Ultimate Christmas True or False Questions

From jaunty jingles to tasty treats, Christmas is a time for festive fun. It’s time to see how much you know in our fun Christmas true or false questions!

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These Christmas true or false questions will test your festive knowledge

With Christmas time upon us once more, it’s time to get quizzical again! Gather your friends and family and see who knows the most about the festive season.

Coming up are a fun selection of Christmas true or false questions. We’ll be mixing fact and fiction here, so keep a keen eye out for anything that doesn’t sound quite right!

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There’s some fun Christmas trivia coming up, but is it true or false?

Do you know if ‘Jingle Bells’ was written as a celebration of Thanksgiving? Did David Bowie sing the opening lines to Band Aid’s Christmas charity hit?

You might find some of these proper head scratchers. Do you know if spider webs are a traditional Christmas decoration over in Poland, or if Santa has his own postcode in Canada? Have mince pies ever contained actual meat, and do crocodiles actually make the Christmas menu down under?

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We love this Christmas true or false quiz

We told you some of these are pretty challenging! Perhaps you know whether Sinter Klass is one of Santa Claus’ various pseudonyms… or maybe we’ve just got on the eggnog a little too early!

If you think you’ve got what it takes to tackle our true or false Christmas quiz, read on!

If our Christmas true or false questions leave you feeling festive, why not try our Christmas history quiz or our fun Christmas music quiz next?

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This true or false Christmas quiz will get you in the Christmas spirit

Christmas True or False Questions

The US is the world's largest exporter of Christmas trees.

'Jingle Bells' was originally written to commemorate Thanksgiving.

Candy Canes were invented at the North Pole.

The opening lines to Band Aid's 'Do They Know It's Christmas' were sung by David Bowie.

Sinter Klass is the Dutch name for St. Nicholas, from whom the story of Santa Claus originates.

Christmas wreaths have religious significance.

In Poland, spiders and spider webs are used as Christmas decorations.

The Twelve Days of Christmas are the twelve days directly before Christmas Day.

Poinsettias are deadly.

Santa has his own postcode in Canada.

The Bible's Three Wise Men were not Kings.

Children in the Netherlands leave cookies and milk in exchange for gifts on December 26th, St Nicholas' Feast Day.

St Nicholas' coat was traditionally said to be green prior to Coca-Cola's Christmas advertising campaigns.

In Australia, crocodile meat is traditionally eaten on Christmas Day.

Mince pies historically contained real meat.

Eggnog isn't actually made from eggs.

The first Christmas song broadcast from space was Silent Night.

Reindeer lose their antlers every year.

Shakespeare never mentions Christmas in any of his plays.

The name 'Boxing Day' stems from a history of post-holiday fights.


Plan your own quiz night

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If you’re looking for some recommendations, these are a few of our favorite quiz books to buy. We use these when planning fun trivia nights with family and friends!

  1. Ultimate Quiz Night
  2. Quiz Master
  3. The Big Pub Quiz

Did you have a jolly good time with our true or false Christmas quiz? There were a few tricky ones mixed in there, so don’t worry if you failed on a few – you’ll remember for next time!

If you had fun with today’s quiz and fancy another challenge, you’re in the right place. We’ve got lots more fun Christmas quizzes that will keep you in the festive spirit!

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