80 Easy Trivia Questions For When You Host Your Next Trivia Night

Looking to bring bar trivia night directly into the comfort and convenience of your own living room? Say no more!

Oscar from The Office saying "It's only the biggest night of trivia of the year"

Below is a list of easy trivia questions for when you want to get just a little bit competitive with your dinner guests. These questions range in subject matter from pop culture to geography to history to math (yes, even a little bit of math), so there'll be something on this list for eeeeeveryone. They're also really easy, promise.

We've included both the questions and the answers below so you have everything you need to seamlessly host a spectacular social evening!

1.What colors mix to make green?

A greenish smear of color

2.How many meters are in a kilometer?


3.Which continent is the country of Morocco a part of?


4.What's the name of the mathematical theorem that allows you to calculate the length of a side of a right triangle?

The Pythagorean theorem

5.What is the world's highest mountain peak?

Mount Everest

6.What is a supernova?

A celestial view

7.What type of alcohol is traditionally used in a margarita?


8.There are four original colors of Starburst candy: red, orange, yellow, and...?


9.What are the bones in your spine called?


10.Which animal is the tallest in the world?


11.Who is this?

A smiling man with salt-and-pepper hair and wearing a tuxe

12.How many dots are on one six-sided die?


13.In what year did World War II end?


14.What do paleontologists study?


15.What's the technical term for a lie detector?


16.A pickle is made from which fruit or vegetable?

Close-up of jars of pickles

17.What temperature does water boil at?

212 degrees F / 100 degrees C

18.What shape is a stop sign?


19.What gives plants their color?


20.How many primary colors are there?


21.What is an angle called if it’s greater than 90 degrees?


22.The southern tip of which continent is closest to Antarctica?

South America

23.How many lives are cats said to have?

An orange tabby cut relaxing in the sun

24.What is a human's largest organ?


25."NaCl" is better known as what?


26.Which planet is closest to our sun?


27.You would find the Mariana Trench in which ocean?

A humpback whale emerging from the ocean

28.If it's 5 p.m. in Los Angeles, what time is it in London?

1 a.m.

29.Where was William Shakespeare born?


30.Is 18 a prime number?


31.How many days are in the month of September?


32.What type of flower are these, often associated with Holland?

Bell-shaped flowers of different colors

33.What was the name of King Henry VIII of England's first wife?

Catherine of Aragon

34.Which actor starred alongside Julia Roberts in the 2022 film Ticket to Paradise?

George Clooney

35.Complete the opening line from Herman Melville's Moby-Dick: "Call me..."


36.How many continents are there?

A map of the Earth

37.Bambi's best friend is named what?


38.In an alphabetical list of US states, which comes last?


39.How long is an Olympic swimming pool (in meters)?

50 meters

40.In which language does "konnichiwa" mean "hello"?


41.Which four colors make up the flag of Brazil?

A disc depicting a starry sky spanned by a curved band inscribed with the national motto "Ordem e Progresso," within a rhombus on a field

42.How many planets are in our solar system?


43.What type of drink does the company LaCroix make?


44.Which scale is an earthquake measured on?

The Richter scale

45.What does a sommelier specialize in?

Close-up of wineglasses containing red wine

46.What is the chemical symbol for potassium?


47.Which letter in the Walt Disney logo is lowercase?

The "i" in "Disney"

48.What country is Peppa Pig from?

The United Kingdom

49.How many Canadian provinces are there?


50.Which food group is on the bottom of the original food pyramid?

A loaf of bread

51.What is a keystone species?

A species so important to the ecosystem in which it lives that removing it would cause noticeable and unavoidable change

52.What is the term "bae" said to be an acronym for?

"Before anyone else"

53.What year did the Titanic sink?


54.What kind of painters were Monet, Renoir, and Degas?


55.When Shrek tries to explain himself to Donkey in Shrek, what does he compare himself to?

Onions on a towel

56.Which letter is representative of 50 in Roman numerals?


57.Which is the hottest planet in our solar system?


58.Which continent is the largest?


59.Which country did Ikea originate in?

Flags that consist of a yellow or gold Nordic cross on a field of light blue hang from a building exterior

60.Who wrote the Goosebumps series?

R.L. Stine

61.Which musical is based on the songs of ABBA?

Mamma Mia

62.In which mountain range would you find the Matterhorn?

The Alps

63.According to an Old English rhyme, what four "somethings" should a bride wear for good luck?

A bride putting on her shoe

64.Bump, set, and spike are terms from which sport?


65.Which US state is Area 51 located in?


66."Pandora's box" is what kind of myth?


67.Which bodily system would be primarily in charge of fighting off the common cold?

The immune system

68.In what country would you find the Leaning Tower of Pisa?

The Leaning Tower of Pisa

69.Which artist painted "The Birth of Venus"?

Sandro Botticelli

70.What age was King Tut when he became the ruler of Egypt?


71.What term refers to the distance around a circle?


72.What does the term "phalanges" refer to?

A person holding up their hand

73.What is the actual number of amendments to the US Constitution?


74.Which country was the first man in space from?


75.What color are the public transport buses in London?


76.Who was the star of Lizzie McGuire?

A woman with blonde hair and a halter top smiling at a media event

77.How many wives did King Henry VIII of England have?


78.Which animal played with the antelope according to the song “Home on the Range”?


79.Machu Picchu belonged to which South American civilization?

The Incas

80.Who invented the color wheel?

Illustration of a man with long hair

This post contains contributions from Andy Golder, Audrey Engvalson, Caitlin,  nl_10, addiejburnette, and aleza Bakolli.