110 June Trivia Questions and Fun Facts With Answers (2024)

June trivia highlights the best questions about this vibrant month! Whether you’re soaking up the sun or enjoying a cool breeze, put your knowledge to the test with this exhilarating June trivia challenge.

Fun Fact: “June” is likely named after the Roman goddess of marriage, Juno.

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“June is the gateway to summer.”

— Jean hersey

June Symbols (Picture Quiz Round)

Can you name these iconic June symbols in this trivia picture round?

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Easy June Fun Facts Trivia

9. What month does June come after?

Answer: May (Related: May Trivia Questions and Answers)

10. What month does June come before?

Answer: July (Related: July Trivia Questions and Answers)

11. June 20, 21, or 22 is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and marks the beginning of summer. What is this called?

Answer: The summer solstice

12. What meteorological season is the month of June in the Northern Hemisphere?

Answer: Summer (See more Summer Trivia Questions)

13. What meteorological season is the month of June in the Southern Hemisphere?

Answer: Winter (See more Winter Trivia Questions)

14. Besides being the longest day of the year, what happens on the summer solstice?

Answer: The Earth’s tilt toward the Sun is at its maximum.

15. How many days does the month of June have?

Answer: 30 days

16. If you are born May 22-June 21, you are considered what zodiac sign?

Answer: Gemini

17. If you are born June 22-July 22, you are considered what zodiac sign?

Answer: Cancer

18. June is what month of the year in the modern calendar?

Answer: The 6th

19. The pearl is the only birthstone derived from what?

Answer: A living organism (They are formed inside a mollusk.)

20. True or False: Cultured pears are where a foreign particle has been introduced deliberately into the mollusk (causing a pearl to form).

Answer: True

21. How long does it take a pearl to form?

Answer: 6 months to 4 years depending on the size of the pearl.

22. True or False: Only about 1 in 10,000 wild oysters will yield a pearl.

Answer: True

23. True or False: Cultured pearls are worth more than wild pearls.

Answer: False

24. True or False: Pearls are made as a natural defense against an irritant, such as a parasite entering the shell of an oyster or mussel.

Answer: True

25. What is the birthstone color of June?

Answer: light purple

26. True or False: June is National Women’s Health Month.

Answer: False. June is National Men’s Health Month.

27. What Atlantic storm season starts in June and runs through November each year?

Answer: Hurricane season

28. What dangerous weather event occurs most frequently from late May into June (in the southern plains)?

Answer: Tornadoes

29. True or False: No other month in the year begins on the same day of the week as June.

Answer: True

30. What insect is named after June?

Answer: June bug or June beetle

31. True or False: June’s full moon is called the Apple Moon.

False: It is called the Strawberry Moon.

32. What renowned English tennis tournament runs through June?

Answer: Wimbledon

33. What holiday occurs in June that celebrates dads?

Answer: Father’s Day (See more Father’s Day Trivia Questions)

34. June 19th is also known as what in the United States?

Answer: Juneteenth (See more Juneteenth Trivia)

35. What does Juneteenth celebrate?

Answer: The end of slavery in the United States.

Best June Picture Trivia Round

Name the June national days pictured in this trivia round (Bonus points if you know the date).

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National Olive Day- June 1

National Go Barefoot Day – June 1st

National Rotisserie Chicken Day- May 2nd

National Hug Your Cat Day- June 4th

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National Cheese Day- June 4th

D-Day- June 6th

National Running Day – First Wednesday in June

World Caring Day – June 7th

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National Chocolate Ice Cream Day – June 7th

National Doughnut Day – First Friday in June

National Rose` Day – Second Saturday in June

National Best Friends Day- June 8th

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National Ice Tea Day- June 10th

National Corn on the Cob Day- June 11

National Red Rose Day- June 12th

National Weed Your Garden Day- June 13th

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National Movie Night- Second Friday in June (See Inspiring Family Movies)

National Flag Day- June 14th

National Smile Power Day- June 15

National Megalodon Day- June 15th

Juneteenth quiz; month of June meaning

Father’s Day- Third Sunday in June

National Eat Your Vegetables Day- June 17th

National Go Fishing Day- June 18th

Juneteenth- June 19th

summer trivia questions; easy

National Seashell Day- First Day of Summer

National Vanilla Milkshake Day- June 20th

National Smoothie Day– June 21

National Selfie Day- June 21


Summersgiving– Saturday after the Summer Solstice

National Hydration Day- June 23

National Sunglasses Day- June 27

National Ice Cream Cake Day- June 27


Midsummer Day– June 24

International LGBT Pride Day- June 28

June is Accordion Awareness Month

June is National Candy Month (Also see Candy Trivia)


Fun June Pop Culture Trivia

These pop culture events all took place in June.

72. On June 1, 2009, The Tonight Show with what new host premiered?

Answer: Conan O’Brien

73. In June of 1956, who introduced the new single, Hound Dog?

Answer: Elvis Presley

74. What reality competition series (where contestants live together in a house with constant surveillance) premiered in June of 2000?

Answer: “Big Brother”

75. In June of 1982, what movie was released that became the highest-grossing film of all time by 1983?

Answer: E.T. (See Kids Movie Trivia Questions)

76. In 1986, what movie featured a rare Ferrari 250 GT Spyder that appeared to be destroyed on screen?

Answer: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

77. In June of 2002, what show premiered on FOX which ended with the season winner Kelly Clarkson?

Answer: American Idol

78. On June 17, 1994, all major networks provided live coverage of what famous car chase?

Answer: O.J. Simpson in the White Bronco

79. Cheerios was invented in 1941. What were they originally called?

Answer: CheerieOats

80. What major Hollywood blockbuster opened in theaters in 1975?

Answer: Jaws

81. In 2009, what pop star died from a fatal combination of drugs given to him by his doctor?

Answer: Michael Jackson

82. June 28, 1997, Mike Tyson famously earned a disqualification in the third round of a heavyweight rematch by doing what?

Answer: Biting Evander Holyfield’s ear

June fun pop culture trivia

83. On June 29, 2007, what product did Apple release?

Answer: The iPhone

84. In 1936, what book by Margaret Mitchell was published?

Answer: Gone with the Wind

85. The #1 Hit on June 27, 1987, was what song by Whitney Houston?

Answer: I Wanna Dance With Somebody (See more Music Trivia Questions)

86. What famous Beatle was born on June 18, 1942?

Answer: Paul McCartney

87. What American actor whose birthday is June 21, 1979, is known for playing Andy Dwyer in addition to starring in many top-grossing films?

Answer: Chris Pratt (Related: Birthday Trivia Facts)

88. What famous actress and well-known model was born on June 1, 1926?

Answer: Marilyn Monroe

89. What ‘Queen Amidala” Star Wars Actress has a birthday on June 9, 1981?

Answer: Natalie Portman (See more Star Wars Trivia Questions)

90. The 41st President of the United States was born on June 12th. Who was the president?

Answer: Geroge H.W. Bush

91. What highly organized and competitive “Friends” cast member has a birthday on June 15?

Answer: Courtney Cox

92. What famous female tennis player was born on June 17, 1980?

Answer: Venus Williams (Related: Women’s Trivia)

93. What day is celebrated on June 5 to raise environmental awareness across the globe?

Answer: World Environment Day

94. What movie was released on June 16, 1978, and starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John?

Answer: Grease

June History Facts Trivia

These historical events all happened in the month of June. Can you guess the June trivia questions correctly?

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95. In June of 1777, what army was established? It marked the birth of the United States Army.

Answer: The Continental Army (See U.S.A. Trivia)

96. On June 1, 1974, what important maneuver was published in the journal Emergency Medicine?

Answer: The Heimlich manuever

97. What London theater where most of Shakespeare’s plays debuted, burned down in June of 1613?

Answer: The Globe Theatre

98. On June 2, 1953, what queen had her coronation in the United Kingdom?

Answer: Queen Elizabeth II

99. On June 4, 1919, US Congress approved what amendment to the US Constitution? It guaranteed voting for women.

Answer: The 19th Amendment

100. On June 5, 1968, who was shot and killed at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles?

Answer: Robert F. Kennedy

101. On June 6, 1944, allied powers crossed the English Channel and landed on the beaches of what place?

Answer: Normandy, France

102. On June 11, 1962, Frank Morris, John Anglin, and Clarence Anglin allegedly escaped from what famous prison?

Answer: Alcatraz

103. Who said these famous words in 1987? “Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.”

Answer: Ronald Reagan referring to the Berlin Wall

104. Why is June 14 officially ‘Flag’Day’ in the United States?

Answer: The Stars and Stripes were adopted by Congress as the flag of the United States.

105. On June 19, 1910, the first of what celebration happened in Spokane, Washington?

Answer: Father’s Day

106. In 1997, US Air Force officials released a 231-page report dismissing all of the claims of what?

Answer: An alien spacecraft crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947

107. In June of 1985, what was officially removed from the United States Highway System?

Answer: US Route 66

108. On June 28, 1969, what happened in New York City, marking the start of the Gay Rights Movement?

Answer: The Stonewall Riots

109. In 1844, what famous Mormon and his brother were murdered by a mob?

Answer: Joseph Smith

110. In June of 1752, who is credited with the invention of the lightning rod?

Answer: Benjamin Franklin

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“In early June the world of leaf and blade and flowers explodes, and every sunset is different.”

– John steinbeck

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