It was a beautiful Roman Bath complex located in the centrum along the Curetes Street, Ephesus. It was restored by a rich Christian woman named Scholastica after the earthquake in the 4th Century. There is a statue of Scholastica in the bath. Every room of the bath can be seen.
This Bath had four sections. The first section was called Apotheterium which was the dressing room. The second section was called Frigidarium which was the cold water bath. The third room was the Tepidarium which was the section of lukewarm water. The last section was named Caldarium which was the hot section of the bath complex. In the Tepidarium there were a basement and bronze statues of Donaters on the basements. The Scholastica Bath is in the center of Ephesus facing the Terrace Houses.