Imagine sitting by an orange fire with a cup of hot cocoa, sharing laughs with the people you love most, with the piano version of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” playing in the background. You all have work off and enjoy an experience of timeless warmth together as white, powdery snow falls on the other side of the fogged window.
When it comes to Christmas cheer, it doesn’t get much better than this.
One terrific way to bring even more laughter and fun to these times of holiday connection is with Christmas trivia. If you’d like to test each others’ Christmas knowledge, then you’ll love this article.
We’ll go over trivia about all kinds of Christmas topics with different levels of difficulty.
Sit back, refill your cocoa, and enjoy this medley of Christmas trivia questions with family and friends.
Christmas Songs Trivia
- Question: Which Christmas carol includes the lyrics “Fa la la la la, la la la la”?
- Answer: Deck the Halls
- Question: In “Frosty the Snowman,” what are Frosty’s eyes made of?
- Answer: Coal
- Question: What do carolers say after wishing you a Merry Christmas in “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”?
- Answer: And a happy new year
- Question: In the song “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus,” where did the child see them kissing?
- Answer: Underneath the mistletoe
- Question: What gift is given on the fifth day in “The 12 Days of Christmas”?
- Answer: Five golden rings.
- Question: Which Christmas carol mentions “a star, a star, dancing in the night with a tail as big as a kite”?
- Answer: Do you hear what I hear?
- Question: Which carol includes the lyrics “In the meadow we can build a snowman, then pretend that he is Parson Brown”?
- Answer: Winter Wonderland
- Question: Which Christmas carol was originally composed in German and includes the words “Stille Nacht”?
- Answer: Silent Night
- Question: Who are the eight other reindeer (not counting Rudolph) mentioned in “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?”
- Answer: Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen and Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen
- Question: What was the Grinch as cuddly as, according to “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch”
- Answer: Cuddly as a cactus.
- Question: In “Do You Hear What I Hear,” what is being referred to as “dancing in the night with a tail as big as a kite”?
- Answer: A star, which in the song is meant to represent the Star of Bethlehem.
- Question: Which Christmas carol was the first song ever broadcast from space?
- Answer: Jingle Bells
- Question: Which well-known Christmas carol was originally written for a Thanksgiving service?
- Answer: Jingle Bells
- Question: What are the ‘Three Kings’ following in the carol “We Three Kings”?
- Answer: They are following a star (“Star of wonder, star of night, Star with royal beauty bright”)
- Question: The song “Carol of the Bells” was originally composed based on a folk chant from which country?
- Answer: Ukraine.
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Christmas Food and Drink Trivia
- Question: What type of sauce is traditionally served with turkey at Christmas?
- Answer: Cranberry sauce
- Question: What sweet treat is often left out for Santa on Christmas Eve?
- Answer: Cookies
- Question: Which Christmas beverage is often left out for Santa on Christmas Eve?
- Answer: Milk
- Question: Which hot drink is often associated with Christmas?
- Answer: Hot chocolate
- Question: What spice is traditionally sprinkled on top of eggnog?
- Answer: Nutmeg.
- Question: What name is given to small sausages wrapped in bacon, a staple at a British Christmas dinner?
- Answer: Pigs in a blanket
- Question: What spice is traditionally used in a pumpkin pie, which is often served at Christmas?
- Answer: Cinnamon
- Question: What fruit is used to make a traditional Christingle?
- Answer: Orange
- Question: Which three ingredients go into peppermint bark?
- Answer: Peppermint, dark (or semi-sweet) chocolate, and white chocolate
- Question: In Eastern Europe, it’s traditional to have a twelve-course meal on Christmas Eve, each dish representing what?
- Answer: Each of the twelve apostles.
- Question: From which country does the tradition of the gingerbread house originate?
- Answer: Germany
- Question: What is the significance of the red and white stripes on a traditional peppermint candy cane?
- Answer: The red stripes are said to represent the blood and sacrifice of Jesus Christ, and the white lines symbolize his purity
- Question: What are the two main ingredients in the Christmas drink “Tom and Jerry”?
- Answer: Eggnog and either brandy or rum
- Question: In the Southern US, a cake full of nuts and alcohol often made during the Christmas season is known as what?
- Answer: Fruitcake
- Question: Candy Canes were initially straight, but they were bent to represent what?
- Answer: A shepherd’s staff.
Christmas Traditions Trivia
- Question: What plant is it traditional to kiss under during the Christmas season?
- Answer: Mistletoe
- Question: What is a popular decoration to put on the top of a Christmas tree?
- Answer: A star or an angel
- Question: What type of tree is commonly used as a Christmas tree?
- Answer: Pine, fir, or spruce
- Question: What are the names of Santa Claus’s wife?
- Answer: Mrs. Claus
- Question: What is the name of the Christmas-themed ballet that has become a famous performance?
- Answer: The Nutcracker.
- Question: In which state is the U.S. National Christmas Tree displayed?
- Answer: Washington DC
- Question: In “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” who explains the true meaning of Christmas to Charlie Brown?
- Answer: Linus
- Question: In the classic movie “A Christmas Story,” what does Ralphie want for Christmas?
- Answer: A Red Ryder BB gun
- Question: Which state in the U.S. is known for growing the most Christmas trees?
- Answer: Oregon
- Question: In what 1946 film does an angel show a man what life would be like if he had never been born?
- Answer: It’s a Wonderful Life
- Question: What U.S. city is known for its elaborate Dyker Heights Christmas lights display?
- Answer: New York City
- Question: What country did the Christmas tree tradition come from?
- Answer: Germany
- Question: Where is the world’s largest Christmas store, Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, located?
- Answer: Frankenmuth, Michigan
- Question: What was the first state in the United States to declare Christmas an official holiday?
- Answer: Alabama in 1836
- Question: What Christmas item takes its name from the old French word estincelle, which means ‘spark’?
- Answer: Tinsel
Christmas Movies Trivia
- Question: What is the name of the little boy in “The Polar Express”?
- Answer: The character is known as “Hero Boy.” His real name is never mentioned.
- Question: In “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” who chooses the Christmas tree for the play?
- Answer: Charlie Brown
- Question: In the movie “Home Alone,” what was Kevin’s last name?
- Answer: McCallister
- Question: In “Elf,” what is the name of the main elf character played by Will Ferrell?
- Answer: Buddy
- Question: Who tries to stop Christmas from coming by stealing all things of Christmas from the “Whos”?
- Answer: The Grinch.
- Question: What are the four main food groups according to Buddy in “Elf”?
- Answer: Candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup
- Question: In “Home Alone,” where does Kevin’s family go on vacation when they accidentally leave him behind?
- Answer: Paris, France
- Question: In “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” what does Clark Griswold hope to buy with his Christmas bonus?
- Answer: A swimming pool
- Question: In “The Polar Express,” what is “the first gift of Christmas”?
- Answer: A bell from Santa’s sleigh
- Question: In “The Santa Clause,” what causes Santa to fall from the roof?
- Answer: He gets startled when Scott (Tim Allen’s character) shouts at him.
- Question: In “A Muppet’s Christmas Carol,” what color are Marley and Marley’s hearts painted?
- Answer: Black
- Question: What is the name of Rudolph’s girlfriend in the 1964 T.V. movie “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”?
- Answer: Clarice
- Question: Who directed the movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas”?
- Answer: Henry Selick (Often mistakenly credited to Tim Burton, who was the producer and creator of the story and characters)
- Question: In “Love Actually,” which actor plays the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?
- Answer: Hugh Grant
- Question: In “Die Hard,” which is often considered a Christmas movie, what is the name of the building where the action takes place?
- Answer: Nakatomi Plaza
By the way, if you’re a trivia fan, you might also enjoy this article that goes over tons of trivia questions from every type of category.
Santa Claus Trivia
- Question: What does Santa say when he laughs?
- Answer: Ho ho ho!
- Question: What will Santa put on the stockings of “naughty” children?
- Answer: Coal
- Question: In the song “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town,” what are you told to be because Santa Claus is coming to town?
- Answer: Good for goodness sake
- Question: Where does Santa live?
- Answer: The North Pole
- Question: Another name for Saint Nick is Kris _______
- Answer: Kris Kringle
- Question: How many reindeer does Santa have, according to the poem “The Night Before Christmas?”
- Answer: Eight (Rudolph isn’t in the original poem)
- Question: In the United States, when did department stores begin the tradition of a store Santa that children could visit?
- Answer: The late 1800s (1890, to be precise)
- Question: According to legend, what does Santa Claus do if he finds you awake when he visits?
- Answer: He leaves without delivering gifts
- Question: What is Santa Claus called in France?
- Answer: Père Noël
- Question: Who played Santa Claus in the 1994 remake of “Miracle on 34th Street?”
- Answer: Richard Attenborough
- Question: In what decade did Coca-Cola start using Santa Claus in their advertising, creating the image of Santa we commonly see today?
- Answer: 1930s (1931, to be precise)
- Question: According to American folklore, what holiday figure is Santa’s brother?
- Answer: Krampus
- Question: The tradition of Santa Claus was brought to Americans by immigrants from which country?
- Answer: The Netherlands (The Dutch referred to Saint Nicholas as “Sinterklaas,” which morphed into “Santa Claus.”)
- Question: Who wrote the poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” which gave rise to our current image of Santa?
- Answer: Clemente Clark Moore
- Question: In Greek legend, who is Santa Claus derived from?
- Answer: Saint Nicholas of Myra
Here’s a fun article that goes into the history of Santa.
International Christmas Customs Trivia
- Question: What is “Feliz Navidad” in English?
- Answer: Merry Christmas
- Question: In what country might you find a Christmas market at the Champs-Elysées?
- Answer: France
- Question: What oceanic country is known for celebrating Christmas with a beach barbecue?
- Answer: Australia
- Question: What is the name of the dessert traditionally eaten after Christmas dinner in the U.K.?
- Answer: Christmas pudding
- Question: In Spain, Mexico, and other Latin countries, what is the traditional festive celebration called, which is held in the lead-up to Christmas?
- Answer: Las Posadas
- Question: What large European country celebrates Christmas on January 7th due to the use of the Julian calendar?
- Answer: Russia
- Question: What is the name of the Swedish Christmas gnome or elf that is said to protect homes during the winter?
- Answer: Tomte (or sometimes Nisse)
- Question: In what country is it a Christmas tradition to hide brooms to keep away witches and evil spirits?
- Answer: Norway
- Question: What do children in Holland leave out for Sinterklaas’s (Santa Clause’s) horse?
- Answer: Hay and carrots
- Question: In Ethiopia, Christmas is known as Ganna and is celebrated in early January. What sport do men traditionally play on this day?
- Answer: Yágenna Chewata, or genna for short (which is a game similar to hockey)
- Question: In South Africa, what insect is traditionally eaten as a snack at Christmas?
- Answer: The Emperor Moth caterpillar, also known as the Christmas caterpillar
- Question: What event does the Giant Lantern Festival at Christmas in the Philippines celebrate?
- Answer: The lanterns are a tribute to the Star of Bethlehem
- Question: What fast-food restaurant has become a Christmas tradition in Japan?
- Answer: KFC (due to a successful marketing campaign in the 1970s
- Question: What is the name of the Icelandic Yule Cat?
- Answer: Jólakötturinn
- Question: Are reindeer real animals or creatures of Christmas folklore?
- Answer: Reindeer are real animals (also known as caribou in North America)
- Question: According to the song “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” what did the other reindeer do when they saw Rudolph’s shiny nose?
- Answer: They laughed and called him names
- Question: How many of Santa’s reindeer are traditionally said to pull Santa’s sleigh?
- Answer: Eight (excluding Rudolph)
- Question: In “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” what is the name of Rudolph’s dad?
- Answer: Donner
- Question: Who are Santa’s two reindeer whose names begin with “C”?
- Answer: Comet and Cupid
- Question: What are the three main reasons that (real) reindeer use their antlers?
- Answer: Protecting themselves, securing mates, and clearing away snow to find food
- Question: What is the name of the only original reindeer that starts with a “B”?
- Answer: Blitzen
- Question: True or false, female reindeer also grow antlers in real life?
- Answer: True
- Question: In Scandinavian folklore, who is said to ride a sleigh pulled by goats, not reindeer?
- Answer: Thor
- Question: What year was the song “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” released?
- Answer: 1949
- Question: Who first introduced Rudolph in popular culture?
- Answer: Robert L. May, in a 1939 book written for Montgomery Ward department stores
- Question: Who was the songwriter who made Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer famous in a song?
- Answer: Johnny Marks
- Question: How fast can an adult reindeer run in real life?
- Answer: Up to 50 mph (!)
- Question: In the original poem “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” what were two reindeer originally named before their names were changed in later versions?
- Answer: Dunder and Blixem (later changed to Donder and Blitzen)
- Question: What is unique about the vision of reindeer?
- Answer: Reindeer can see ultraviolet light
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Christmas Stories Trivia
- Question: Who is the main character in “A Christmas Carol”?
- Answer: Ebenezer Scrooge
- Question: What does the Grinch steal in Dr. Seuss’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”?
- Answer: All the Christmas presents, decorations, and food in Whoville
- Question: What sweet treat is often mentioned in The Night Before Christmas and is traditionally associated with the holiday season?
- Answer: Sugar plums
- Question: In “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”, why was the Grinch so mean, according to the narrator?
- Answer: His heart was two sizes too small
- Question: In “The Polar Express,” where is the train headed?
- Answer: The North Pole.
- Question: What is the name of the angel in “It’s a Wonderful Life”?
- Answer: Clarence Odbody
- Question: Who wrote the story “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”?
- Answer: Dr. Seuss
- Question: In “A Charlie Brown Christmas”, what does Linus say Christmas is all about?
- Answer: The birth of Jesus Christ
- Question: What book is “The Muppet Christmas Carol” based on?
- Answer: “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens
- Question: In “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” what does the elf Hermey want to be?
- Answer: A dentist
- Question: In “Polar Express,” what is the first gift of Christmas?
- Answer: A bell from Santa’s sleigh.
- Question: In “The Gift of the Magi,” what gift does Jim sell to buy combs for Della’s hair?
- Answer: His gold watch
- Question: In Hans Christian Andersen’s story “The Little Match Girl,” what does the Little Match Girl see when she lights the matches?
- Answer: Visions of warm, happy Christmas scenes, including a loving grandmother
- Question: In Truman Capote’s short story “A Christmas Memory,” who does the narrator make fruitcakes with every year?
- Answer: His elderly cousin, referred to as “my friend.”
- Question: In “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” why is it always winter and never Christmas?
- Answer: The White Witch has cursed Narnia to be always winter but never Christmas
Christmas Decorations Trivia
- Question: What are the traditional colors of Christmas decorations?
- Answer: Red and green
- Question: What is the circular decoration made of evergreens often hung on doors during Christmas time?
- Answer: A wreath
- Question: What decoration is used to count down the days until Christmas?
- Answer: An Advent calendar
- Question: What are the shiny strands draped on the Christmas tree called?
- Answer: Tinsel
- Question: What are some famous spiced cookies that, based on their shape, look like they might come alive?
- Answer: Gingerbread people
- Question: Name a popular flower that is used as a decoration during the Christmas season.
- Answer: Poinsettia
- Question: What common Christmas decoration is made by popping corn and sewing the pieces together?
- Answer: Popcorn garland
- Question: What traditional Christmas decoration is a plant with red berries?
- Answer: Holly
- Question: What are the traditional colors of the candles in an Advent wreath?
- Answer: Three purple and one pink, or four purple and one white
- Question: In what century did people start decorating Christmas trees?
- Answer: 16th century.
- Question: What plant, typically used in Christmas decorations, was used by the Druids to celebrate the winter solstice?
- Answer: Mistletoe
- Question: In Victorian times, what Christmas decoration was often made with paper and ribbons and hung in the parlor?
- Answer: Paper chains
- Question: Who is credited with the idea of electrically lit Christmas trees, starting the tradition of Christmas tree lights?
- Answer: Edward H. Johnson, a colleague of Thomas Edison
- Question: What popular Christmas decoration is derived from the German tradition of “Paradise Trees,” which were adorned with apples?
- Answer: Decorating Christmas trees with ornaments
- Question: What were the first artificial Christmas trees made out of in the 19th century?
- Answer: Goose feathers that were dyed green
Christmas in Pop Culture Trivia
- Question: What is the title of Ariana Grande’s popular Christmas song?
- Answer: Santa tell me
- Question: In the Netflix movie “Klaus,” what profession does Jesper have before meeting Klaus?
- Answer: He is a postman
- Question: What is Justin Bieber’s famous Christmas song from 2011
- Answer: Mistletoe
- Question: Who stars as the Grinch in the 2018 animated film “The Grinch”?
- Answer: Benedict Cumberbatch
- Question: What Christmas song is Mariah Carey famous for singing?
- Answer: All I want for Christmas is you
- Question: Who stars as the main character in the Netflix film “The Princess Switch”?
- Answer: Vanessa Hudgens
- Question: What is the name of the main character in the “Bad Santa” movies?
- Answer: Willie Soke, played by Billy Bob Thornton
- Question: Which actor famously accompanied Lady Gaga in a rendition of “Baby It’s Cold Outside” at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards?
- Answer: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
- Question: Who stars as Santa Claus in Netflix’s “The Christmas Chronicles”?
- Answer: Kurt Russell
- Question: Which singer released the album “Everyday Is Christmas” in 2017?
- Answer: Sia
- Question: Who stars as Santa Claus in Netflix’s “The Christmas Chronicles?”
- Answer: Kurt Russell
- Question: What Christmas song did Hip Hop rapper Mac Miller make a cover of?
- Answer: Baby, it’s cold outside
- Question: This 2020 Netflix series tells the story of two teenagers who fall in love by trading dares in a notebook that they pass back and forth around New York City
- Answer: Dash and Lily
- Question: Which pop star plays a department store elf in the film “Happiest Season (2020)”?
- Answer: Aubrey Plaza
- Question: Who sang the title track for the film “The Grinch (2018)”?
- Answer: Tyler, The Creator
- Question: What is the name of the nine-branched candelabrum lit during Hanukkah?
- Answer: Menorah
- Question: What is the name of the four-sided spinning top played with during Hanukkah
- Answer: Dreidel
- Question: What’s the name of the traditional Hanukkah potato pancake?
- Answer: Latke
- Question: Which comedian sings the Chanukah song?
- Answer: Adam Sandler
- Question: Which miracle is associated with Hanukkah?
- Answer: The oil in the temple menorah lasts eight days instead of one
- Question: Which Jewish military leader led the revolt against the Seleucid Empire that Hanukkah commemorates?
- Answer: Judah Maccabe
- Question: What is the name of the chocolate coins children use to play Dreidel?
- Answer: Gelt
- Question: What is another name for Hanukkah?
- Answer: The Festival of Lights
- Question: What does Hanukkah commemorate?
- Question: What does the word “Hanukkah” mean in Hebrew?
- Answer: Dedication
- Question: What do the Hebrew letters on the dreidel stand for in Hebrew?
- Answer: Nes Gadol Haya Sham (A great miracle happened there)
- Question: Which Hebrew blessing is said when lighting the Hanukkah candles?
- Answer: Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu Melech ha’olam, asher kid’shanu b’mitzvotav v’tsivanu l’hadlik ner shel Hanukkah
- Question: What was Judah Maccabee’s nickname?
- Answer: The Hammer
- Question: When (approximately) did the events commemorated by Hanukkah occur?
- Answer: In the second century BCE (specifically 167-160 BCE)
- Question: Which U.S. president participated in the first public Hanukkah candle-lighting ceremony of the National Menorah in Washington, D.C., in 1979?
- Answer: Jimmy Carter
- Question: How many days does Kwanzaa last?
- Answer: Seven
- Question: What does “Kwanzaa” mean in Swahili?
- Answer: First fruits (of the harvest)
- Question: What are the three colors of Kwanzaa?
- Answer: Red, black, green
- Question: What is the name of the candle holder used in Kwanzaa celebrations?
- Answer: Kinara
- Question: What is the traditional Kwanzaa greeting?
- Answer: Habari Gani
- Question: What are the seven principles of Kwanzaa?
- Answer: Umoja (Unity), Kujichagulia (Self-Determination), Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility), Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics), Nia (Purpose), Kuumba (Creativity), and Imani (Faith)
- Question: What is the name of the traditional Kwanzaa feast?
- Answer: Karamu Ya Imani
- Question: On which night of Kwanzaa is the feast typically held?
- Answer: The sixth night
- Question: Why are two ears of corn placed on the mkeka during Kwanzaa?
- Answer: They represent the children and the future that they embody.
- Question: What is the order of lighting the candles in the Kinara?
- Answer: The black candle is lit first, then it alternates between the three red and three green candles, starting with the red
- Question: In what year was Kwanzaa first celebrated?
- Answer: 1966
- Question: What is the traditional response to the greeting “Habari Gani” during Kwanzaa?
- Answer: The name of the principle being celebrated on each day
- Question: What is the name of the awards ceremony that is often associated with Kwanzaa, where accomplishments of the past year are celebrated?
- Answer: Tamshi La Tambiko (The Libation Statement)
- Question: What are the seven symbols of Kwanzaa?
- Answer: Mazao (The Crops), Mkeka (The Mat), Kinara (The Candle Holder), Muhindi (The Corn), Mishumaa Saba (The Seven Candles), Kikombe cha Umoja (The Unity Cup), and Zawadi (The Gifts)
- Question: Each day of Kwanzaa is dedicated to a specific principle. What are these principles called in Swahili?
- Answer: The Nguzo Saba
- Question: What is the name of the traditional African straw mat that is used during the Kwanzaa ceremony?
- Answer: Mkeka (which symbolizes the tradition on which all else rests)
- Question: What does “Yule” celebrate?
- Answer: The winter solstice
- Question: What culture originated the Yule celebration?
- Answer: Germanic peoples
- Question: The Yule celebration is associated with which ancient religion?
- Answer: Paganism
- Question: In Wiccan tradition, what event does Yule symbolize?
- Answer: The rebirth of the Sun God
- Question: What is a Yule log?
- Answer: A large log that is typically burned during Yule celebrations
- Question: What is the Norse name for the holiday season which includes Yule?
- Answer: Jól
- Question: What is the name of the boar frequently associated with Yule feasts in Norse tradition?
- Answer: Sæhrímnir
- Question: What is a common drink consumed during Yule?
- Answer: Wassail, a spiced cider
- Question: How long was Yule traditionally celebrated in Norse culture?
- Answer: Twelve days
- Question: What ancient monument in England is associated with the winter solstice and, by extension, Yule?
- Answer: Stonehenge
- Question: In what century did Yule become associated with Christmas due to Christianization?
- Answer: Around the 11th century
- Question: What is the name of the Norse god often associated with Yule?
- Answer: Odin
- Question: What does the “Hunting the Wren” tradition associated with Yule involve?
- Answer: It involves “hunting” a fake wren, which is then paraded around town
- Question: In the Poetic Edda, an Old Norse poem, what is Yule referred to as?
- Answer: A “time of greatest mirth.”
- Question: According to folklore, what will happen if the Yule log goes out before the morning?
- Answer: Bad luck will befall the household
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