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Get ready to jingle all the way with the Christmas Trivia Game, a merry blend of knowledge, laughter, and holiday cheer!






  • What color are the berries of the traditional Christmas plant, the holly?Answer: Red

  • Which popular Christmas beverage is also known as "milk punch"?Answer: Eggnog

  • In "Home Alone," where are the McCallisters going on vacation when they leave Kevin behind?Answer: Paris

  • What does Santa Claus say when he laughs?Answer: Ho Ho Ho

  • What are the two most popular colors of Christmas?Answer: Red and Green

  • Which reindeer is known for his red shiny nose?Answer: Rudolph

  • What type of tree is traditionally used as a Christmas tree?Answer: Evergreen

  • In the song "Jingle Bells," what kind of sleigh is mentioned?Answer: One-Horse Open Sleigh

  • What do people traditionally put on top of a Christmas tree?Answer: A star or an angel

  • What is the name of the main character in the movie "Elf"?Answer: Buddy

  • Which country started the tradition of putting up a Christmas tree?Answer: Germany

  • In "The Twelve Days of Christmas," what is given on the 5th day?Answer: Five Gold Rings

  • What did the Grinch steal in Dr. Seuss's book?Answer: Christmas

  • In which city did "Miracle on 34th Street" take place?Answer: New York City

  • What popular Christmas song was actually written for Thanksgiving?Answer: "Jingle Bells"

  • Who tried to stop Christmas from coming, by stealing all things of Christmas from "the Who's"?Answer: The Grinch

  • What do children leave out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve?Answer: Cookies and milk

  • What kind of calendar counts down to Christmas Day?Answer: Advent calendar

  • In which Christmas movie does Tim Allen play a character that accidentally becomes Santa?Answer: "The Santa Clause"

  • Which Christmas song contains the lyric "All is calm, all is bright"?Answer: "Silent Night"

  • In "A Christmas Carol," what was the first name of Scrooge?Answer: Ebenezer

  • Which real-life person is Santa Claus based on?Answer: Saint Nicholas

  • In "It's a Wonderful Life," what happens every time a bell rings?Answer: An angel gets its wings

  • Which country is credited with the creation of the Christmas beverage, eggnog?Answer: England

  • What Christmas-themed ballet premiered in Saint Petersburg, Russia in 1892?Answer: The Nutcracker

  • In the song "Winter Wonderland," what do we call the snowman?Answer: Parson Brown

  • On the 8th day of Christmas, what gift is given according to the song?Answer: Eight maids a-milking

  • What plant is known as the Christmas Star?Answer: Poinsettia

  • In "National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation," what did Clark Griswold plan to buy with his Christmas bonus?Answer: A swimming pool

  • Which country is known for giving the USA the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree most years?Answer: Canada

  • Who wrote "A Christmas Carol"?Answer: Charles Dickens

  • What were Frosty the Snowman’s last words?Answer: "I'll be back again someday."

  • In "The Muppet Christmas Carol," who played Scrooge?Answer: Michael Caine

  • Which ocean is Christmas Island located in?Answer: Indian Ocean

  • What are the two other most popular names for Santa Claus?Answer: Kris Kringle and Saint Nick

  • In "Love Actually," which character is in love with Juliet?Answer: Mark

  • What is the name of the main villain in "The Nightmare Before Christmas"?Answer: Oogie Boogie

  • Which Christmas song was the first song ever broadcast from space in 1965?Answer: "Jingle Bells"

  • In the movie "Elf," what is the first rule of The Code of Elves?Answer: "Treat every day like Christmas."

  • What is the best-selling Christmas song ever?Answer: "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby

  • What Christmas decoration was originally made from strands of silver?Answer: Tinsel

  • Which Christmas song's second verse starts with "See the blazing Yule before us"?Answer: "Deck the Halls"

  • What was the original title for the popular Christmas song, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"?Answer: "Have Yourself a Blessed Little Christmas"

  • In the movie "A Christmas Story," what is the name of the neighbors whose dogs eat the Christmas turkey?Answer: The Bumpuses

  • Who composed the music for "The Nutcracker"?Answer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

  • In which modern country was St. Nicholas born?Answer: Turkey

  • What word, beginning with 'Z', represents a Christmas pastry from Slovenia?Answer: Potica

  • Which president was the first to decorate the White House Christmas tree?Answer: Franklin Pierce

  • In which language was "Silent Night" originally written?Answer: German (as "Stille Nacht")

  • What is the significance of a Yule Log?Answer: It's a special log burnt on Christmas Eve symbolizing light and warmth

  • In Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," who is the first ghost to visit Scrooge?Answer: Jacob Marley

  • Which Christmas song was written during the Cuban Missile Crisis and is a plea for peace?Answer: "Do You Hear What I Hear?"

  • What is the name of the little girl in most versions of "The Nutcracker"?Answer: Clara

  • What is the traditional Christmas meal in Japan?Answer: KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken)

  • Which U.S. state was the last to declare Christmas a legal holiday?Answer: Oklahoma

  • What fruit is used to make a traditional Christingle?Answer: Orange

  • In "White Christmas," what is the name of the inn owned by the retired general?Answer: Columbia Inn

  • Which pope declared December 25 as the official celebration date for Christmas?Answer: Pope Julius I

  • In which country did Silent Night originate?Answer: Austria

  • What is the name of the cake traditionally eaten in Italy during Christmas?Answer: Panettone

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