Arykanda Gymnasium is an ancient archaeological site located in the Antalya Province of Turkey. It is believed to have been built in the 2nd century BC, and was used as a school until the 5th century AD. The site consists of a large courtyard surrounded by a portico, and several other structures including a library, lecture hall, and classrooms. The building was constructed of limestone blocks and decorated with marble and mosaics. The site also includes several baths, a theatre, and a stadium. Excavations at the site have revealed numerous artifacts, including coins, pottery, and statues. The site is now a popular tourist attraction, and is open to visitors year-round.