Are you looking for a game that is playful yet witty for an adult party? If yes, then try trivia. Explore the article to get a list of trivia questions, along with their answers.

Trivia Questions For Adults

Be it picnic, party or camps, playing games is one of the most common activity people indulge in. Games not only refresh the mind and the body, but also increase the adrenaline rush in people. While children usually love games that involve physical strength, adults enjoy games that test their mental stamina and intelligence. Talking about adult games, playing trivia is a popular option amongst grown ups. Trivia is a type of quiz, which has a set of question and answers. Upon hearing the question, the participant may get bowled down, but the catch is that the answers to trivia questions are extremely easy and familiar. (However, participants realize this fact only when the answers are revealed!!). In case you are organizing a party and looking for fun games, we would suggest go for trivia quiz. To make organizing the game a lot easier for you, we have listed below some ‘tricky’ but ‘easy’ trivia questions for an adult party.
Fun Trivia Questions For Adults With Answers 
  • The name of what American tourist city means "the meadows" in Spanish? - Las Vegas
  • Which nation gave women the right to vote first? - New Zealand
  • Which Ocean goes to the deepest depths? - Pacific Ocean
  • What is northernmost land on earth? - Cape Morris Jessup Greenland
  • What fragrant cosmetic is named for a city in Germany? - Cologne
  • Where is the Worlds Largest Aquarium? - Epcot Centre in Florida
  • What ethnic group was largely responsible for building most of the early railways in the U.S. West? - Chinese
  • What was a gladiator armed with, in addition to a dagger and spear? - Net
  • What country has not fought in a war since 1815? - Switzerland
  • What does the term Prima Donna mean in Opera? - Leading Female Opera Singer
  • What political system was gradually dismantled in South Africa, starting in 1989? - Apartheid
  • What drupaceous fruit were Hawaiian women once forbidden by law to eat? - Coconut
  • What’s the most common non-contagious disease in the world? - Tooth Decay
  • How many children were in Enid Blyton's Famous Five? - 4
  • What does VSOP stand for on a bottle of Brandy? - Very Superior Old Pale
  • Which country would you be in if you were to ski in the Dolomites? - Italy
  • Who was the first U.S. president to adopt the informal version of his first name? - Jimmy Carter
  • Which country owns the island of Bermuda? - Great Britain
  • What was the first daily comic strip published in the United States? - Mr. Mutt
  • The term "Siamese twins" originated with the birth of two brothers joined together at the chest. What were their names? - Chang Bunker and Eng Bunker
  • Who was the Beatles manager? - Brian Epstein
  • What was John Lennon's middle name? - Winston
  • What weapon did German gunsmith August Kotter unload on the world in 1520? - Rifle
  • What animal is the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund? - Giant Panda
  • What colors do a color blind person have trouble distinguishing? - Red & Green
  • What bird is used as the sign of peace? - Dove
  • Who created the cartoon characters "The Simpson's? - Matt Groening
  • What is the highest break in a game of snooker? - 147
  • What is the training course called to qualify for diving? - PADI
  • Who was the Gymnast who scored a perfect score in the 1976 Montreal Olympics? - Nadia Comanec, Romania
  • Which is the only country in the world which sports the Bible on its national flag? - Dominican republic
  • Which is the only lake in the world, which boasts of having fresh water sharks? - Lake Nicaragua
  • What year was the death penalty abolished in England? - 1969
  • Who was the only bachelor president of the United States? - James Buchanan
  • Each year does the Moon move away from the Earth by: (a) two inches; (b) two feet; or (c) two miles? - Two Inches
  • How many women now regularly wear shoes with heels higher than one inch to work: (a) 15%; (b) 25%; or (c) 35%? - 25%
  • What so-called "war" spawned the dueling slogans "Better Dead Than RED" and "Better Red Than Dead" in the 1950's? - Cold War
  • Who said: "I'm the president of the United States and I'm not going to eat any more broccoli"? - George Bush
  • What is feldspar? A flower, a type of coral, or a mineral? - Mineral
  • What number lies halfway between 1/3 and 1/5? – 4/15

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