Automatic serial sectioning polarization sensitive optical coherence tomography (as-PSOCT) enables volumetric reconstruction of human brain samples with unprecedented resolution and volume coverage. Here we show the laminar structures and the optical properties in human cerebellar cortex using as-PSOCT. The cerebellum cortex was segmented based on the retardance images. The scattering coefficient maps were created, and the thickness maps were generated for the molecular and granular layers, respectively. The relationship between the optical property and the geometry was investigated. The optical property indicated a homogenous cell density despite great variations in the thickness due to the folding patterns in the cerebellum.