The museum visiting system consists in completing a group of a dozen or so people, who together with a competent guide telling in detail about the history and treasures of the museum, they traverse the individual representative rooms. There is no question of individual escapades to the museum. However, it is worth the wait, until you get the full set, because the harvest is impressive. You can watch here, among others: the oldest rector's scepter in the world, collection of globes, including the globe with 1510 r., which for the first time marked the discovered America, valuable library collections, astronomical instruments and other unique exhibits. University interiors are a value in themselves, exhibiting collections. The tour starts in the L-shaped hall, with a stellar vault, called "Libraria" or the Obiedziński room. The Jagiellonian Library was born there. Solemn meetings of the university Senate are held here. Next to it, there is a square Common Room, or "Stuba Communis", where professors used to confer and eat their meals. It is worth paying attention to the bay window, which on the other side stands so picturesquely over ul. Jagiellońska, on the Gdańsk winding stairs imported from Krzeszowice and on the 17th-century tiled stove pressed into the corner of the room. Behind the next two rooms, acting as a treasury, there is an impressive number of professor's portraits located in an elongated hall known as from the 18th century. Aula Jagiellońska. Solemn meetings of the university Senate were held and still are here, awarding the highest academic degrees and meetings with outstanding scientists. There is an inscription between the wooden coffered ceiling and the Renaissance portal: More reason than force (reason is more important than strength).