New England Trivia Quiz

Think you're an expert on New England states? Test your knowledge with this fun trivia quiz!


1. Of the thirteen original colonies, which colony (and future state) was the first to declare its independence from Mother England, a full six months before the Declaration of Independence was signed?

Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Rhode Island

2. The two largest cities in New England are both located in Massachusetts; one is Boston, and the second is which of the following cities?

Springfield
Lowell
Worcester
Cambridge

3. Which New England state has the highest ratio of dairy cows to people of all the states in the US?

Vermont
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Rhode Island

4. The Bavarian-style hamlet of Merrimack, home to the famous eight-horse hitch and the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales, is located in which New England state?

Connecticut
Rhode Island
Maine
New Hampshire

5. Which New England state produces 99% of all the blueberries in the entire United States?

Maine
Vermont
New Hampshire
Rhode Island

6. In 1937, this state became the first to issue permanent license plates for cars:

Massachusetts
Connecticut
Rhode Island
New Hampshire

7. The White Horse Tavern, located in this New England state, was built in 1673 and is the oldest operating tavern in the United States:

Maine
Vermont
Rhode Island
Massachusetts

8. The Fig Newton was named after the town of Newton in which New England state?

Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
Rhode Island

9. Which New England state has the smallest state capital in the US?

Vermont
New Hampshire
Maine
Rhode Island

10. St. Mary's, founded in 1828 in this New England state, is the church best known as the site of the wedding of Jacqueline Bouvier to John Fitzgerald Kennedy in 1953:

Massachusetts
Connecticut
New Hampshire
Rhode Island