Presidents Day is around the corner! Are you prepared? Do you know all the facts and questions related to this D-day? If not, you need to go through this article before Presidents Day arrives.
Presidents Day is on the third Monday of February to commemorate the US presidents. Initially, it marked the birthday of the first president of America, George Washington, but later it was changed in 1970. Check out the following questions and gauge how much you know about US presidents.
Easy Questions: 1 to 10.
Medium Questions: 11 to 30
Hard Questions: 31 to 50
50 Presidents Day Trivia Questions and Answers
#1. Presidents Day was created to honor which US president?
#2. When was Presidents Day created?
#3. What is another name for Presidents Day?
#4. Besides George Washington, which other US president was born in February?
#5. Who implemented Presidents Day to honor all presidents of the US?
#6. Today, fireworks are part of the July 4th celebrations. Who came up with this idea?
#7. When was the first president of America born?
#8. How many US presidents died on July 4th?
#9. After the Independence, who was the first president of the United States?
#10. When was Presidents Day initially celebrated?
#11. Which American president was the first to use the telegraph?
#12. Besides independence day, one of America's presidents was born on July 4th. What was his name?
#13. In which year was Presidents Day changed to February 3rd?
#14. Which United States president was the first to appear on Tv?
#15. Which American president served as Chief Justice of the Supreme?
#16. Who was the first US president to live in the White House?
#17. Which of the following United States president did not die on July 4th?
#18. Who signed the Declaration of Independence first?
#19. How old was Benjamin Franklin when he signed the Declaration of Independence?
#20. Which US president signed the Declaration of Independence?
#21. Which US president served for more than two terms?
#22. Initially, Alaska state was owned by Russia. Which president purchased the state?
#23. Which US president served for the shortest duration?
#24. Which US president did not live in the White House?
#25. Which president was the first citizen of the United States?
#26. Which is the home state of Barack Obama?
#27. How many children did George Washington have?
#28. Which president had his pet named Dick?
#29. Most of the US presidents came from which state?
#30. Who was the shortest president among the following?
#31. Which president served for two non-consecutive terms in the history of the US?
#32. In which year was the Independence day of the US celebrated on July 5th?
#33. Which US president could simultaneously write Latin with one hand and Greek with the other?
#34. Which US presidential candidate played the saxophone during his campaign?
#35. William Harrison served as US president for how long?
#36. What was the color of fireworks used during the first July 4th celebrations?
#37. Where in the United States did the Revolutionary war begin?
#38. Which US presidential candidate played the harmonica during his campaign?
#39. What was the color of fireworks used during the first July 4th celebrations?
#40. Which US president was not elected by the people of America?
#41. Which American president introduced the handshaking of visitors?
#42. Which Us president was the first to put a Christmas tree in the White House?
#43. Which was the pet for Millard Fillmore?
#44. George Bush disliked which vegetables?
#45. Which US president had two tiger cubs as pets?
#46. Which American president donated most of his presidential salary to charity?
#47. What was the pet animal for president McKinley?
#48. Which American president founded the University of Virginia?
#49. Which American president was the fourth to win the Nobel Peace Prize?
#50. Which US president introduced the Social Security program in America?
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