From the original house comes the 9-axis central part, which was probably built in the 18th century. In the 19th century, the house underwent considerable reconstruction and expansion. On the one hand, the two-story hall was built in the typical Tudor style of the time, and on the other hand, the one-story south wing was also built in Tudor Gothic. Everything is crowned by the mighty, crenellated tower. In contrast to the white house, the upper part of the tower is made of red bricks.
The 18th century castle regularly hosts exhibitions, concerts, art festivals and balls under the responsibility of the art association. In 1993, the youth judge Frank Bauer and the religion teacher Brigitte Gross discovered the ruinous Wodrow Castle, idyllically located between Waren and Neubrandenburg. They bought the castle and park together with the artist Sylvester Antony and renovated the building for ten years exclusively with their own funds. The Kunstverein Schloss Wrodow has made the charming location known beyond the region with numerous art events based on the idea of "social sculpture" and Joseph Beuys' expanded concept of art. In addition, the owners have repeatedly rented out the castle for individual events. Rosa von Praunheim has shot two films here, film schools have brought students to Wrodow for directing seminars and animations. The big Wrodow balls now have a legendary reputation. From June 2000, art and creative courses with various artists will be held at the Summer Academy. The café opens daily from May to September. There are accommodations in the tower. From a part of the stables the art hall and premises for the summer academy were created. The artist Sylvester Antony has his studio in the castle.