Art of Memory

2,500 years ago, a Greek poet named Simonides invented powerful memory techniques that are being rediscovered today. We'll walk you through learning the methods step-by-step.

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What is the Art Of Memory?

Learn how to memorize anything.

Mnemonic symbol

Mnemotechnics Forum

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Simonides of Ceos meets Castor and Pollux

Memory Encyclopedia

Our memory techniques wiki has over 250 pages of free information on how to use memory techniques, including memory palaces and more.

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Memory Palaces

Made famous by the TV show, Sherlock, and in the book Moonwalking with Einstein, "mind palaces" or memory palaces allow one to memorize and recall vast amounts of information. We'll teach you how to use memory palaces to remember numbers, facts, history timelines, presidents, shopping lists, and much more.

The Parthenon as a memory palace

Giordano Bruno, mnemonist

Names & Faces

Do you wish you could remember names more easily? We'll show you how.


Schoolwork, Trivia, Poetry, and More

You can use these memory techniques to remember schoolwork, trivia, shuffled decks of cards, speeches, compete in memory competitions, and much more.

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Memory palace for historical dates from 1846