Friday, October 22, 2021

Chicago Trivia Questions and Answers

Our Chicago Trivia Questions and Answers are entertaining and informative and you will love them.

Answer the below questions to reach the next level.

Q1. Chicago is also known as __________.
City of the Big Shoulders
City of Big D
City of Big Ease
Beehive Of Industry

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Q2. Chicago is _________ place to live.
ideal
good
bad
average

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Q3. Name the river that is in Chicago.
Illinois River
Muddy River
They Are Not Split
Charles River

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Q4. ____________ is the area of Chicago.
606.1 km²
170 km²
232.1 km²
226.2 km²

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Q5. Can you tell established date of Chicago?
1630
1819
1833
1820

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Q6. Can you tell Chicago's motto.
Urbs in horto
United we stand, divided we fall
Virtute et Armis
L'Étoile du Nord

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Q7. How many people both foreign and domestic visited Chicago in 2008?
Chicago had 51.3 million visitors in 2008.
Chicago had 48.6 million visitors in 2008.
Chicago had 40.1 million visitors in 2008.
Chicago had 45.6 million visitors in 2008.

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Q8. At ________ street corner do all address numbers originate from in Chicago.
corner of State and Madison streets
corner of Michigan and Roosevelt
corner of State and Congress
none of them

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Q9. ___________ is the popular name for the heart of Chicago’s downtown business district.
The Core
The Loop
The Hall
The Circle

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Q10. __________ is the nickname for the City of Chicago.
Windy City
Second City
City of the Big Shoulders
All of them

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Q11. By __________ name is Chicago’s most popular downtown shopping area called.




The Golden Mile
The Designers Mile
The Magnificent Mile
The Silver Mile

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Q12. When you travel to Chicago, you should prepare this dress.




Always pack a warm jacket and a sweater or two.
Prepare to dress in layers.
Prepare to dress casually.
As you wish.

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Q13. You should you be aware of _________ if you plan to bring your car to Chicago.
Traffic jams are common and parking is very expensive in the downtown core.
Driving is competitive so prepare to be cut off and locals like speed up to beat the traffic lights.
Both of them
None of them

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Q14. You can go here to get the most up-to-date bulletins on the El schedules and routes.
The Time out Chicago
Talk of the Town City Guide
The Chicago Tour Guide
The Chicago City Guide

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Q15. _____________ is special about Lincoln Park Zoo that you will rarely find anywhere else.
exotic reptile exhibit
nothing
no admission fee
icy walrus exhibit with underwater viewing

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Q16. _________ gallons of water soar to heights up to 150 feet every minute at Buckingham Fountain in Grants Park.
14,000 gallons
15,000 gallons
16,000 gallons
17,000 gallons

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Q17. The name “Chicago” comes from the Native American name “Chicagoua,” meaning _______.
The place of the wild onion
Chicken farmer
A place of high winds
Chilly water

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Q18. In the years before Lake Michigan was well-filtered, __________ is what some unlucky Chicagoans find in their tap water.
Pieces of rubber
Minnows
Gasoline
Arsenic

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Q19. In ___________, a fire destroyed the city.
1929
1871
1876
1814

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Q20. After the fire, __________ donated books to the people of Chicago.
Ulysses Grant
Andrew Carnegie
The people of Japan
Queen Victoria

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Q21. __________ was the occupation of George Ferris, inventor of the first Ferris wheel.
Amusement park owner
Steelworker
Bridge Designer
Hotdog vendor

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Q22. ___________ Native American people were driven from Chicago area after 1830.
Wamponoag
Cherokee
Navajo
Potawatomi

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Q23. ________ police officers were killed at Haymarket Square in the 19th century’s most sensational labor incident.
2
3
5
7

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Q24. In 1889, mark the new Chicago landmark that was the largest building in the world.
The Water Tower
The Auditorium
Fort Dearborn
The Sears Tower

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Q25. ________ is Chicago's population.
1.71 million
7.1 million
3.1 million
2.71 million

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CHICAGO TRIVIA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:

Chicago Trivia Questions and Answers will tell you all about the windy city.

A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE CITY

Chicago, the third-largest US city is located on the shore of Lake Michigan in Illinois. The skyline is known for its bold buildings, lined with skyscrapers, such as the iconic 450-meter-high John Hancock Center. Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) and Neo-Gothic Tribune Tower. The city is also famous for its museums and beautiful sights.

WHY THIS TRIVIA:

When talking about big cities, how can we skip the trivia of the most important city in the U.S.A?

It is one of the most famous and favorite spots for tourists.

Our Chicago trivia questions and answers will help the tourists learn more about Chicago before visiting it.