The stairs are leading to the so called Macloch. There is an exhibition showing the architectural curiosities of the tenement and its history from the 14th century to the present, with sketches showing the changes in the appearance of the building during various historical periods drawn by Sister Mary Colette Michniewicz from Canada as well as memorabilia related to the founder of the building ? Pelagia Russanowska, among others: a copy of the testament giving the building to the Felician Sisters for the purpose of the institution for the poor children and letters inviting the Sisters to work in Cracow.
On the map of Krakow you can find the location of the first shelter organized by the Felician Sisters in the city, the building of the Museum and Archives, and the main convent and church of the Felician Sisters at 6 Smolensk Street, where the relics of Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska are found.
On the panels you can also see photographs of the openings made during the extensive renovation of the building in 1995.