Play games with colorful toys and letters cubes.

Trivia Quiz Games

If you love fun trivia quizzes and you love to play fun games, then you are going to have real fun. Our online trivia platform can be a great time for anyone to enjoy. It's trivia for seniors, adults, and kids. You can use it for your virtual trivia night, as bar trivia questions, or just to have fun.

Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

United States - Special Landmarks Fun Facts

Arrow Right icon
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
A tribe called Hopi has its own beliefs. They think the Grand Canyon is a gateway to the Afterlife.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
The bridge's bright orange-red appearance was initially only a primer to weather-proof under the paint. It made such a bold statement and looked golden in the sun, so they decided to keep it.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
None of the US presidents were allowed to go to the top of this landmark due to safety precautions. But one president did. President Eisenhower, mostly because he signed the order to enable its construction.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
The Liberty Bell is a symbol of independence, but it was also useful for many other things. Such as gathering the town folk for meetings and alerting law enforcement that trouble had come to town.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
George W Vanderbilt was part of a famous, wealthy family. They made their fortune through steamboats, railway lines, and art dealerships.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
Mount Rushmore took approximately 14 years to complete, using over 400 men, thousands of sticks of dynamite, and hundreds of jackhammers. The result was well worth it.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
The Hoover Dam was built two years ahead of the proposed completion date. This was impressive considering the workers' humidity, extreme conditions, and lack of amenities nearby.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
The Statue of Liberty has been struck by lightning over 600 times. She is not only a beacon of hope but also a massive conductor of electrical surges.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
In 1923, the Hollywood sign was originally an advertisement for real estate in the area, but due to its popularity, notoriety and significance, the sign was left in place permanently.
Fun Fact
United States - Special Landmarks
Christian friars built the Alamo in the early 18th century to convert Indians to Christianity.

More Geography Fun Facts