Visited as part of a family history searching holiday. My partners mother as a 5yr old somehow made it past this place without being captured, escaping from the Russian army in 1943. Very poigniant to have that connection. Entry was free.
As I have written before, I found earlier the better. Its quiet and allows a little deeper reflection on what happened here and the wider context of the time. Suitably low key and uncommercialised. The cinema is worth the small extra 3Zloty and the exhibits and information are very comprehensive.
Well worth a trip and can be combined with a stroll on the nearby beaches or a walk in teh forests. The neighboring town has good facilities (turn left at the main road). We followed this up with the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk.
The parking was a bit crazy. Getting there early, no problem. Getting out was (bit ironic perhaps... ). The parking ticket to leave assumes you pay and get away in say, 5 mins. Due to a tech problem, a queue backed up to leave and tickets were "timed out" causing more problems... Just make sure its all working correctly before buying the parking ticket or you may be timed out too.... (this added 45 mins to our visit)More