The museum is just to the south of the town of Zagen. It was very (embarrassing so) cheap to visit. The museum is not huge but there is plenty to look at including a model of the camp at the time of the escape.
As others have said there is an example of a hut with various items in it including examples of the air pump, stove, cart and rails they traveled on.
There was a guide who was explaining things to another couple. We met him by chance in the example hut. He told us, what we had not realised, and this is really important that the actual site of the camp is some 600 metres up the road towards Zagen and then turn right down a track for some 1000 metres.
There you will find a concrete track of the tunnel with the entrance and exit (with flower tributes at the time we went). In the surrounding woods you can see the very basic remains to some of the other huts. An example guard tower is by the track near to the tunnel exit.
Given the industrial site on the approach it seems a bit under rated by Poland but hopefully more visitors will boost funds to ensure this great and moving site is preserved. Go there!
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