Ohio Trivia

49 Ohio Trivia Questions and Answers – Everything Trivia

Welcome to a fascinating journey through the rich history, culture, and landmarks of Ohio, also known as the Buckeye State! Whether you’re a native Ohioan looking to test your knowledge or someone curious about this state’s unique contributions to America, this Ohio trivia collection promises to enlighten and entertain. From presidents to pioneers, lakes to landmarks, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone. So, are you ready to delve deep into the wonders of Ohio? Let’s dive in!

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1. What is the official state flower of Ohio?

2. Which U.S. President called Ohio home and is famously known for his ‘Rough Riders’?

3. In which Ohio city is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame located?

4. Which river caught fire in 1969, leading to environmental reforms?

5. Which Ohio city is known as the ‘Queen City’?

6. What famous toy was invented by Arthur Granjean and introduced in Ohio?

7. Ohio is known as the ‘Birthplace of ___?’

8. Which Ohio city is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

9. Which astronaut and Ohioan was the first man to step on the moon?

10. In what year did Ohio become a state?

11. What is the capital city of Ohio?

12. Which large lake borders Ohio to the north?

13. Which Ohio city is known for its rubber and tire industry?

14. How many presidents were born in Ohio?

15. What is the official state bird of Ohio?

16. Which amusement park in Ohio is known for its roller coasters?

17. Who was the famous Ohioan known as the ‘King of the Cowboys’?

18. In which Ohio city would you find the National Museum of the US Air Force?

19. Which large island in Lake Erie is a popular tourist destination in Ohio?

20. Which Ohio city is home to the main campus of Ohio State University?

21. Who was the famous sharpshooter from Ohio who performed in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show?

22. What type of snake, found only in Ohio, gives its name to a particular island in Lake Erie?

23. Which holiday treat is known to have originated from Ohio in the 1800s?

24. Which actress known for her role in ‘Pretty Woman’ was born in Smyrna, Ohio?

25. What Ohio city is nicknamed ‘The Glass City’ due to its historical glass production?

26. What fruit pie is the official state dessert of Ohio?

27. Which Ohio city is home to a well-known, prestigious art museum, one of the most comprehensive in the US?

28. Ohio’s state motto is ‘With ___ and Justice for All’?

29. Which famous Ohioan was a pioneer of the American Modernist tradition?

30. What nickname was given to Ohio due to its shape?

31. Which prehistoric earthworks site is located in Newark, Ohio?

32. Which Major League Baseball team calls Ohio home and has its origins in the 1860s?

33. Which Ohio astronaut orbited the earth in Friendship 7?

34. Which soft drink, known for its ginger flavor, originated in Ohio?

35. What Ohio city is known for its zoo and its annual arts festival?

36. Which famous pilot, known for her transatlantic flight, was from Atchison, Ohio?

37. In which Ohio city would you find ‘Jungle Jim’s International Market’, a large food store?

38. What is the name of the Ohio river that shares its name with a state?

39. What is the name of the famous Ohioan who became the first African American Major League Baseball player?

40. What Ohio museum is dedicated to the history of the Great Lakes?

41. Which Ohio city is known for hosting the World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade?

42. Which prominent abolitionist called Ohio home and wrote ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’?

43. Which Ohio city is home to ‘King’s Island’, a popular amusement park?

44. What novel, written by an Ohioan, tells the story of a white shark terrorizing a beach community?

45. Which Ohio zoo is one of the oldest in the US?

46. Which Ohio city was originally known as ‘Losantiville’?

47. What is the tallest point in Ohio?

48. In which Ohio city is the ‘Soap Box Derby’ held?

49. Which university is famous for its journalism program and its Scripps College?

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