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Planning a virtual pub quiz with your friends and family? Stuck for quiz question ideas? We have put together 30 free quiz questions with a Hampshire theme for you to use to test your friends and family Hampshire knowledge.

Use the questions below in a Hampshire themed quiz round or within a geography or general knowledge quiz round. Or just test your own knowledge of Hampshire and see how many you get right. 


Questions (Stroll down for the answers):

  1. In which Hampshire village was Jane Austen born? 

  1. What year was the New Forest designated a National Park?

  1. Which Hampshire attraction is associated with the famous children’s character Peppa Pig?

  1. Which Hampshire city is the singer Craig David from? 

  1. What is the highest hill in Hampshire? 

  1. What is the name of the oldest tree in the New Forest National Park? 

  1. Which Hampshire city is home to Henry the VIII’s beloved ship the Mary Rose? 

  1. What is the name of the popular 100 mile walking/cycling route that starts in Winchester and finishes in Eastbourne? 

  1. Which water sport was invented on Hayling Island? 

  1. What world-famous gin in distilled in Hampshire?

  1. Which music festival takes place every summer in the city of Portsmouth and is famous for being next to the sea?

  1. What is the name of the Hampshire attraction where you would find the World of Top Gear?

  1. What is the name of the motor racing track in Hampshire that is known as England’s fastest race circuit? 

  1. How many New Forest ponies are roaming in the New Forest National Park - 1000, 5000 or 9000? 

  1. Which two Hampshire Rivers meet in Southampton? 

  1. Which Hampshire Village is home to the world's first naturalist Gilbert White? 

  1. What is the name of the estate in Romsey where Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip spent their honeymoon? 

  1. What was the name of the diver who famously saved Winchester Cathedral from collapsing? 

  1. The River Test in the Test Valley is famous for which species of fish? 

  1. Which Hampshire town is famous for watercress and each year holds the popular Watercress Festival? 

  1. Which Hampshire city is home to the only passenger hovercraft in Britain? 

  1. What protected animals live at Winchester City Mill?

  1. When was the Emirates Spinnaker Tower Built? 

  1. What is the name of the Hampshire hotel where the chef James Martin hosts cookery classes? 

  1. What year did Titanic sail from Southampton? 

  1. Which Hampshire city was Charles Dickins born in? 

  1. Which popular TV series was filmed at Highclere Castle? 

  1. Which famous naval admiral was shot on HMS Victory? 

  1. Which Hampshire village would you find Jane Austen’s House? 

  1. Which supermarket brand does the Leckford Estate in the Test Valley belong to? 
     


Answers:

  1. Steventon
  2. 2005
  3. Paultons Park
  4. Southampton
  5. Butser Hill
  6. Knight Oak. Also known as the 'Queen of the forest, the Kightwood Oak is over 500 years old.
  7. Portsmouth
  8. The South Downs Way
  9. Windsurfing
  10. Bombay Sapphire
  11. Victorious
  12. Beaulieu
  13. Thruxton Race Circuit
  14. There are approximately 5000 ponies roaming
  15. The River Itchen and The River Test
  16. Selbourne
  17. Broadlands
  18. William Walker
  19. Trout
  20. Alresford
  21. Portsmouth
  22. Otters
  23. 2001
  24. Chewton Glen
  25. 1912
  26. Portsmouth
  27. Downton Abbey
  28. Lord Admiral Nelson
  29. Chawton
  30. Waitrose
     


For more ways to enjoy Hampshire from the comfort of your home check out our Visit Hampshire virtually guide.

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