The history of this lighthouse reaches back until the year 1871, at that time, the common light was raised on the pole of the pilots’ station. The nominal range of the light was rather humble and amounted to a mere six nautical miles. The current lighthouse was built in 1892, at the beginning of the eastern jetty, next to the mouth of the river Słupia. The Ustka lighthouse shows an unusual, architecturally interesting layout, made up of an octagonal tower and an adjoining, lower building for the guard. Numerous cornices, small roofs, and a dozen windows of various sizes give this lighthouse its charm. A concrete and metal staircase lead up to its top, and at its gallery, through glass panes, you can have a look at its lens system. For a short time after the war, the lighthouse was named Postomino, and only as of 1 January 1947, its name has been Ustka. Lore has it that the lighthouse is haunted by ghosts, please consult your guide about this! The lighthouse is open to the public.