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Last Updated: July 22, 2021

Washington State Trivia

Atop Mount Rainier

Atop Mount Rainier


  1. Name the first highest volcanoes in Washington.
  2. Washington is home of the world’s largest building. Where is it and what is it for?
  3. Washington is home to the westernmost point in the lower 48 states. What is it called?
  4. King County, where Seattle resides was originally named for whom?
  5. In 1986, King County was redesignated to be named after whom?
  6. Washington is home to the world’s largest floating bridge. What body of water does it lay on?
  7. The Twilight series of books took place in which Washington municipality?
  8. Which two rivers form part of the state boundaries of Washington?
  9. The largest electrical power plant in the United States is in Washington. What is the name of it?
  10. An Officer and a Gentleman was shot at which Washington naval base?
  11. What line of latitude forms the land border between Washington and Canada?
  12. Which is further north, Bellingham Washington or Victoria, British Columbia?
  13. Which are Washington’s five largest cities, in order?
  14. What part of Washington is an exclave, requiring travel to Canada to reach?
  15. The television show Northern Exposure was filmed where?
  16. What Washington volcano erupted in 1980?
  17. How many people were killed in the eruption?
  18. Microsoft is headquartered where in Washington?
  19. What is the most contaminated nuclear waste site in the US?
  20. Where is the original Starbucks?
University of Washington library

Spinning a book at the University of Washington library.

University of Washington library

Communist book store, Seattle


  1. Mount Ranier, Mount Adams, Mount Baker, Mount St. Helens, and Glacier Peak.
  2. Everett – The Boeing Factory.
  3. Cape Flattery.
  4. William R. King, vice president under Franklin Pierce.
  5. Martin Luther King jr. The namesake was changed in large part because William King was a slaveowner.
  6. Lake Washington.
  7. Forks.
  8. Columbia and Snake.
  9. Grand Coulee dam.
  10. Fort Worden in Port Townsend.
  11. 49th.
  12. Bellingham.
  13. Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, and Bellevue.
  14. Point Roberts.
  15. Rosyln, WA.
  16. Mount Saint Helens?
  17. 57
  18. Redmond.
  19. Hanover Nuclear Reservation.
  20. Pike Street market in Seattle, at 1912 Pike Street.
Pike Street Market, Seattle

Pike Street Market, Seattle.

University of Washington 50-yard line

University of Washington 50-yard line.

Seattle Seahawks stadium

Seattle Seahawks stadium.

Pike Street Market

Chewing gum wall at Pike Street Market.

Mount Adams

Atop Mount Adams.

Mount Baker

Atop Mount Baker. I sadly recently lost that green jacket.

Roslyn Cafe

Does this look familiar?

Northern Exposure

Did I ever mention I’m a HUGE Northern Exposure fan!