Side Museum; Manavgat district, Side District, Side Antique City, M.S. Dated to the 2nd century and M.S. It is located in an ancient bath building (Agora Bath), which has survived until today with additions and changes in the 5th - 6th centuries. The bath was restored between 1959 and 1961 by the Master Architect Ragıp - Selma DEVREZ by covering three parts of it and was opened as a museum in 1962. Halls 2 (Sudatorium), 3 (Caldarium) and 4 (Tepidarium) of the bath, which were covered with restoration, are closed; Halls 1 (Frigidarium) and 5 (Tepidarium) and the courtyard sections are arranged as open exhibition areas. In the garden of the museum, which was once a part of the gymnasium, there are tomb inscriptions, inscriptions from the Seljuk Period, friezes from the Roman Period, sarcophagi, column bases and columns, mosaic pieces, busts and sculptures. If you go through the museum entrance and turn right before entering the garden, you will reach the exhibition halls. Here, first of all, an open-top hall with weapon reliefs and a basalt column head belonging to the Late Hittite Period in the middle and a very beautiful pool are encountered. It is estimated that the niches of the pool were once decorated by statues of emperors and gods. There is also a Roman sundial in the middle of the pool. Glass works, coins, oil lamps, statuettes, jewelery, ornaments, sarcophagi and sculptures are exhibited in the covered halls of the museum. M.S. The Three Beauties Sculpture, symbolizing the beauty, elegance and fertility of the 2nd century, is one of the most precious works of the Side Museum. Three beauties identified with Hera, Aphrodite and Athena dazzle with their grace and power in the museum hall.