The bell tower in Paczyn reminds of the old church of Saint Martin, which stood close to it at the beginning of the 30s of the last century. It was then replaced by an imposing brick building. A moderately short bell tower is a post and beam construction, erected in the in the seventeenth century (the documents mention it in 1679). It is crowned with a typical belfry walled with wooden boards. The bell tower has a tent roof, protected by shingles.