A collection of special St. Patrick's Day riddles, perfect for Ireland and leprechauns. Irish folklore has never been so fun.
Where are you guaranteed to find gold on St. Patrick's Day?See answer
What can be seen in the middle of March and April that cannot be seen at the beginning or end of either month?See answer
What do you get when you cross a four-leaf clover with poison ivy?See answer
Why do people wear shamrocks on St. Patrick's Day?See answer
Four leaves I have. What am I?See answer
What is an acceptable act of violence during saint Patrick's day?See answer
These are believed to be found at the end of rainbows.See answer
I have every color, but no gold. What am I?See answer
A green jacket covers my arms.
Don’t ever steal my Lucky Charms.
Who am I?
I am beautiful, up in the sky.
I am magical, yet I cannot fly.
To people I bring luck, to some people, riches.
The boy at my end does whatever he wishes.
What am I?
Why should you never iron a 4-leaf clover?See answer
The most fabulous way to locate pots of gold.See answer
Each of these ends in a kettle full of precious metal and the double variety is quite awesome.See answer
How many gold coins can a leprechaun throw in an empty pot?See answer
Yellow and blue combined you’ll see; if you don’t want a pinch, be sure to wear me! What am I?See answer
Where can you always find “gold,” but there’s no gold at all?See answer
Why is the largest city in Ireland likely to be the largest city in the world?See answer
Which five-letter Irish name can be spelled with just two?See answer
What do you call a fake Irish stone?See answer
What kind of spells do leprechauns use?See answer
When is an Irish potato not an Irish potato?See answer
Download a printable version of these riddles.St. Patrick's Day Riddles.pdf