Holiday Quizzes

We all love the holidays, but unless you start making up some of your own, you can only celebrate them once a year. Sporcle is different. We allow you to take a Halloween quiz at Christmas or even a Beatles quiz on Elvis' Birthday. Test your Christmas knowledge with our Santa's reindeer quiz. See if you can remember all the words to every Christmas Carol in the heat of the summer, or try your luck of the Irish in a St. Patrick's Day quiz. It doesn't matter the date because these holiday games and quizzes are available all year round.

Today's Featured Game

Halloween Hidden Objects Game
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Can you find the hidden objects in this Halloween themed picture?
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Monster Mash Clicky-oke

More Recent Games

Wedding Anniversary Movies (Clickable)
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Can you find the 'Wedding Anniversary Gifts' missing from these movies?
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'Sorting tHat' MiniBlitz: Treat Time! 🍭
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Can you sort (ie, click in order) these tasty treats? Use the order of Eastertime treats, those often sold at movie theater snack bars, Christmastide treats, and again from the theater lobby, all in only 60 seconds?
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Mixed Word: Spanish Halloween
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Can you unscramble these Spanish Halloween words?
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Christmas Songs Not By First Verse (clickable)
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Pick the Christmas songs by the start of their second or third verse?*.
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Sporcle Crossword 1 - Labor Day?
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Name the answers to the crossword clues.
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Sporcle-Man and Bonus Boy
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Progressing through the comic book, can you provide the missing piece of information at the end of each slide?
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'Back' to School 1
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Can you name NCAA Division 1 one-word* schools that end in these series of letters?
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Holiday Date Matchmaker
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Match the holidays or special occasions to the date on which they always fall.
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Typing Challenge: 100 Summery Words
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Name the 100 words relating to summer in this progressively longer typing marathon.
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Initially Yours Holiday
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Name the holiday things from the initials.
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Japanese Holidays
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Pick the Japanese public holidays.
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Zombie Holiday Cards
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Name the holiday for each zombified greeting card.
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Fourth of July Word Fill-In
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Name the words associated with the Fourth of July (food, fun, events, significance, etc.)*.
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Famous Fathers of Famous Kids
No matter how famous you are, you still need an arsenal of dad jokes.
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Father's Day Quiz (Clickable Fathers)
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Pick the fathers.
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U.S. City by Fireworks (Slideshow)
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Name the city where each of these fireworks displays are taking place.
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Easter Eggs
Underneath these colorful shells are the makings for a mean egg salad sandwich.
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Movie By Peep
The cost for casting these acting peeps was probably around 30 cents each.
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Celebrating St. Patrick's in Style
Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!
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Cats in Strange Costumes
This quiz brought to you in honor of National Dress Up Your Pet Day.
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Wrong Lyrics Christmas
Honestly, we're going to start singing these lyrics from now on.
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Holiday Alphabet Soup
This time of year, the best thing you can do to keep warm is eat a nice bowl of soup.
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Christmas Songs by Second Line
When it comes to song lyrics, these ones are second only to the line before them.
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Stupid Christmas Jokes
These jokes will just sleigh you.
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'All I Want for Christmas is You'
This might be the most romantic Christmas song outside of Santa Baby.
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Christmas Song Excerpts
There are so many great Christmas songs, we decided to save time and sing a line from each.
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Thanksgiving Dinner Logic Puzzle
After you play this quiz, you might as well take a nap.
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Monster Mash Clicky-oke
We have to admit, we never learned how to do the monster mash properly.
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Famous Faces by Carved Pumpkin
Play this quiz and you'll be well on your way to earning your Trick or Treat badge!
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Halloween Trivia Field
It's pretty likely that this trivia field is just a field with pumpkins and scarecrows.
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Holiday Editor: khands

Recent popular comments in Holiday

  1. Halloween Hidden Objects Game
    12
    I still can't see that nail even though I know it's on B6
  2. Wedding Anniversary Movies (Clickable)
    4
    original!
  3. Mixed Word: Spanish Halloween
    4
    Thank you so much for my first Editor's Pick!!
  4. Halloween Hidden Objects Game
    3
    @Metheuz, it's the top beam of the right-hand bit of the house. The head of the nail is between what looks like two breaks in the vertical beam next to the tower-y bit of the house.
  5. Stupid Pirate Jokes
    3
    That "Relationships!" one just slays me, every single time I hear it!
  6. Stupid Pirate Jokes
    3
    How do pirates know they exist? They think, therefor they arrre.
  7. Christmas Songs Not By First Verse (clickable)
    3
    @triplet_3: Not to become argumentative, but this version, verbatim, may be found at worldofchristmas.net … now, the fact that this carol is over 400 years old, and in Public Domain, might mean that we may never know the "original version", per se… but it surely doesn't invalidate the lyrics as shown in this quiz. *wink*
  8. Christmas Songs Not By First Verse (clickable)
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    @BombaySapphire: I was just trying to offer some constructive feedback in my position as Carol and Holiday Songs curator. Thanks for letting me know the source. I was just intrigued, because I have several carol books (including the definitive 'New Oxford Book of Carols') and haven't come across the version shown in your source. I'm well aware that 'We wish you a merry Christmas' is an old carol originally spread by oral tradition (I'm really interested in old, traditional carols), but if you look at the older versions of the written-down lyrics - the closest you can get to an 'original' - the words are 'Now bring us some figgy pudding...and bring some out here' - or sometimes with variations of 'now bring some out here'. I think the 'cup of good cheer' line is relatively recent, though feel free to correct me if you have proof otherwise. I'm always happy to learn something new.
  9. Stupid Pirate Jokes
    2
    "An arm and a leg" should probably read "An ARRRRRM and a leg".
  10. Stupid Pirate Jokes
    2
    What do you call wages of $3.14 per hour? A pi rate!
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