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Memory Den
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Map MarkerNone (nearest: Goodneighbor)
Part ofGoodneighbor
QuestsDangerous Minds
Memory Interrupted
The Silver Shroud
The Memory Den
Cell NameGoodneighborTheMemoryDen (interior)
ref id00022884 (interior)
TerminalsIrma's Terminal

The Memory Den is a building in Goodneighbor.


Chems are common in Goodneighbor, but the Memory Den deals a different (and arguable, the best) high: the experience of living one's best memories again.[1] Basing on Doctor Amari's scientific acumen and Irma's business sense, the Den caters to a select kind of clientele that can not only front the caps necessary for perusing the Den's services, but can also cope with the trauma of reliving the past. Irma prefers not to deal with potential problems if she can avoid them wholesale.


Renovated from a burlesque club, the Memory Den's main area is lined with chaise lounges and memory loungers. Kent Connolly's personal room is in the western part of this area, and a main stage where Irma lounges around, and Amari typically is tapping away at her terminal. Behind the main stage is what used to be a dressing and makeup room, which leads down into the basement, which contains two memory loungers and several switchboards. A staircase adjacent to the main stage leads up to the attic, containing Irma and Amari's living quarters.


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Behind the scenes

The Memory Den's façade and marquee are modeled after those of Scollay Square Olympia Theatre, opened in 1913. Like the majority of Scollay Square it was demolished in the 1960s.


The Memory Den appears only in Fallout 4.


  1. Fallout 4 loading screen hints: "While chems are plentiful in Goodneighbor, there are those who claim the Memory Den offers the best high possible - the experience of reliving the past..."