The historic town hall is located in the Old Town. From the Market Square You should go along Wojska Polskiego or along Katedralna Street northwards toward Zamkowa Street. The town hall is adjacent to the historic post office and mail the A. Kaube Regional Museum.
The town hall was built between 1880 and 1881. It is a neo-Gothic red brick building. It has a square tower with a clock and the coat of arms of the town. The town hall was built on the site of the former ducal castle and the later Cistercian convent. Currently, the town hall is the seat of the Municipal Office.
Wolin was largely destroyed during World War II. Most of the documents, which would otherwise enable scientists to re-enact the history of historic buildings, were destroyed then. Therefore, we do not have more information about the historic town hall.