Welcome to our St. Patrick’s Day trivia challenge! This is an exciting game to test your knowledge of this centuries-old tradition. St. Patrick’s Day began as a Catholic holiday to commemorate the death of the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, in 461 A.D. Since then, the spirit of the day has grown to become a celebration of Irish culture around the world. Learn about the facts and figures surrounding St. Patrick’s Day, from the traditions associated with it, to the history behind it. See how much you know about this beloved holiday and find out who’s the luckiest trivia master of them all!
1) What animal has long been a symbol of St. Patrick's Day?
2) What color is associated with St. Patrick's Day?
3) What color is the shamrock traditionally?
4) What is the patron saint of Ireland?
5) Where did St. Patrick serve as a missionary?
6) What is the first name of the Irish Leprechaun?
7) What vegetable is used to dye the Chicago River for St. Patrick's Day?
8) What is a common Irish dish served on St. Patrick's Day?
9) What beverage is traditionally associated with St. Patrick's Day?
10) What is the national flower of Ireland?
11) What holiday is held on March 17th?
12) What is the traditional color of St. Patrick?
13) What religious order was St. Patrick a member of?
14) What country is St. Patrick's Day officially celebrated in?
15) How many leaves are typically on a shamrock?
16) What type of hat is typically worn by St. Patrick in pictures?
17) What type of musical instrument is traditionally played on St. Patrick's Day?
18) What type of drink is associated with Irish coffee?
19) What animal is not traditionally associated with St. Patrick's Day?
20) What vegetable is part of the traditional Irish flag?
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