Located in the middle of the famous Curetes Street Ephesus, where the most important attractions of Ephesus city are located, the large bathhouse of Scholastica was built at the beginning of the second century. However, it was restored by Scholastica, a Christian woman in the fifth century after Christ, and these baths were named Scholastica Baths to pay respect to Scholastica.
Since the Scholastica Baths underwent a major restoration, they needed a lot of raw material. Materials such as marble came from the Prytaneion, which was the pagan center during the Roman era of Ephesus but the very same building was not used by Christian Ephesians anymore. The large bath consists of 4 (apodyterium, calidarium, frigidarium, and massage rooms) parts.