Customs clearance, passport check and forwarding clearance services are available in the Terminal. Other facilities at the Terminal include a hotel, a post-office, restaurants and domestic land carrier services.
The former town hall houses the Museum of Deep Sea Fishing. Exhibits include the history of sea fishing, sea animals, the town and its region, and old navigation equipment.
The Angel's Fort, built from 1845-1858, is a replica of Hadrian's Mausoleum (Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome).
Concerts and art exhibitions are held at the Western Fort. Built between 1843-1863, it has been modernized a few times in the past. From after World War II until 1962 it was a headquarters of the Red Army.
The 18th Christ the King Church in the centre of the town was erected on the site of a Gothic temple. A wooden ship replica is in the main nave. Organ concerts are presented during the summer.
The neo-Gothic church of the Holy Mother "Stella Maris" has stained glass windows of great artistic value. It was erected at the end of 19th century.
The "well" is a preserved tower of a Protestant church damaged during World War II and demolished afterwards.
A shelter built in 1942 has the exposition "The town yesterday and now", presenting pictures of the town's history and other exhibits.
The stawa Młyny is a navigation beacon built in the form of a windmill on the 19th century breakwater.
The lighthouse, built in 1858, is at 68 m one of the highest beacons on the Baltic sea.
The Eastern Fort, or Gerhard's Fort, is one of three preserved forts from the 19th century. An exhibition inside the building presents the history of the town's forts, as well as objects found there.
The district of Karsibór contains an Evangelical cemetery established in the first half of 19th century.
The Gothic church from the 15th century contains an altar from the 15th century and a pulpit from the 17th century.
A monument honours the memory of Royal Air Force pilots shot down while raiding harbour targets in April 1945.
Karsiborska Kępa, an island near the town, contains a bird sanctuary with approximately 140 species.