Are you feeling confident in your knowledge of US states and cities? Whether you’re a geography buff or just looking for a fun challenge, this US States Quiz and Cities Quiz has everything you need.
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|How many states are there in the US?||Officially 50 States Quiz|
|What is the 51st American state?||Guam|
|How many people are in US?||331.9 millions (As in 2021)|
|How many US presidents are there?||46 presidencies with 45 been served as president|
In this blog post, we provide an exhilarating quiz that will challenge your knowledge of the US. With four rounds of varying difficulty, you’ll have the opportunity to prove your expertise and discover fascinating facts.
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#Round 1: Easy US States Quiz
1/ What is the capital of California?
2/ Mount Rushmore, a famous monument featuring the faces of four US presidents, is located in which state?
Answer: South Dakota
3/ What is the least populous state in the USA?
4/ By land size, what is the smallest US state?
Answer: Rhode Island
5/ Which state is famous for its maple syrup production?
- New Hampshire
6/ Which one of the state’s capitals got its name from a man who introduced tobacco to Europe?
7/ The Mall of America, one of the largest shopping malls, can be found in which state?
8/ Florida’s capital is Tallahassee, the name comes from two Creek Indian words meaning what?
- Red flowers
- Sunny place
- Old town
- Big meadow
9/ Which state is known for its vibrant music scene in cities like Nashville?
10/ The Golden Gate Bridge is a renowned landmark in which state?
Answer: San Francisco
11/ What is the capital of Nevada?
12/ In which US state can you find the city of Omaha?
13/ When was Magic Kingdom, Disney World in Florida, opened?
14/ Which state is known as the “Lone Star State”?
15/ Which state is famous for its lobster industry and picturesque coastline?
#Round 2: Medium US States Quiz
16/ The Space Needle, an iconic observation tower located in which state?
- New York
17/ What state is also known as ‘Finlandia’ because it looks much like Finland?
18/ Which is the only US state to have one syllable in its name?
19/ What is the most common first letter among the names of the U.S. states?
20/ What is the capital of Arizona?
21/ The Gateway Arch, an iconic monument, can be found in which state?
22/ Paul Simon, Frank Sinatra, and Bruce Springsteen were all three born in what U.S. state?
- New Jersey
- New York
23/ In which US state can you find the city of Charlotte?
Answer: North Carolina
24/ What is the capital of Oregon? – US States Quiz
25/ Which one of the following cities is not in Alabama?
#Round 3: Hard US States Quiz
26/ Which state is the only one to be bordered by exactly one other state?
27/ Name the four states that meet at the Four Corners Monument.
- Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona
- California, Nevada, Oregon, Idaho
- Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, North Dakota
- Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana
28/ Which state is the leading producer of corn in the United States?
29/ In which state is the city of Santa Fe, known for its vibrant art scene and adobe architecture?
- New Mexico
30/ Name the only state that grows coffee commercially.
31/ What are the 50 states in the USA?
Answer: There are 50 states in the USA: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin. Wyoming
32/ Which state is known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”?
33/ Name the state with the highest number of national parks. – US States Quiz
34/ Which state is the largest producer of oranges in the United States?
35/ In which state is the city of Savannah, known for its historic district and oak-lined streets?
#Round 4: US City Quiz Questions
36/ Which one of the following cities is known for a dish named Gumbo?
- New Orleans
37/ In which Florida city is “Jane the Virgin” set?
38/ What is the ‘Sin City’?
- Las Vegas
- El Paso
39/ In the TV show Friends, Chandler is transferred to Tulsa. True or False?
40/ What U.S. city is home to the Liberty Bell?
41/ Which city has long served as the heart of the U.S. auto industry?
42/ Which city is home to Disneyland?
Answer: Los Angeles
43/ This Silicon Valley city is home to many of the world’s biggest tech companies.
- San Jose
44/ Colorado Springs is not in Colorado. True or False
45/ What was the name of New York before it was officially called New York?
Answer: New Amsterdam’s
46/ This city was the site of a major fire in 1871, and many blame Mrs. O’Leary’s poor cow for the blaze.
47/ Florida may be home to rocket launches, but Mission Control is located in this city.
48/ When combined with the nearby city of Ft. Worth, this city forms the largest inland metropolitan center in the U.S.
49/ What city is home to the Panthers football team? – US States Quiz
- San Jose
50/ A true Buckeyes fan knows that the team calls this city home.
- Ft. Worth
51/ This city plays host to the largest single-day sporting event in the world every Memorial Day weekend.
52/ Which city is associated with country singer Johnny Cash?
Whether you’re a trivia lover, a teacher looking for an educational activity, or simply curious about the US, this Us States Quiz can take your experience to the next level, creating memorable moments of learning and fun. Get ready to discover new facts, and challenge your knowledge?
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