eastwood’s “Dirty” Harry Callahan?
Answer: Smith & Wesson Model 29 .44 Magnum
Question: Which 1927 war drama was the first movie to ever win Best Picture?
Question: Who is the first actor to play Jack Ryan on screen?
Answer: Alec Baldwin
Question: What was Audrey Hepburn’s birth name?
Answer: Audrey Kathleen Ruston
Question: Joaquin Phoenix received his first Oscar nomination for playing Roman emperor Commodus in what 2000 Oscar-winning epic?
Question: Who played the “Unsinkable” Molly Brown in Titanic?
Answer: Kathy Bates
Question: In the action thriller Speed, why is Annie (Sandra Bullock)’s driver’s license suspended?
Answer: She was speeding
Question: Jennifer Lawrence won a Best Actress Academy Award for what 2012 romantic comedy/drama?
Answer: Silver Linings Playbook
Question: Which famous film composer wrote the music for Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman?
Answer: Danny Elfman
Question: Which Alfred Hitchcock thriller is notorious for its shocking “shower scene”?
Question: Only three movies in history have won the “big five” at the Oscars (Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor and Best Actress). Name them.
Answer: It Happened One Night, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and The Silence of the Lambs.
Does your group enjoy entertainment trivia? Then you’ll love these three virtual trivia activities.
Virtual Trivia Time Machine
Step into the Outback Time Machine and take a trip through time, from pre-pandemic 21st century through the decades all the way to the 60’s.
This exciting, fast-paced virtual trivia game, packed with nostalgia and good vibes, is guaranteed to produce big laughs, friendly competition, and maybe even some chair-dancing.
Your virtual game show host will warm up guests with a couple of “table hopper rounds” (breakout room mixers) and split you out into teams. Within minutes, your home office will be transformed into a game show stage with your very own game show buzzers!
Virtual Game Show Extravaganza
In this virtual activity, teams will work collaboratively to answer trivia questions with topics ranging from pop culture to sports, world history, and beyond. Teams will earn points for each correct answer. Whichever team has the most points when time runs out will be named the winner! This activity is also available in an in-person format.
Virtual Trivia Championship
Does your team have what it takes to win the Virtual Trivia Championship? In this virtual trivia team building activity, your colleagues will break into teams and turn the competition level up to ten as you challenge your wits, test your knowledge, and work your way through a list of trivia questions ranging from cities to movies, songs, objects, and even a round of Jeopardy-style challenges.
Virtual Jeoparty Social
If your remote team is eager to socialize, have some fun as a group, and channel their competitive spirit, we’ve got just the thing for you! With Virtual Jeoparty Social, you and your colleagues will step into your very own virtual Jeopardy-style game show—equipped with a buzzer button, a professional actor as your host, and an immersive game show platform! Best of all, this game has been infused with an ultra-social twist: players will take part in a unique social mixer challenge between each round.
23 Sports Trivia Questions and Answers
Have you got a group of sports lovers on your team? Then you can’t go wrong with these 23 trivia questions and answers spanning almost every sport imaginable.
Question: A sporting event is held every year on Memorial Day. What is it?
Answer: Indianapolis 500
Question: Who has won more tennis grand slam titles, Venus Williams or Serena Williams?
Answer: Serena Williams
Question: What is the name of the fictitious Minor League Baseball team on The Simpsons?
Answer: The Springfield Isotopes
Question: In which winter sport are the terms “stale fish” and “mule kick” used?
Question: How many dimples does an average golf ball have?
Question: What retired basketball player tried out for the Chicago White Sox in 1994?
Answer: Michael Jordan
Question: What’s the diameter of a basketball hoop in inches?
Answer: 18 inches
Question: How many minutes was the longest recorded point in the history of tennis?
Answer: 29 minutes
Question: Who was the first baseball player to appear on a Wheaties box?
Answer: Lou Gehrig
Question: What is the only country to have played in every single soccer World Cup?
Question: In motor racing, what color is the flag they wave to indicate the winner?
Answer: Checkered flag
Question: What type of race is the Tour de France?
Answer: Bicycle race
Question: The Triple Crown award is given to a horse that wins which three races?
Answer: The Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and Belmont Stakes
Question: What team won the very first NBA game in 1946?
Answer: The New York Knicks
Question: The Olympics are held every how many years?
Answer: 4 years
Question: How long is a marathon?
Answer: 26.2 miles
Question: Who was the youngest player to score 10,000 points in the NBA?
Answer: LeBron James
Question: In what game is “love” a score?
Question: What do the rings in the Olympics represent?
Answer: The continents of the world
Question: What’s the national sport of Canada?
Question: What team has the most NBA titles?
Answer: Boston Celtics
Question: Which golf tournament did Tiger Woods win by 12 strokes cementing his first-ever major championship win?
Answer: The Masters
Question: How many holes are played in an average round of golf?
36 Geography Trivia Questions and Answers
Is your team worldly, well-traveled, and knowledgeable about the globe? Then you’ll love these 36 geography-themed trivia questions to test your earthly knowledge.
Question: What is the capital of the American state of Arizona?
Question: Who named the Pacific Ocean?
Answer: Ferdinand Magellan
Question: How many languages are written from right to left?
Questions: How many countries still have Shilling as currency? Bonus point: Which countries?
Answer: Four, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Somalia
Question: The body of the Egyptian Sphinx was based on which animal?
Question: How many federal states does Germany have?
Question: What is the capital of Denmark?
Question: What is the only state in the United States that does not have a flag in a shape with 4 edges?
Question: How many time zones does China have?
Question: How many countries does the United States share a land border with?
Question: What is the Capital of the United States?
Answer: Washington, D.C.
Question: What is the Polish city known to Germans as Danzig?
Question: What is the smallest country in the world?
Answer: Vatican City
Question: What is the capital of Scotland?
Question: Which small country is located between the borders of France and Spain?
Question: Where would you find the “Spanish Steps”?
Answer: Rome, Italy
Question: How many countries are inside the United Kingdom?
Question: What is the largest non-continental island in the world?
Question: What is the capital of Chile?
Question: Kuala Lumpur is the capital of which country?
Question: What African country has Portuguese as its official language?
Question: Where is the area commonly known as the Bermuda Triangle?
Answer: North Atlantic Ocean, between Florida and Puerto Rico
Question: What is the capital of the State of Washington, United States?
Question: The historical city Timbuktu is located in which West African country?
Question: What is the capital of Senegal?
Question: Which country has the abbreviation “CH”?
Question: How many time zones does Russia have?
Question: What is the capital city of New Zealand?
Question: In which city, is the Big Nickel located in Canada?
Answer: Sudbury, Ontario
Question: What year is on the flag of the US state Wisconsin?
Question: What is the most populous Muslim-majority nation in 2010?
Question: What is Canada’s largest island?
Answer: Baffin Island
Question: What is the capital city of Bermuda?
Question: What is the capital of Mauritius?
Answer: Port Louis
Question: In which country is Tallinn located?
Question: The emblem on the flag of the Republic of Tajikistan features a sunrise over mountains below what symbol?
22 Politics Trivia Questions and Answers and Answers
For many people, world politics is a point of passion. So, if your team is filled with folks who love a good political debate and think they’ve got a deep grasp on it all, try out these 22 politically-themed trivia questions and answers.
Question: What political activist organized the famous “March of the Mill Children” from Philadelphia to President Theodore Roosevelt’s summer home in 1903?
Answer: Mary Harris Jones
Question: What new economic program did China’s Mao Zedong announce in 1958?
Answer: The Great Leap Forward
Question: Who ran for President of the United States with the campaign slogan “A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage”?
Answer: Herbert Hoover
Question: What U.S. President refused to use the telephone while in office?
Answer: Calvin Coolidge
Question: What country held its first democratic elections on January 30, 2005?
Question: How did lone assassin George Elser attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1939?
Answer: A time bomb
Question: What political leader did the CIA attempt to assassinate with a poisoned cigar in the 1960s?
Answer: Fidel Castro
Question: Which US President gave his name to the Teddy Bear?
Answer: Theodore Roosevelt
Question: Who famously declared “a week is a long time in politics?”
Answer: Harold Wilson
Question: Saving more than seventy lives, which US President was a lifeguard during high school?
Answer: Ronald Reagan
Question: What color are the seats in the House of Commons?
Question: What moniker was given to the German Otto von Bismarck?
Answer: Iron Chancellor
Question: What country is the world’s largest democracy?
Question: What did the US buy from France for $15 million in 1803?
Answer: The state of Louisiana
Question: Who was the first democratically elected Russian President?
Answer: Boris Yeltsin, in 1991
Question: Which South American country has had nearly 200 governments since 1825?
Question: Which country was added to the G7 in 1997 to form the G8?
Question: In 1964, what country was created with the unification of Zanzibar and Tanganyika?
Question: What does NATO stand for?
Answer: North Atlantic Trade Organization
Question: Which former British Prime Minister graduated from Oxford University in 1947 with Second-Class Honours in Chemistry?
Answer: Margaret Thatcher
Question: Who was the only British Prime Minister to be assassinated?
Answer: Spencer Perceval
Question: What were French Fries and French Toast renamed to in several US Congressional cafeterias after France refused to support the Iraq War?
Answer: Freedom Fries and Freedom Toast
21 History Trivia Questions and Answers
When it comes to history, there’s a lot to know. From different people and eras to significant events and places, there’s no shortage of knowledge to be attained on the topic. But how well does your team really know history? Find out with these 21 trivia questions and answers.
Question: How long did the war between England and Zanzibar last?
Answer: Between 38 and 45 minutes
Question: How many years did the 100 Years’ War last?
Answer: 116 years
Question: One of the ancient world wonders, the “Hanging Gardens,” was found in which city?
Question: How many days in a week were there in ancient Roman times?
Question: In 1927, who became the first man to fly solo and non-stop across the Atlantic?
Answer: Charles Lindbergh
Question: What was the name of the first Space Shuttle to go into space?
Answer: Space Shuttle Columbia
Question: Which Greek historian is known as the “Father of History”?
Question: Which infamous prison was stormed on July 14th, 1789?
Answer: The Bastille in Paris
Question: Where and when were the first modern Olympics held?
Answer: Athens, Greece in 1896
Question: Who was the first woman in space?
Answer: Soviet Cosmonaut, Valentina Tereshkova
Question: The Peloponnesian War was fought between Athens and which other ancient Greek state?
Question: What is the name of the first car ever made?
Answer: The Motorwagon
Question: What is the name of the first human civilization?
Question: The Maya of Mesoamerica are best known for their achievements in which subjects?
Answer: Math & Astronomy
Question: How many times has the Mona Lisa been stolen?
Question: In which year was the Berlin Wall torn down?
Question: Before independence, what was Bangladesh called?
Answer: East Pakistan
Question: In which country was the largest known T-Rex skeleton found?
Question: What was the first toy to be advertised on television?
Answer: Mr. Potato Head
Question: What is the name of the disease that ravaged and killed a third of Europe’s population in the 14th century?
Answer: Bubonic Plague
Question: In the 5,000 years of human history, what is the one disease that has been completely eradicated?
35 Food Trivia Questions and Answers
Foodies rejoice! With these 35 food-themed trivia questions and answers, you’ll be able to test your knowledge and most likely work up an appetite in the process.
Question: Which Asian fruit has the nickname “King of Fruits” and is known for its distinctive smell?
Question: What is the rarest M&M color?
Question: What is the common name for dried plums?
Question: Which country consumes the most chocolate per capita?
Question: What is the name given to Indian food cooked over charcoal in a clay oven?
Question: What is the most consumed manufactured drink in the world?
Question: Which is the only edible food that never goes bad?
Question: Which country invented ice cream?
Question: “Hendrick’s,” “Larios,” and “Seagram’s” are some of the best-selling brands of which spirit?
Question: From which country does Gouda cheese originate?
Question: What was the first soft drink in space?
Answer: Coca Cola
Question: Which Mexican food has a name meaning “Little Donkey”?
Question: What is the most stolen food in the world?
Question: How do you know if cranberries are ripe?
Answer: They bounce like rubber balls
Question: How many years of sushi chef training does it take to be trusted to make the rice?
Answer: At least 5
Question: Which is the only edible food that never goes bad?
Question: What two words were combined to make the word ‘Spam’?
Answer: Spiced Ham
Question: What is the hottest part of a chili?
Answer: The flesh at the tip
Question: What was the first food eaten in space?
Answer: Apple sauce
Question: What is the most frequently ordered item of food in the USA?
Answer: Fried chicken
Question: Which fast food outlet has the largest number of restaurants in the world?
Question: How many different shapes of pasta are there?
Answer: More than 600
Question: What cheese is the Netherlands famous for making?
Question: What is the direct translation of the word moussaka?
Question: Which country consumes the most coffee?
Answer: The Netherlands
Question: Which country eats the least amount of meat in the world?
Question: Which popular confectionary was once used as currency by the ancient Mayans?
Question: Where was the Hawaiian pizza invented?
Question: What are the flavors of the different colored Fruit Loops?
Answer: They are all the same flavor
Question: What does the Slavic word “vodka” translate to in English?
Answer: “Little water”
Question: Lion’s milk is the national drink for which country?
Question: What does the restaurant A&W stand for?
Answer: Allen and Wright
Question: What European nation consumes the spiciest Mexican food?
Question: Grenadine is obtained from which fruit?
Question: In what country were the first Michelin stars awarded to street food vendors?
Looking for a fun way to challenge the wits of the foodies on your team? We’ve got the perfect trivia activity for you.
Virtual Happy Hour Trivia
Get together with your team and take a trip to “Hamish McDuff’s” virtual pub. This hilarious Scottish pub owner is the legendary host of a trivia game that is perfect for your team’s virtual happy hour fun!
Hamish will host two rounds of virtual pub trivia, featuring four themed categories of your choice. With 20 category options to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the perfect themes for your remote team – from Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader to Sports, Food & Drink, or even Celebrity Real Estate.
With pub soundscapes, visual surprises, and warm-hearted humor, Hamish McDuff makes your guests feel like they just had a memorable happy hour with friends in a real pub, like the good ol’ days.
This virtual pub trivia game is guaranteed to produce plenty of laughs and lift team “spirits.” It might even include a few special surprises.
20 Science, Space, and Technology Trivia Questions and Answers
You know what makes trivia questions about science, space, and technology so interesting? Our knowledge of them is constantly growing, making them both fascinating but also ever-evolving. Here are 20 of our favorites.
Question: Which planet is closest in size to Earth?
Question: Which planet has the fastest rotation?
Question: What color is the sun?
Answer: The sun appears white to the eye, but it is a mixture of all colors
Question: Which astronaut is famous for having written his daughter’s initials on the moon?
Answer: Gene Cernan
Question: Which constellation contains the stars Castor and Pollux?
Question: Where is the coldest place in the universe?
Answer: The Boomerang Nebula
Question: Created in 1990, what was the name of the first internet search engine?
Question: What does LG stand for in LG Electronics?
Question: Which popular company designed the first CPU?
Question: What game console sold 514,000 units for Sega during its first two weeks in U.S. stores, in 1999?
Question: What handheld video game console was the first to be played in space?
Answer: Nintendo Game Boy
Question: Who coined the term “virtual reality”?
Answer: In the 1980s, Jaron Lanier first coined the term “virtual reality.”
Question: The hottest place in the universe is located in which constellation?
Answer: The constellation Virgo
Question: How old is the universe in years, plus or minus 1 billion years?
Answer: 13.8 billion years old
Question: What is the most common type of star found in the Milky Way?
Answer: Red dwarf stars
Question: How many minutes was the shortest space flight?
Answer: 15 minutes
Question: How many moons does Jupiter have?
Question: What company did the founders of YouTube work for before starting up YouTube?
Question: Who is known as the father of the computer?
Answer: Charles Babbage
Question: What is Jupiter’s largest moon called?
21 Nature Trivia Questions and Answers
Nature is a vast and complex place. In fact, humans discover an average of 49.3 new species each and every single day. That’s what makes nature-themed trivia questions and answers so fascinating: there are virtually endless options available. That said, here’s a great list of 21 options.
Question: Delphinus delphis is the scientific name for which creature?
Question: Which is the fastest moving land snake in the world?
Answer: Black Mamba
Question: What type of creature is a Dog Face?
Question: How many toes does a cat have on each front paw?
Question: What is a female alligator called?
Question: The Mariana Trench is the deepest point in which ocean?
Answer: Pacific Ocean
Question: What is the head of a jellyfish called?
Answer: The bell
Question: Where is the volcano Hekla located?
Question: Which gas forms 80% of Earth’s atmosphere?
Question: Which radioactive substance sometimes occurs naturally in spring water?
Question: Saffron, an expensive spice originated from Iran, is derived from which flower?
Question: Banana plants are related to which of the following flowers?
Answer: Birds of Paradise
Question: What percentage of types of plant on Earth produce flowers?
Answer: More than 80%
Question: What is “cynophobia”?
Answer: Fear of dogs
Question: How long could avocados stay ripe on the trees before they die or need to be harvested?
Answer: 8 months
Question: How many known species are thought to live in the Earth’s oceans?
Answer: Around 230,000
Question: How many oceans does the equator run through?
Answer: Three: the Pacific, the Atlantic, and the Indian
Question: What country has coastlines on BOTH the Atlantic and Pacific oceans?
Question: What’s the largest mammal in the ocean?
Answer: Blue whale
Question: How many brains does an octopus have?
Question: In 2005, a tornado caused thousands of frogs to rain down in a small European town. In what country was this small town located?
20 Holiday Trivia Questions and Answers
From the holiday season to holidays abroad, holidays are among people’s favorite things. So, put your holiday knowledge to the test with these trivia questions and answers.
Question: What is the first name of Scrooge, the principal character of the novel, A Christmas Carol?
Question: What is the name of the skin that hangs from a turkey’s neck?
Question: What dish was served by Mrs. Cratchit in A Christmas Carol? Also mentioned in the song We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Answer: Figgy Pudding
Question: Which country does St. Nicholas originally belong to?
Question: What song does Lucy ask Schroeder to play on his piano in “A Charlie Brown Christmas”?
Question: In which country is the biggest waterpark in the world?
Question: William Schrafft invented what popular Easter candy back in the late 1800s?
Question: Which meat is the most commonly consumed on Easter in Italy?
Question: What animal does Santa ride in the Netherlands?
Answer: A horse
Question: What year did Hallmark introduce their Christmas Cards?
Question: What was the name of the town in Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”?
Question: What is the name of the candy company that manufactures Peeps?
Answer: Just Born
Question: What 2013 film is about turkeys trying to survive Thanksgiving?
Answer: Free Birds
Question: Which interactive musical is the longest running theatrical release in history and is especially popular around Halloween??
Answer: Rocky Horror Picture Show
Question: Which country celebrates “Singles Day”, a big shopping holiday?
Question: Which God is sent to heaven to prepare for Chinese New Year
Answer: The Kitchen God
Question: In 2016, this country started Mountain Day to encourage citizens to get outside and enjoy nature. What country celebrates it every August 11?
Question: The idea of the Easter bunny, which originated in Germany in the 1700s, was not a rabbit originally, but a…
Question: As of 2021, where is the world’s largest hotel located?
Question: Which phobia means you have an intense fear of Halloween?
If you’re looking for some amazing holiday-themed trivia games, you and your team will love these ones.
Frost’s Virtual Holiday Trivia
The holiday season is all about coming together and celebrating! So, in Frost’s Virtual Holiday Trivia, you and your team will be invited to join the Frosts in the lounge of their brand-new ice hotel.
While you’re there, you’ll compete through three rounds of holiday and winter-themed trivia questions, earning points for each one answered correctly. But the fun doesn’t stop there! You’ll also become better acquainted with your colleagues as you take part in a round of Frost’s Icebreaker Questions.
Virtual Halloween Howler
Get ready to visit some of the scariest places imaginable, including a creepy castle, a graveyard at midnight, a haunted house, and… a gameshow set. With Virtual Halloween Howler, you and your colleagues will need to put on your bravest faces as you compete through four rounds of terrifying trivia challenges.
Virtual Beach Staycation
After more than a year of lockdowns, we’re all in desperate need of a vacation. Luckily, Captain Furling has room for you and your colleagues on his virtually chartered yacht. Come aboard and channel your “inner Cancun” for a tropical online team building adventure.
Captain Furling’s chartered yacht welcomes online guests aboard his luxury vessel and quickly takes them out of their homes to a gorgeous beach in Cancun.
With ocean soundscapes and delightful vacation destination footage, your travel companions will compete with their knowledge ofc travel destinations, vacation-themed movies, summer pop hits and even a cabana-wear contest. Your yacht captain gives guests a playfully immersive experience for a virtual team vacation from your workday that your colleagues truly deserve.
Virtual St. Patrick’s Day Happy Hour
One thing’s for sure. St. Patrick’s Day brings out the Irish in all of our hearts, no matter where we are in the world! So, this year, gather your remote team and celebrate Celtic culture with St. Patrick’s Day Virtual Happy Hour, an immersive, interactive, and highly engaging virtual experience hosted by a professional actor. Together, you’ll face a series of Celtic-themed challenges, including a buzzin’ Irish trivia game, a Famous Irish Faces challenge, an Irish-themed “Would You Rather” conversation game, and even a few Irish pub song-based memory challenges.
20 Health Trivia Questions and Answers
You’ve probably heard the expression, “health is wealth.” So, in theory, the more of these health-focused trivia questions you can answer, the richer you really are.
Question: In India, the use of herbal medicines is known as what?
Question: A person with diabetes produces an insufficient amount of what in the body?
Question: What are the small spots called occasionally seen in your field of vision?
Question: Which area of the body has the largest bone?
Question: What is the more common term for odontalgia?
Question: Which disease is detected by using the Schilling test?
Answer: Pernicious Anemia
Question: Chiropody is a name for a medical specialty whose history can be traced to 1500 BCE in Egypt. Which part of the human body does chiropody deal with?
Question: What is the full name of the medical scanning technique called PET?
Answer: Positron Emission Tomography
Question: What is the disease German measles also known as?
Question: Who discovered the major blood groups and developed the ABO system of blood typing, which made blood transfusion a routine medical practice?
Answer: Karl Landsteiner
Question: Who was the cofounder of modern neurology who greatly influenced a student named Sigmund Freud?
Answer: Jean-Martin Charcot
Question: What is the scientific name for red blood cells?
Question: Whose nickname is “Lady with the Lamp”?
Answer: Florence Nightingale
Question: What was Friedrich Serturner the first to extract from opium and use as a pain reliever?
Question: What syndrome does SIDS mean to childcare experts?
Answer: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Question: What hereditary blood defect is known as “the royal disease”?
Question: What do doctors look at through an ophthalmoscope?
Answer: The eye
Question: How much does the average human head weigh?
Answer: 5kg/11 lbs
Question: Over a lifetime, around how much hair does the average human grow on their head?
Answer: 12 meters, roughly the length of a standard school bus
Question: Which human organ can regenerate itself?
The benefits of trivia games are much more wide-ranging than simply having fun, but there’s also no shortage of fun involved! So, next time you’ve got an occasion to gather your team for a social and high-energy team building activity, take the chance to test their wits and inspire some collaboration—and start with this list of trivia questions and answers to get your activity underway.
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