Bar Trivia Questions And Answers

We love a good trivia quiz here at LaffGaff, especially if it’s in a bar of course because then alcohol is involved too! But if you want to triumph, then you need to study so you can answer whatever bar trivia questions they throw at you. So with that in mind, check out this collection of free bar trivia questions and answers to prepare yourself for your next quiz (and don’t worry, the answers are included too).

A collection of free bar trivia questions to test your general knowledge

Pub Trivia Quiz

Q. The beaver is the national emblem of which country?

Canada.

Q. In which movie did Humphrey Bogart play Charlie Allnut?

African Queen.

Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?

Lady Gaga.

Q. How many players are there in a baseball team?

Nine.

Q. Which TV character said, “Live long and prosper”?

Mr Spock from Star Trek.

Q. What kind of person shall not be honored on a US postal stamp, according to the US postal service and the Citizen’s Stamp Advisory Commitee?

A living person.

Q. What is the name of Batman’s butler?

Alfred.

Q. The average human body contains how many pints of blood?

Nine.

Q. Which US state is nearest to the old Soviet Union?

Alaska.

Q. In which city is Jim Morrison buried?

Paris.

Q. Hg is the chemical symbol of which element?

Mercury.

Q. The Pyrenees mountain range separates which two European countries?

France and Spain.

Q. Which movie features the song Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead?

The Wizard of Oz.

Q. In Fahrenheit, at what temperature does water freeze?

32 degrees Fahrenheit.

Q. What is Chandler’s last name in the sitcom Friends?

Bing.

Q. Which is the highest waterfall in the world?

Angel Falls, Venezuela.

Q. The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country?

France.

Q. Who was the leader of the wolves in The Jungle Book?

Akala.

Q. Which of the planets is closest to the sun?

Mercury.

Q. According to Greek mythology who was the first woman on earth?

Pandora.

Q. In Greek mythology, how many graces are there?

Three.

Q. What names were given to the three tunnels in the movie The Great Escape?

Tom, Dick and Harry.

Q. Which US state’s largest city is Baltimore?

Maryland.

Q. How is the groundnut better known?

The peanut.

Q. Which country was formerly known as Abyssinia?

Ethiopia.

Q. In the sport of Judo, what color belt follows an orange belt?

Green.

Q. How many letters are there in the German alphabet?

Thirty.

Q. In 1960, which country became the first in the world to have a female Prime Minister?

Sri Lanka.

Q. What is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men?

Prostate cancer.

Q. In which European city would you find Orly airport?

Paris.

Q. Who was US president during World War I?

Woodrow Wilson.

Q. Which author wrote The Silence of the Lambs?

Thomas Harris.

Q. Which US city is known as the City of Brotherly Love?

Philadelphia.

Q. What is the land of the giants called in Gulliver’s Travels?

Brobdingnag.

Q. Little Cuba is the nickname of which US city?

Miami.

Q. What is the chemical symbol for iron?

Fe.

Q. In which 1979 film was the spaceship called Nostromo?

Alien.

Q. Characters Spiker and Sponge are the antagonists in which Roald Dahl children’s book?

James and the Giant Peach.

Q. Princess Alice of Battenberg was the mother of which member of the British royal family?

Prince Phillip.

Q. What word beginning with M describes both a New York borough and a Woody Allen film?

Manhatten.

Q. What does the H stand for in the medical abbreviation ADHD?

Hyperactivity.

Q. “Jana Gana Mana” is the national anthem of which Asian country?

India.

Q. The adjective “cutaneous” relates to which part of the human body?

The skin.

Q. Over half of South America’s western coast is occupied by which country?

Chile.

Q. Which Middle Eastern river gets its name from an Old Persian term meaning “the fast one”?

The River Tigris.

Q. Manfred von Richthofen is better known as which legendary wartime figure?

The Red Baron.

Q. The only known monotremes in the animal kingdom are the echidna and which other creature?

The platypus.

Q. Kingston, Zuma and Apollo are the sons of which American female pop star?

Gwen Stefani.

Q. In a game of bingo, which number is represented by the phrase “two little ducks”?

22.

Q. Prior to the introduction of the Euro, the Lira was the currency of which European country?

Italy.

Q. In mathematics, what term describes the bottom number in a fraction?

Denominator.

Q. TV series “Breaking Bad” was set in which US city?

Albuquerque.

Q. In “Game of Thrones”, what is the translation of the High Valyrian term “valar dohaeris”?

All men must serve.

Q. What title is shared by a 1983 Lionel Richie song and a 2015 Adele song?

Hello.

Q. Tennis star Serena Williams won which major tournament while pregnant with her first child?

The Australian Open.

Q. “HNL” is the 3-letter IATA code for which American airport?

Honolulu.

Q. In which film did father and son actors Will and Jaden Smith first appear together?

The Pursuit of Happyness.

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