The first of the nymphaions of the Perge is located on the foot of the hill of Acropolis, at the end point of the road extending from the south towards the north and dates back to 2nd century AD. Front side of it is richly decorated and has two floors, each housing three niches. The niche in the middle houses the statue of Caestus the god of river. The water was cascading inside a gutter under this statue to fill the pool of the nymphaion and from here it discharged into the canal on the main road.
The second monumental nymphaions of the Perge city is situated at the southern gate in Septimus Severus Forum. This nymphaion is dedicated to Artemis Pergaia ( Artemis of Perge city ) and the emperor Septimus Severus ( 193-211 AD ). It has 14 m wide large pool and two small semi circular pools in its front side.
Facade part of this monument is decorated with niches and columns and statues inside of these niches. Statues and pieces which were exccavated here are today exhibited in Antalya Archaeology Museum.