Celebrate Presidents’ Day With Trivia Games At PCHgames!
This Presidents’ Day, there are lots of ways you can show your patriotism! Perhaps you can use the three-day weekend to visit the Washington Monument in person. Why not reread the Gettysburg address in honor of Abraham Lincoln? Maybe it’s a good opportunity to let Old Glory fly!
Here at PCHgames, one way we’re celebrating Presidents’ Day is by honoring our Gamers with a bonus 2,300 Tokens just for logging in! That’s right! Choose any game: Arcade Games, Casino Games, Instant Win Games, Sports Games and Strategy Games! Or maybe most fitting for this day would be the Trivia Games!
Can you think of a more fun way to commemorate Presidents’ Day than with a little trivial pursuit of happiness? Our trivia games —Pyramid Trivia, Prize Patrol and Trivia Rush — have great categories of which to test your knowledge in a race against the clock!
Pyramid Trivia lets you test your smarts by starting at the base of the pyramid and working your way to the top. But climb quickly – the faster you answer, the more points you win!
Prize Patrol Trivia invites you to travel the board, spin the wheel, and collect prize patrol points. The goal is to correctly answer the questions so you can win as many prize patrol points as possible and help the PCH Van reach your home. But be careful! Answer questions wrong and you will lose points.
In Trivia Rush, the faster you answer, the more time you get. But answer carefully, because wrong answers will subtract time from your clock! Answer as many questions as you can before time runs out!
The Trivia Games at PCHgames are a great way to test your expertise in History, Sports, World, Entertainment and Science and Technology. Maybe you can even uncover some new information about our former presidents. Speaking of Presidential Trivia, here are some Presidential Fun Facts:
- At age 69, Ronald Reagan was the oldest president inaugurated; John F. Kennedy was the youngest at 43.
- Abraham Lincoln was the tallest president at 6′ 4″ and President James Madison was the least tall at 5′ 4″.
- Andrew Jackson was the first president to ride a railroad train.
- Harry S. Truman played piano every morning.
- Thomas Jefferson was the first president to be inaugurated in Washington, D.C.
Curious to find out how much YOU know? Why not take a shot at one of our fun & free trivia games at PCHgames?
P.S. Who was your favorite president in American history? Tell us in the comments section.