Everybody loves Disney! From the theme parks to the movies, Disney magic has captured our hearts. But, how much do you really know about all things Disney? These 50 trivia questions will put your knowledge of Mickey and much more to the test! Use these questions to quiz yourself or your Disney-loving friends and find out who wins the trivia crown!
Q: What were Mickey Mouse’s first words in a film?
A: His first words were, “Hot dog, hot dog,” in the film The Karnival Kid released in 1929.
Q: How many Oscars has Disney Pictures received?
A: Disney holds the record for most individual Oscar wins at 22 and most nominations at 59.
Q: Who did the voice for Mickey Mouse from 1928-1947?
A: Walt Disney himself!
Q: Who drew the first Mickey Mouse images and cartoons?
A: While many think Walt Disney was the original artist, it was actually his best friend, Ub Iwerks, who is responsible for designing the iconic cartoon in 1928.
Q: Who was Walt Disney’s favorite character?
Q: Before starting the Walt Disney Company, what did he almost do for a living?
A: He was going to sell vacuum cleaners
Q: Who was Walt Disney’s favorite princess?
Q: Where did Walt Disney come up with the idea of Disneyland?
A: Walt Disney was inspired while sitting on a bench watching his daughters ride on the Griffith Park merry-go-round in Los Angeles. He imagined a place where kids and adults could have fun together. You can still visit the exact same carousel, which is open on weekends year-round.
Q: When is Mickey Mouse’s birthday?
A: November 18th
Q: Who is the youngest princess?
A: Snow White at 16 years old
Q: Which Disney princess isn’t royalty?
Q: What Disney princess sings the song, “Colors of the Wind”?
Q: Which Disney movie was the highest-grossing film of 1961 and features a puppy-obsessed villain?
A: 101 Dalmatians
Q: Which Disney character was inspired by a Greek mythological hero?
Q: Which princess is cursed by the evil witch, Maleficent?
A: Princess Aurora, aka Sleeping Beauty
Q: What are the names of Cinderella’s stepsisters?
A: Anastasia and Drizella
Q: Which movie character featured the voice of comedian Robin Williams?
A: Genie from Aladdin
Q: Which Disney movie was the most expensive animated feature of all time?
A: Tangled, featuring Rapunzel
Q: What Is the name of the toy store in Toy Story 2?
A: Al’s Toy Barn
Q: How many brothers does Prince Hans of the Southern Isles have in Frozen?
Q: How many fingers does Mickey Mouse have?
A: Four (three fingers and a thumb)
Q: Who is the fashion designer in The Incredibles?
A: Edna Mode
Q: How long was the Genie stuck in the lamp before Aladdin found him?
A: 10,000 years
Q: What are the names of the 7 dwarfs?
A: Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, and Dopey
Q: What is the name of Andy’s neighbor in Toy Story?
Q: What is the name of Goofy’s son?
A: Maximilian Goof (Max for short)
Q: Which ride is at every park?
A: Dumbo the Flying Elephant, which first opened in 1955, is the only attraction at every park.
Q: Which theme park opened first?
A: Disneyland, which opened in 1955, was the first park. Disney World opened in 1971, five years after Walt Disney’s death.
Q: What is the most popular food at Disney parks?
A: The Mickey-shaped ice cream bar is the #1 food item served.
Q: How many theme parks are at Disney World?
A: There are 4 theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Epcot.
Q: What is the fastest ride at Disney World?
A: The Rock ‘n Roller Coaster takes guests from 0 to almost 60 miles per hour in under 3 seconds.
Q: How many hotel rooms are there at Walt Disney World?
A: You have your choice of over 30,000 hotel rooms in 40 themed hotels near the Florida theme park.
Q: How tall is the Magic Kingdom Christmas tree?
A: The Magic Kingdom Christmas tree is 65 feet tall!
Q: How many Christmas trees are there at Disney World during the holidays?
A: 1,300 Christmas trees are decorated at the theme parks and hotels at Walt Disney Resort each year.
Q: What is the name of the secret tunnel system underneath Disney World’s Magic Kingdom?
A: The Utilidors — once thought to be an urban legend — is true! In fact, the rides and park are considered the second floor to Disney employees, who navigate underneath the park using an interconnected series of tunnels.
Q: What are the two abandoned Disney Parks?
A: River Country and Discovery Island were closed and abandoned.
Q: What sweet item is not sold in any Disney Park?
Q: What does EPCOT stand for?
A: Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow
Q: What is the name of the island in the middle of Magic Kingdom?
A: Tom Sawyer’s Island
Q: What is the largest theme park at Disney World?
A: Disney’s Animal Kingdom at 500 acres
Q: What is the smallest theme park at Disney World?
A: Magic Kingdom
Q: How much was admission for Disney World on opening day in 1971?
A: $3.50 for an adult
Q: What is the tallest attraction at Disney World?
A: Expedition Everest at 199 feet
Q: What is the maximum score you can get on the Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin?
Q: What were the original attractions in the Magic Kingdom on opening day?
A: There were 23 total attractions including the Haunted Mansion, It’s a Small World, Dumbo the Flying Elephant and Country Bear Jamboree. They are all still operating today.
Q: How many ghosts live in the Haunted Mansion?
A: There are 999 ghosts.
Q: Which character flies above the Magic Kingdom every night?
A: Tinker Bell! She’s part of the Happily Ever After fireworks show and sprinkles her pixie dust all over the attendees every night.
How many did you get right? We hope these Disney trivia questions put your knowledge to the test. Keep this list handy for next time you want to see who is the real Disney fan.
Erica Jabali is a freelance writer and blogs over at ispyfabulous.com