British Quizzes Online & Trivia

A comprehensive database of more than 15 british quizzes online, test your knowledge with british quiz questions. Our online british trivia quizzes can be adapted to suit your requirements for taking some of the top british quizzes.

Get ready to take a trip to Great Britain to know more about the inhabitants of this beautiful country! We will test your knowledge on the Brits in every aspect so we hope that you have come prepared! Think you can answer questions on this group of people?

Whether you’ve been to the United Kingdom or simply read about it, we have questions that will challenge you! How British are you? What is the Church of England? What does an English breakfast consist of? What is Yorkshire pudding? What is the British English term for “eggplant”, “cookie”, and “garbage can”? Who is the current reigning Queen of England? What is the most popular sport in the United Kingdom? Attempt our quizzes on British people to know them more closely!

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  • MUSICUndoubtedly one of the coolest men of the 1960s, this individual’s life was tragically cut short at the age of 27 when he drowned in the swimming pool of his Sussex home, what is his name?
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  • MUSICAs you may be aware, the British technically invented music. One of the most famous bands of all time is a skiffle outfit from Liverpool known locally as 'The Beatles'. Which Beatles song contains the lyrics He got muddy water, he one mojo filter, he say one and one and one is three?
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