Welcome to Boston trivia! Test your knowledge of the history and culture of America's oldest city with this fun and informative quiz. The city of Boston is known for its historical sites, rich culture, and world-renowned universities. From the Battle of Lexington and Concord to the Boston Tea Party, the city has played an important role in American history. From the Red Sox and Patriots to the cafes and galleries, there is no shortage of things to discover in this vibrant city. Find out how much you know about Boston by taking this quiz and brush up on your knowledge of the birthplace of America!
1) What is the oldest public park in Boston?
2) Who wrote the song "Dirty Water" which is the unofficial anthem to Boston?
3) What event is held on Patriot's Day every year in Boston?
4) How many presidents have hailed from Boston?
5) What is the highest point in Boston?
6) What kind of tree is the "The Great Tree" in Boston Common?
7) Who wrote the song "Sweet Caroline", which is a common sing-along at Boston Red Sox games?
8) What is the most populous neighborhood in Boston?
9) What body of water does Boston sit on?
10) What color are the City of Boston's official flag?
11) What is the first public school in the United States?
12) What department store has been a fixture of Downtown Boston since the 1800s?
13) What is the name for Boston's North End neighborhood?
14) What is the name of Boston's public transit system?
15) What battle kicked off the Revolutionary War?
16) What is the name of the main airport in Boston?
17) What is one of the most historic cemeteries in Boston?
18) What is the name of the giant orange Citgo sign in Kenmore Square?
19) What is the name of Boston's most recognizable sports team?
20) According to legend, what did Paul Revere shout when he rode through the streets of Boston warning that the British were coming?
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