Top 91 Best Riddler Riddles with Answers

Do you want to have a fun time with your kids this weekend? Are you looking for something that can make them use their brains and have fun simultaneously? How about a game of riddles?

Now, tell me, are your kids’ fans of DC superhero Batman?

If your answer is “yes,” then they will LOVE the Riddler riddles for sure! This green villain of the DC world has shared some really mind-boggling riddles that take a sharp mind to answer them.

This will enhance your kids’ thinking and decision-making process. Whenever your kids give a wrong answer, have a hearty laughing session. This will make your bond strong with your kids too.

When I was in school, we used to have a game of riddles with my siblings and parents every weekend. Now that I think of it, I want to have the same kind of fun with my daughter when she grows up.

Here, I have come up with a list of some exciting Riddler riddles that are going to make your time with your little ones an amazing, fun-filled, and hilarious one! And don’t worry, I have added the answers too.

So, are you up for a game of riddles?

Exciting Riddler Riddles With Answers

Exciting Riddler Riddles with Answers

Do you know what I find the most exciting thing about the green villain in DC Batman?

Well, it is his riddles that are silly yet difficult to crack at the same time. Have a look below!

Easy Riddler Riddles with Answers

Did I tell you how big of a fan I am of Batman?

He is one of my favorite superheroes! There is no comic of Batman that I have not read. And I have not missed any of his movies too.

Now, if you ask me which is my favorite movie in the Batman series, I would say that I liked the one with Riddles as the villain the most.

Throughout the movie, the Riddler comes up with tons of riddles that are exciting, suspenseful, and deadly at the same time. I love how his riddles bring a twist in the plot or reveal some secret, leaving both Batman and the audience baffled.

I have shared some exciting riddles by the Riddler. Let’s start with the easy ones and then move on to the tough ones. What say?

Q: We’re five little items of a different sort. You’ll find us on “a tennis court.” What are we?

A: We’re vowels!

Q: I sit in the corner while traveling around the world. What am I?

A: I’m a postage stamp!

Q: I am always around but unseen. I am often avoided but never outrun. I could find you at the end of the road or even the next corner. What am I?

A: Death.

Q: The more there is of me, the less you see. What am I?

A: I’m darkness!

Q: I like to dance, twist, and prance. I shake my tail as I sail away. I fly high up into the sky. What am I?

A: I’m a kite.

Q: What is always on its way but never arrives?

A: Tomorrow.

Q: When does a painter use a trigger instead of a brush?

A: When he’s a stick-up artist!

Q: I am an instrument whose music always comes from the heart. What am I?

A: An organ!

Q: I am first on earth and second in heaven and appear twice per week. What am I?

A: The letter “E”!

Q: What is at the beginning of eternity, at the end of time and space, at the beginning of every end, and at the end of every race?

A: The letter “E”.

Q: What gets harder to catch the faster you run?

A: Your breath!

Q: When is a person like a piece of wood?

A: When they’re a ruler!

Q: What is it that no one wants to have, but no one wants to lose, either?

A: A lawsuit.

Q: What has two hands, a round face, always runs, yet always stays in place, too?

A: A clock!

Q: What belongs to you, but others will use it?

A: Your name.

Q: I have keys but no locks. I have space but no room. You can enter but not go outside. What am I?

A: A keyboard.

Q: I am a five-letter word and a fruit. Take out my first letter, and I am a crime, take out my second letter too, and I am an animal. Take out only my first and last letters, and I become a kind of music. What am I?

A: A Grape.

Q: I can be long, short, grown, bought, painted, left bare, round, or square. What am I?

A: Fingernails.

Q: What has neither nails nor bones yet has four fingers and a thumb?

A: A glove!

Q: Which president wears the largest hat?

A: Whichever has the largest head!

Q: Which nationality of people is always in a hurry?

A: Rush-ians!

Q: I am unpredictable, but you still rely on me. My installments give you the experience of life for free. I offer no refunds, returns, or exchanges. What am I?

A: Time.

Q: I’m an English word. My first two letters signify male, and my first three signify female. My first four signify a great man, while my entire meaning signifies a great woman. What word am I?

A: Heroine!

Q: What weighs 6 ounces, sits on a tree, and is very dangerous?

A: A sparrow with a machine gun!

Q: When is a secret suddenly a rumor? When is a rumor suddenly a fact?

A: When the proper question finally gets asked!

Q: You can have me, but not hold me, gain me quickly, and lose me just as fast. Treat me with care, and I become great; when betrayed, I will break. What am I?

A: I’m trust.

Q: Why do the inmates call this prison “fiddler’s hotel?”

A: Because it’s such a vile-inn (violin).

Q: I never stop, control your life, but without me, you can’t go anywhere. What am I?

A: Time!

Q: What has four legs, smokes a pipe, but cannot walk, see, or talk?

A: A stove!

Q: Its inventor doesn’t want it, the man who bought it doesn’t need it, and the man who needs it doesn’t know they do. What is it?

A: It’s a coffin.

Q: When is the top of a mountain like a savings account?

A: When it peaks one’s interest!

Q: Why is corn hard to escape from?

A: Because a maze (get it, maize) is hard to escape from!

Q: I cannot be bought with money. I’m worthless to one but priceless to two. What am I?

A: Love.

Q: I have no hands but can knock on your door, and you must open it if I do. What am I?

A: Opportunity.

Q: There are three men in a boat with four cigarettes and no matches. How did they manage to smoke their cigarettes?

A: They tossed a cigarette overboard and made the boat a cigarette lighter.

Q: I have both a head and a tail but no legs. What am I?

A: A penny, of course.

Q: Why is an orange similar to a bell?

A: Because they both need to be peeled!

Q: Break me, and I won’t stop working. Touch me, and I may be snared. Nothing matters if you lose me. What am I?

A: A heart!

Q: How can one get into a locked cemetery at night?

A: With a skeleton key!

Q: What do you throw away yet keeps returning?

A: A boomerang.

Q: What occurs once in every minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?

A: The letter “M”!

Q: When is a prizefight like a beautiful lady?

A: When it’s a knock-out!

Q: I can run but not walk. Wherever I go, thought follows close behind. What am I?

A: A mouth!

Q: The more you take away from me, the larger I grow. What am I?

A: A hole!

Q: I am where yesterday comes after today, and tomorrow is in the middle. What am I?

A: A dictionary!

Q: Why is a musician’s bandstand like a baker’s oven?

A: Because that’s where he makes his bread!

Q: When is the time like the whistle of a train?

A: When it’s two-two.

Q: Hit me hard, and I’ll crack. But, you’ll never stop me from staring back! What am I?

A: A mirror!

Q: What won’t run for long without winding?

A: A river.

Tricky Riddler Riddles with Answers

Tricky Riddler Riddles with Answers

Now, let’s move on to the tricky riddles shared by the Riddler.

How good of a fan are your kids of DC Batman? How many times have they seen the movie series?

Well, it’s time to take a test!

The following Riddler riddles are tricky and need your kids to think as hard as possible!

So, let’s see how well your kids perform. What say?

Q: What do a woman in love and a welder have in common?

A: They both carry a torch!

Q: What has branches and leaves but no bark?

A: A library, of course!

Q: How many sides does a circle have?

A: Two – one inside and one outside!

Q: What goes up white and comes down yellow and white?

A: An egg, of course.

Q: I can be cracked, told, made, and played. What am I?

A: A joke!

Q: What do silk and grass have in common?

A: They’re both sold by the yard!

Q: I give the answer “yes,” but what I mean is “no.” What is the question?

A: Do you mind?

Q: If you know me, you’ll want to share me. If you share me, I’ll be gone. What am I?

A: A secret!

Q: What kind of men are always above board?

A: Chessmen.

Q: What travels on all fours in the morning, two legs at noon and three at twilight?

A: A man as he grows from a crawling baby into an adult, and finally into an elder with a walking stick!

Q: I can fill an entire room or one heart. Others may have me, but I can’t get shared. What am I?

A: Loneliness.

Q: I have billions of eyes, yet I live in darkness. I have millions of ears, yet only four lobes. I have no muscle, yet I rule two hemispheres. What am I?

A: A human brain

Q: What is Joan of Arc made of?

A: Maid of Orleans

Q: What kind of pins are used in soup?

A: Terrapins

Q: What is higher without a head than with it?

A: Pillow

Q: How do you divide seventeen apples among sixteen people?

A: Make applesauce

Q: When’s a donkey spelled with one letter? (Robin)

A: When it’s “U“.

“Whoever makes it tells it not. Whoever takes it, knows it not. And whoever knows it, wants it not.” Who am I?

A: Fake/ counterfeit money

Q: What room can no one enter?

A: A mushroom.

Q: Riddle me this, riddle me that, what is over the head and under the hat?

A: Hair

Q: Why was Flo Zigfield like a nearsighted man?

A: Because they both put on spectacles (Harold Lloyd)

Q: When does a Boy Wonder rhyme with a bubble?

A: When he’s DOUBLE – SPLIT into two halves – right down the MIDDLE!

Q: If you are justice, please do not lie. What is the price for your blind eye?”

A: bribe

Q: The less of them you have, the more one is worth?

A: A friend

Q: I can start a war or end one. I can give you the strength of heroes or leave you powerless. I might be snared with a glance, but no force can compel me to stay. What am I?

A: Love

Q: What does a liar do when he’s dead?

A: He lies still

Q: It can be cruel, poetic, or blind. But when it’s denied, it’s violence you may find.”

A: Justice

Q: Hope shines brightly in a city this dark. Find the source of the signal, and you’ll soon hit your mark.”

A: The bat signal

Q: If you look at the numbers on my face, you won’t find 13 anyplace.”

A: A clock

Q: Why is a quarrel like a bargain?

A: It takes two to make one

Q: What is black and white and red all over?

A: A newspaper

Q: What has yellow skin and writes?

A: A ballpoint banana

Q: Follow the maze until you find the rat. Bring him into the light, and you’ll find where I’m at.

A: Reveal who the police informant is to the public, and the Riddler will reveal where he’s been hiding.

Q: Since your justice is so select, please tell us which vermin you’re paid to protect?

A: The rat.

Q: I grew up from a seed, as tough as a weed. But in a mansion, in a slum, I’ll never know where I come from. Do you know what I am?

A: An orphan.

Q: See you in hell.

A: Arkham Asylum.

Q: What was new is new again. Rebirth. Restoration. Reformation.

A: Renewal.

Q: I am first fraud or a trick. Or perhaps a blend of the two. That’s up to your misinterpretation.

A: Confusion

Q: Fear he who hides behind one.

A: Mask.

Q: It’s not a joke, but sometimes you need to shout twice to really mean it.

A: Ha

Q: A wildcard in the truest sense

A: Joker

Q: Once you’ve been set up, it hits at the end. Straight up.

A: Punchline

Q. It is something that no man desires to have. However, no man would want to lose it either. What is it?

A. A lawsuit

Q. I feel your every move. I know your every thought. I am with you from birth and will see you when you rot. What am I?

A. Your reflection

Q. I point without a finger. I strike without arms. I run without feet. What am I?

A. A clock

Q. The greatest of my strengths is that I know my worth. I hug myself tightly at every birth. What am I?

A. A knot

Q. I’ll never be the same upon revealing myself.

A. Betrayal

Q. I consider myself as strong as a rock can be. Yet, a single word can leave me destroyed. Do you know who I am?

A. Silence

Q. I am as light as a feather. Yet, no man can hold me for long. Who am I?

A. One’s breath

Q. What is one that thing that is strong enough to make ships perish, yet it is afraid of the sun?

A. Ice

Q. Tear one off and scratch my head; What was once red is now black. What is it?

A. Match

Q. The eight of us go forth not back to protect our king from a foe’s attack. What are we?

A. A pawn (in a game of chess)

Q. A sleeping child can also be a crime. When?

A. During kid-napping

Q. It’s greater than a god; eviler than the devil; the poor have it; the rich don’t need it; you’ll die when you eat it. What’s that one thing?

A. Nothing

How to Host a Perfect Riddler Riddles Game Night?

How to Host a Perfect Riddler Riddles Game Night

Yes, your kids love finding answers to the Riddler riddles, and you can ask them riddles to solve them anytime. But how about making it unique by arranging a game night for your kids and loved ones? Don’t you think it’s a good idea?

So, here I am with some fantastic tips on how you can make your family riddles night a hit!

Read on.

Dress According to the Theme

Well, who doesn’t love dressing up, especially when the occasion is a family game night! Isn’t it?

Tell your family members they must dress up as their favorite Batman villain. After all, it’s a game night, and you ought to make it special.

Also, you can specify the color green, as the Riddler is a green villain, and ask everyone to dress up in that color.

Let your kids use their imagination and develop something of their own. It will be so much fun when they come wearing green costume matching with some green makeup.

And needless to say that your kids will have the best time getting ready with the costume of their favorite DC villain.

Don’t forget to give brownie points to the one who dresses up in the most unique green costume!

Arrange Exciting Prizes

No game is complete without prizes. And the game of riddles is no exception to it. What say?

Now, before I talk about the prizes, let me first tell you how to set up the whole thing.

So, the first thing you need to do is select the Riddler riddles you want to use in the game. I have already shared some riddles here. Once the selection is made, you need to print them all. Don’t forget to print the answer cards too.

Think and decide how you want the scoring system to be. How many points will one get if one gives the correct answer?

Then get ready with the scoreboard.

Now that you are done with the setup, let’s discuss the prizes.

The prizes you choose should also match the theme of your game night. As this is your Riddler riddles game night, pick something related to this green DC villain.

You can buy a miniature of the Riddler, his “question mark” logo, stickers, or anything that your kids would love to have.

Start the game when everyone comes dressed up in their favorite Batman character. Now ask them the riddle questions. One who gives the correct answer becomes the winner and wins the prizes.

Of course, as this is a family game and everyone tries their best to come up with the correct answers, you can give consolation prizes to all of them.

When someone gives wrong answers or says something silly during the game, laugh your heart out. After all, you are going to cherish these memories forever, right?

And did I tell you how strong of a bond you will create with your kids and your entire family with this fun game night?

Arrange Some Tasty Treats

Don’t you want to gorge on a tub of popcorn and a glass of cold drinks when you binge-watch Netflix?

The same goes for the game night with your family too!

Cook up some tasty treats with the Riddler riddles theme in mind. And your kids will LOVE it. You can trust me on this one.

Now don’t get stressed thinking about what you can cook. There are so many options. Make popcorn or other yummy treats; just use green food coloring. Also, if your kids like to eat fruits, choose the ones that are a green color.


Did your kids have a great time answering the Riddler riddles?

Let me know in the comments!

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