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60 Family friendly Christmas trivia questions and answers

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It’s always fun to have Christmas trivia handy for family and friends to show off their knowledge of holiday trends! Christmas has always been at the heart of the Catholic and Christian religions and also holds many traditions for non-religious people in the United States of America and around the world.

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Have some fun with these Christmas trivia questions by cutting them out and placing them in a basket. Have a bell by the basket and tell your guests to ring the bell when they want to challenge someone else with their Christmas knowledge; or simply ring the bell and whoever is closest to the basket gets to read a Christmas trivia question.

And here they are: 60 Family friendly Christmas trivia questions!

  1. We all know that Rudolph has a red nose, but does Rudolph have antlers? YES
  2. Yogi Bear spends his first Christmas in what park? Jelly Stone Park
  3. Round or oval candies filled with fruit preserves or cream and covered with chocolate are called? Sugarplums
  4. This famous hotel magnate was born December 25, 1887? Conrad Hilton
  5. The movie, " Miracle on 34th Street," is in what city? New York
  6. In which Christmas song are the lyrics, "to see if reindeer really know how to fly?" "The Christmas Song"
  7. Which country created eggnog? England
  8. In 1962, the U.S. Postal System first did what? Issued it's first Christmas Stamp
  9. This state has the "World's Tallest Living Christmas Tree?" Maine or California? California
  10. How many reindeer hooves are there (include Rudolph) ? Thirty- six (36)
  11. What were Frosty's last words? "I'll be back again someday."
  12. The most popular item to put on top of a Christmas tree is? Angel
  13. Who yelled "Stop!" to Frosty? The traffic cop.
  14. How many “Wise Men” were there according to the bible? It does not say
  15. There are 365 days in a year. What number is Christmas Day? 359
  16. After Joseph, Mary and Jesus left Bethlehem, they went to what country? Egypt
  17. "Advent" means? Coming
  18. Lucy charges how much for her psychiatric services in the animation, "A Charlie Brown Christmas"? 5 cents
  19. How much did it cost to send a Christmas card within the same city early in the Victorian era? Nothing
  20. McDonald's puts what holiday image on bags during the Christmas season? Trees
  21. On this day every year, the largest government mailing takes place? December 26
  22. In "Jingle Bell Rock" everyone is dancing and prancing. Where do they do it? Jingle Bell Square
  23. Which reindeer's name is also the name of a kitchen cleanser? Comet
  24. Alvin the Chipmunk wants what for Christmas? Hoola- Hoop
  25. Does UPS delivers on Christmas Eve? Yes!!!
  26. What is the biggest selling Christmas single of all time? "White Christmas"
  27. Scrooge's first name is what? Ebenezer
  28. In the song, "Silver Bells" what is dressed in holiday style? Sidewalks
  29. What was the little boys name who stayed home in the movie, Home Alone? Kevin
  30. "The Night Before Christmas?" never mentions which reindeer? Rudolph
  31. The most popular toy of 1984 was what doll named after a vegetable? Cabbage Patch Dolls
  32. Frosty the Snowman first debuted on which TV station? CBS
  33. When did flashing Christmas lights get introduced? 1930's or 1950's? 1930's
  34. "The Twelve Days of Christmas" has how many verses? Well duh? 12
  35. What was Rudolph's punishment for his red nose? Could not play Reindeer Games
  36. What automobile manufacturer was born on Christmas Day 1878? Louis Joseph Chevrolet
  37. In the "Christmas Song" what are folks dressed up like? Eskimos
  38. Who wrote A Christmas Carol? Charles Dickens
  39. Name the three reindeer whose names begin with "D" Dasher, Donder, Dancer
  40. This state was the last to declare Christmas a legal holiday? Oklahoma
  41. Scrooge feared this Ghost the most? The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
  42. In It's A Wonderful Life, what did Clarence receive for accomplishing his mission: wings or halo? His Wings
  43. On what street did a Santa Claus miracle occur? 34th Street
  44. Traditionally, does the oldest or youngest family member open the first present? The Youngest Child
  45. What carol demands figgy pudding? "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"
  46. What river did General Washington cross on December 25, 1776? The Delaware River
  47. We all know that Santa has a long, white beard. But, does he also have a moustache? Yes
  48. Elvis Presley recorded a sad Christmas song in the fifties of what color? "Blue Christmas"
  49. What song contains the line, "Lets be jolly, deck the halls with boughs of holly"? "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"
  50. In "A Christmas Memory" Buddy made tin foil angels from what candy bar? Hershey Bars
  51. What city name do the states Kentucky, Indiana, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut and Georgia have in common? Bethlehem
  52. What carol contains the line, "Star with royal beauty bright"? We Three Kings of Orient Are
  53. In the poem, "The Night Before Christmas" Santa Clause is used how many times? None
  54. St. Nick's nose is often compared to what fruit? A Cherry
  55. This Florida town maintains a fully decorated tree year round? Christmas, Florida
  56. What are the traditional colors of the candles on an advent wreath? Purple and Pink
  57. What came first -- the book or the movie Miracle on 34th Street? The Movie
  58. After red and green, what are the two most poplar Christmas colors? Silver and Gold
  59. What country group recorded "Christmas in Dixie" in the early 1980's? Alabama
  60. When is Boxing Day? December 26

Those are some great Christmas trivia questions for your whole family! Need something to keep the kids occupied if they don’t really care about Christmas trivia questions? Well, you can always printout these great free Christmas coloring pages or winter coloring pages to keep them entertained!

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