Top London Quizzes & Trivia

When it comes to history there are few cities in the world that come anywhere near close matching London. Whether it’s theater in the West End, the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace, the wealth of historic buildings or its legendary sporting venues, London has it all.

It’s hard to know where to start when it comes to asking you questions. Can you tell us which sport you’d be watching if you supported the Hammers? In which year was the World Cup Final held at Wembley Stadium? When was Buckingham Palace built?

Who was responsible for the designing of Westminster Abbey and who’s that politician with the terrible hair who is the Mayor of London? We’re sure you will love taking our quizzes about the city of London. So if you know your Marble Arch from your Strand, can work out which underground line you need to get to Wood Green or follow one of the many sporting teams in the city, it’s time to test your knowledge.

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  • Statues of which mythical beasts guard the boundary of the City of London?
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  • Who sang about a bench in Soho Square, and is now commemorated with just that - a bench in Soho Square?
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  • Which unusual item of street furniture is commemorated in the names of five West End pubs?
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  • Whose house in Lincolns Inn Fields contains paintings by Hogarth and Canaletto, the sarcophagus of Seti I and countless other curiosities?
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  • On the other side of Lincolns Inn, youll find the Hunterian Museum. What is its focus?
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  • London contains any number of small, niche museums. Which of the following is NOT to be found in the capital.
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  • Which popular animal died in The Cheshire Cheese on Fleet Street in 1926, prompting worldwide obituaries in over 200 newspapers? 
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  • The Blue Posts is a name shared by no fewer than five West End pubs. To what does the name refer?
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  • Which famous man connected with the film industry owns the Punch Bowl pub in Mayfair?
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  • The first manned balloon flight in England, by Vincenzo Lunardi on 15 September 1784, took off from which London location?
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  • Who painted this sky-filled canvas of Westminster and Lambeth?
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  • In what year did the Queen open the first passenger terminal at Heathrow Airport?
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