The granary is located within the Old Town. The building is situated on the Ina River, on 8 Nadrzeczna Street.
The granary was built in the 18th century. It is a building with a framework structure, which used to serve as cereal storehouse. At present, it is the only preserved port granary in Goleniów. It was built on the foundations of a granary from the 16th century. The building is a symbol of the history of the town, because until the 19th century Goleniów was famous for the developed trade in the port. The situation changed due to difficult conditions of navigation on the Ina River and within the Szczecin Lagoon and because of the development of railway transportation. The port lost its significance conclusively when the railway connection with Szczecin, Kołobrzeg, and Kamień Pomorski was opened. Currently, the granary is not used; it serves as the commemoration of the past glory of the port in Goleniów.