What plant is sometimes known as the 'Christmas flower'?
Where was baby Jesus born?
What is traditionally hidden inside a Christmas pudding?
Which country first started the tradition of putting up a Christmas tree?
Santa Claus, or Father Christmas as some call him, has been a big part of marketing for more than 100 years. Do you know what was one of the first companies that used Santa Claus in advertising?
Which country has been donating Trafalgar Square’s Christmas tree to London every year since 1947?
Eggnog is one of the festive drinks that belong in December. But do you know which country invented eggnog?
What is the name of the famous ballet that takes place at Christmas?
In which country is it a tradition to eat KFC for Christmas dinner?
Every year families and friends exchange Christmas cards during the weeks preceding Christmas Day. But do you know in which year the first commercially available Christmas card was sent?
Boxing Day falls on 26th December - it's a bank holiday in the United Kingdom. But do you know what is Boxing Day also known as?
What date do Russians celebrate Christmas?
Turkey is the centrepiece of the traditional British Christmas dinner. According to the spectacular BritishTurkey.co.uk, around 10 million turkeys are eaten in the UK every year at Christmas time. But it was not always like that - turkeys are a relatively new addition to the Christmas menu. Do you know which continent the turkey originate from?
Feliz Navidad is a beloved Christmas song - it unites people with its holiday cheer and bilingual lyrics - in Spanish and English. Do you know what ‘Feliz Navidad’ mean in English?
What was the first Christmas song broadcast from space?
What is the name of the tiny Pacific island that is the first to celebrate Christmas?
In which country are children visited by 13 Yule Lads instead of one Santa Claus?
Sending Christmas cards is a popular Christmas tradition for nearly two centuries. How many Christmas cars are sent in the UK every year?
How many different types of birds are mentioned in the popular ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ song?
In the past, Christmas was a season of festivities and celebrations, just as it is today. December 25 was a high point of this festive season, beginning the twelve days of Christmas. Do you know what King/Queen was crowned on Christmas Day in England?