40 Easter Trivia Questions and Answers

Do you know the true meaning of Easter? Whether you enjoy the traditional story as told in the Bible, or are all about the chocolate eggs and fluffy bunnies, our easter trivia is sure to get you in the festive spirit. 

He is not here; he has risen! Luke 24:6-7.

Easter is a Christian holiday that has been celebrated since the 2nd century. 

There is no denying that it is one of the most pleasurable and indulgent holidays we celebrate, and one that is most enjoyed by children – ok, maybe it’s second to Christmas.

In this easter trivia we will look into Easter traditions in different countries, the rise of chocolate eggs, and why rabbits have become so associated with the holiday. 

Grab some mini eggs, hop on over, and let’s play!


Related: Christmas Trivia | Hanukkah Trivia | Valentine’s Day Trivia | Halloween Trivia | Thanksgiving Trivia | New Year’s Trivia

General Easter Trivia Questions 

General Easter Trivia

Our first round on this Easter eggstravaganza is a collection of random questions covering all there is to know about the holiday.

From religious beliefs and superstitions to statistics and chocolate egg brands. 

Players of all ages should be able to participate and enjoy this round, it would be crackin’ if you learned something cool along the way too. 

No fowl-play, please!

Let’s play!

1: What is the name of the annual Easter festival that has been held at The White House since 1878?
The White House Easter Egg Roll.
2: Tales of the Easter Bunny were brought to America in the 1700s by immigrants from which European country?
3: Easter is the second largest holiday for candy sales in the US. What is the first?
4: What percentage of candy sold in America during Easter is chocolate? 50%, 70%, or 90%.
5: Which chocolate manufacturer produced the world's first Easter egg in 1873?
6: During Easter time, sailors believed in a superstition that carrying a certain item with them would prevent a shipwreck. What was it?
Hot cross buns.
7: What spiritual being is said to have rolled away the stone from Jesus’s tomb on the 3rd day which enabled his resurrection?
An Angel.
8: The Rothschild Faberge Easter Egg is known to be the most expensive easter egg in the world. How much is it worth? The closest answer wins.
$9.6 million.
9: What has been the best-selling Easter candy in America?
Reece’s Mini Peanut Butter Eggs.
10: What is having a haircut on Good Friday said to prevent for the rest of the year?

Traditions Surrounding Easter Trivia Questions 

Traditions Surrounding Easter trivia image

Get ready to crack open a world of Easter traditions!

From unique holiday foods to surprising gift-giving customs, this round will take you on a global journey of celebration.

As with all religious holidays, each country puts its own spin on Easter, and we can’t wait for you to learn just how diverse the festivities can be. 

So hop on board and get ready to be eggcited!

Let’s go!

1: What roast meat is traditionally served in England on Easter Sunday?
Roast Lamb.
2: On Good Friday it is tradition to fly homemade kites in Bermuda. What shape do they tend to be?
3: What type of sweet dish is the traditional Russian Easter dessert Pashka?
4: What do Swedish children dress up as during Easter?
Easter witches.
5: What do the thirty-three layers within a traditional Argentinian Easter Pascualina Pie represent?
The number of years Jesus was alive.
6: How many eggs are used in the omelet that feeds a thousand in Haux, France, which is made every year on Easter Monday?
7: What color do members of the orthodox church in Greece dye eggs during Easter as a symbol to represent the rebirth of Christ?
8: What is prohibited in Germany on Good Friday?
9: In which East African country are the people prohibited from eating meat on Wednesdays and Fridays for two months before Easter as part of their fasting schedule?
10: What flower is traditionally gifted to mothers during Easter as part of a Pagan tradition as it is associated with rebirth, motherhood, purity, and new beginnings?
Easter Lily.

TV and Movie Easter Trivia Questions

TV and Movie Easter Trivia

We all enjoy the holiday specials of our favorite TV series – who can forget the holiday armadillo?

From the crazy outfits to the bizarre plotlines, they are imprinted on our brains just waiting for an opportunity to be brought back to the forefront of our minds.

You might not recall many Easter movies off the top of your head, so prepare to take a trip down memory lane as we enter round three of our trivia. 

Let’s begin! 

1: In what season of Friends does Chandler dress up as the Easter Bunny for the Halloween episode?
Season 8.
2: Who hosts an Easter egg hunt in their backyard in the Simpsons episode The Last of the Red Hat Mamas which aired in 2005?
Mayor Quimby.
3: In the 2011 Easter movie Hop, who voices the main bunny E.B.?
Russell Brand.
4: How many Easter bunnies are fighting at the start of the Brooklyn Nine Nine Easter special Valloweaster that aired in 2020?
5: What breed of dog is Zeus in the 2014 family film The Dog Who Saved Easter?
Labrador retriever.
6: Who hosts the Easter egg hunt in the second-ever episode of Parks and Recreation?
Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler).
7: What year was It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown released?
8: What is the name of the bunny in Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade who is Sid the sloth's rival?
9: Who starred as Hannah Brown in the 1948 musical Irving Berlin’s Easter Parade?
Judy Garland.
10: What is the name of the society that guards the secret of Easter in the 2007 South Park Easter Special?
The Hare Club for Men.

Fun Kids Easter Trivia Questions 

Fun Kids Easter Trivia

Kids, it’s time for you to shine!

This final round in our Easter quiz has been tailor-made just for youngsters to enjoy. 

Quizzes are a fantastic opportunity to educate children in a fun way. They can be a great way to train our little ones’ brains to retain information and build self-confidence

Grown-ups are of course welcome to join in, but we won’t judge you for eating chocolate and encouraging from the sidelines instead!

Here we go! 

1: What day of the week does Easter always fall?
2: What fruit is often placed on top of an Easter Ham in America to add additional sweetness to the glaze?
3: Who is the famous rabbit who was created by Beatrix Potter in 1893 and first published in a book of the same name in 1902?
Peter Rabbit.
4: What is the traditional flower of Easter?
5: What mask does J.J. make in the Cocomelon song Easter Masks?
6: What dried fruits are baked into a Hot cross bun?
7: What was the crown made from which Jesus wore on the cross?
8: Which US state hosts the world's largest Easter parade?
New York.
9: Whose house do Peppa Pig and her friends enjoy an easter egg hunt in the Easter Bunny episode?
Rebecca Rabbits.
10:What style of hat is it fun to decorate during Easter time?
A Bonnet.

More Easter Trivia Fun – Video Quiz

Thank you for playing our Easter trivia. Did you egg-cel in every round, or were you left scrambled? Why not try your hand at another cracking quiz to keep the festivities hopping?

What’s your favorite Easter Tradition? Whatever it may be, we hope you have enjoyed this Easter trivia to kick off the fun and didn’t find the puns too eggshausting (sorry). 

That’s all, yolks! 

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