The camp was founded on the 2nd of September 1939 and was working for the next 2077 days. It was liberated on the 9th of May 1945. During that time 110 thousand inmates were held inside. 65 thousand never came out.
Today's exhibition presents former barracks for inmates, a commander's building, a gas chamber, and a crematorium. It tells a story about camp life, German war machine, the situation in the Pomerania region during the war, the liberation of the camp.
- 1,5 h tour in Museum
- 20 minutes movie in museum cinema
- transportation from Gdańsk to museum and back (price depends on the size of a group)