37 March Trivia Questions and Answers 

If you’re looking for something to distract you from your Spring clean, why not play our super-fun March trivia?!

March is one of the prettiest months; as the days become longer, the sun shines brighter, and the flowers begin to bloom – Summer is almost here!

While you may be tempted to begin a big house clean or start some renovations in time for those lovely, long days ahead, we believe our March trivia is a great way to spend a little of your time today. 

Test yourself and your family all about the month of March and see who knows the most about the calendar’s third month. 

Related: September Trivia | October Trivia | November Trivia | December Trivia | January Trivia | February Trivia

General March Trivia Questions and Answers 

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How well do you think you know the month of March?

Sandwiched between Valentine’s Day and Easter, it can be a pretty overlooked month with little to add to most people’s calendars. 

However, the general knowledge round of our March trivia is one to reveal some truly interesting facts about the month. 

In our opening section, you will be able to get an idea of how much you know about March. 

Here we go! 

1: How many days are there in March?
2: As well as Pisces, what other star sign could you be if you were born in March?
3: Which US national park was founded in March 1872?
Yellowstone National Park.
4: On what date is St. Patrick's Day celebrated?
March 17.
5: March was called 'Hlyd Monath' by the Anglo-Saxons. What does this mean?
Stormy month.
6: Which sport has a tournament called March Madness?
7: On the first Thursday in March, children in the UK are given a voucher to spend on what?
8: In March 1991, whose murder was caught on camera that led to mass riots in LA?
Rodney King.
9: What does Philadelphia's qFLIX March festival highlight?
LGBTQ+ filmmakers.
10: What day is celebrated internationally on March 8?
International Women's Day.

March Around the World Trivia Questions and Answers

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As with any month, March is celebrated differently around the world with various festivals and special days. 

In America, we love (or loathe) spring break, but this is merely considered a short half-term elsewhere. 

In Ireland, there are parades, copious amounts of Guinness drank, and plenty of craic due to St. Patrick’s day, and in the UK, children get to go to school dressed as anything they want to be! 

In this part of our March trivia, we will take a little look at some of the strangest, greatest, and most monumental days in March around the world. 

1: What day is always 47 days before Easter?
Pancake Day / Shrove Tuesday.
2: While many places worldwide have a St. Patrick's Day parade, where is the largest?
The New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade.
3: In some countries, what can children dress up as for school on March 3?
Their favorite book characters for World Book Day.
4: What fruit has its own harvest festival in March in Argentina?
5: What country celebrates the Narvik Winter Festival between 17 and 26 March?
6: What kicks off the 3-day Indonesian New Year celebration on March 3?
24-hours of silence.

Fun Facts about March Trivia Questions and Answers

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If you’re planning to meet up with friends and family this month, then you may want to learn a few facts to impress! 

Or, you could use this round of our March trivia to play along together and see who can guess (or, who knows) the following facts. 

While some may seem pretty obvious, a few require some thinking about. 

And then there’s those that may be complete guesswork

Good luck! 

1: Every year March and what other month finishes on the same day?
2: What was sent out for the first-ever time on March 21, 2006?
A Tweet.
3: Statistically, what is the month of March for US businesses?
The most unproductive month.
4: On March 20, 2020, what did California become the first state to do?
Issue a stay-at-home order due to Covid-19.
5: What do most nocturnal animals do in March?
Come out of hibernation.
6: In what year did MTV's first spring break program premiere?

Memorable March Moments Trivia Questions and Answers

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We’ve covered general knowledge, geography, and culture; now it’s time to test your history knowledge in this round of our March trivia. 

March is a month that’s had its fair share of monumental days in time, but how many of them do you know about?

From iconic movements to revolutionary changes, the weird and the whacky, to the fabulous and fantastic, let’s take a look at some of the most exciting moments to have happened during this month over the years. 

Some are well worth further readingespecially if you have an assignment due when school returns! 

1: On March 10, Alexander Graham Bell made the first-ever phone call. What year was this?
2: The Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution was passed by the US Senate on March 22. Was this in 1952, 1962, or 1972?
3: What virus hit American shores on March 11, 1918?
Spanish Influenza.
4: By whom were the Philippine Islands granted independence on March 24, 1924?
President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
5: The first issue of US government paper money occurred, on March 10, as $5, $10, and $20 bills began circulation. Name the year!
6: What did the British Parliament abolish on March 25, 1807?
The Slave Trade.
7: Which president was shot (not fatally) on March 30, 1981?
President Ronald Reagan.

Celebrity Birthdays in March Trivia Questions and Answers

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The final section of our March trivia celebrates the world of celebrity – providing they were born in March, of course! 

From singers and actors to poets and politicians, if they have a March birthday, then you may find them here. 

If the above categories of our March trivia were a little tricky, then hopefully, you will find this one a breeze – after all, it’s easier to avoid an educational book than a celebrity’s lifestyle in today’s world! 

While that may not be the greatest thing generally, in regards to the final round of our March trivia, it certainly isn’t the worst! 

Happy March Birthday to…

1: Which Office star was born on March 7, 1974?
Jenna Fischer.
2: Justin Bieber was born on March 1, 1994. What is the name of his wife?
Hailey Bieber Nee Baldwin.
3: Which legendary producer was born March 14, 1933
Quincy Jones.
4: What was the name of the hugely successful TV series fronted by March-born stunt-performer Johnny Knoxville?
5: Eva Longoria was born in Texas on March 15 of which year?
6: How many Golden Globes has March-born actor Bruce Willis received?
7: Jon Bon Jovi was born on March 2, of which year?
8: Name the March-born actress who recorded a cover of the Frank and Nancy Sinatra duet 'Somethin' Stupid' alongside Michael Bublé in 2013.
Reece Witherspoon.

More March Trivia Fun – Video 

How well did you do with our March trivia challenge? Ready to take on another? Here’s a selection that you may like:

Thank you for playing our March trivia today; we hope you’re leaving with a little more knowledge of the month than you had before you started. For a relatively dull month, there’s certainly a lot going on in March! 

See you again soon for another trivia challenge!

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