Opening times are Thursday to Sundays 10.30 to 16.30 with last entry at 15.45 until end of October.
The museum has been refreshed with many new artefacts, video interpretation and storyboards and one of the Nissen huts will recreate camp life for POWs and British military personnel. There are new interpretive materials including a film telling the story of the murder of Feldwebel Rosterg. New items on display include the recreation of a wooden lathe that was made by PoWs between their bunkbeds. Thanks to Jim Thomson of Jim Thomson’s Woodland Crafts for making this.
Although there is no charge for entry to the museum we do ask that you make a donation and suggest £5 per adult. All monies raised will go towards developing the Camp museum.