The Museum of University History
Students and adults (especially former graduates of the Cluj University) will discover, depending on the field they have studied, heritage objects and interesting documents: original photos illustrating the visits of Romania's royal family at the Cluj University, the first samples of Doctor Honoris Causa diplomas handed by the Romanian University of Cluj, the Hilger type spectrograph used by Prof. Augustin Maior, specialist in optics and the inventor of multiple telephony, drawings and objects belonging to the geographist Emmanuel de Martonne, one of the founders of the Cluj Geography School.
The Zoological Museum
The Zoological Museum of the Babeş-Bolyai University, although organized in a didactic manner, is accessible to the general public of all ages. Free guided tours on various themes and for different age groups, are available in both Romanian and Hungarian.
The Vivarium allows visitors to observe different species in their natural habitat. Also, under controlled circumstances, and when the situation allows, there is the possibility of interacting with the animals and to observe different types of behavior (feeding, reproduction, defense), in the presence of the staff.