The town hall of Neustadt-Glewe., © Gabriele Skorupski
Historical Buildings, marry and celebrate

The town of Neustadt-Glewe was first mentioned in 1248 and, in addition to the famous Neustadt Castle, also boasts a historic old town characterized by half-timbered buildings. A special highlight is the baroque town hall, which was completed in 1806 and extensively renovated in 1996.

The town hall was built in the period from 1802 to 1806 by the master mason Frey. The free-standing, completely plastered, half-timbered house in baroque style is located directly on the market square. In addition to the typical Baroque style elements, such as the segmental arches and looped bands under the windows and the small ornamental balcony above the entrance, the two-story building also has some Neoclassical elements, for example the triangular gable above the central part of the building. On the mansard roof of the town hall there is a so-called open lantern - a small tower-like attachment, which can be found on many baroque town halls. The tower clock inside it is equipped with a clockwork from 1900, which chimes every quarter of an hour. As part of the general urban renewal, the town hall was extensively renovated in 1996.

Marriage in Neustadt Glewe

Classic in the registry office in the town hall, medieval in the castle, ducal in the castle hotel or extravagant with lake view at the Barracuda Beach... there are many possibilities to get married in Neustadt-Glewe.

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Markt 1
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Illuminating - stellar moments in Neustadt-Glewe on November 29, 2024

  • Date: 11/29/24
  • Markt, 19306 Neustadt-Glewe

The Christmas lights count down on the market square and make the city sparkle and twinkle. There is live music, mulled wine, bratwurst and soup. You can warm yourself by the fire bowl.

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Illuminating - stellar moments in Neustadt-Glewe on November 29, 2024

  • Date: 11/29/24
  • Markt, 19306 Neustadt-Glewe

The Christmas lights count down on the market square and make the city sparkle and twinkle. There is live music, mulled wine, bratwurst and soup. You can warm yourself by the fire bowl.

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Orangery Ludwigslust

  • Friedrich-Naumann-Allee, 19288 Ludwigslust

The duke's half-timbered orangery, built around 1780, is now a unique event location with its own brewery, just 200 meters from Ludwigslust's baroque palace.

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Hotel Neustadt-Glewe Castle

  • Schlossfreiheit, 19306 Neustadt-Glewe

Nestled in the charming landscape of the Thousand Lakes Mecklenburg, on the edge of the protected landscape area Lewitz, a wonderful stay awaits you in our 4-star hotel. The castle inspires with baroque splendor, 1,600 m² of lush stucco work and 32 chimneys richly decorated with rosettes, cornices and figures. With branch office of the registry office for a dream wedding in the castle.

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© Fotostudio K3 Kruse GmbH Neustadt-Glewe

Neustadt-Glewe Castle

  • Alte Burg, 19306 Neustadt-Glewe

The oldest preserved fortress in Mecklenburg stands in Neustadt-Glewe. It is one of the best preserved castles in Mecklenburg and can be visited. At the castle, there is a museum that is well worth seeing, as well as a restaurant and a tourist information office.

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Village church Garwitz

  • 19372 Garwitz

In the Gothic fieldstone and brick church from the 14th century there are unique memorial plaques and a valuable carved altar from the 15th century.

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Ludwigslust castle park

  • Temporarily closed
  • Schlossplatz, 19288 Ludwigslust

The park is temporarily completely closed due to a tree fall. Measures are currently underway to restore traffic safety along the main paths. The castle museum, café and the lawn parterre are accessible.

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Ludwigslust Castle

  • Open today
  • Schlossfreiheit, 19288 Ludwigslust

The magnificent Ludwigslust Palace, situated in a spacious park with avenues, cascades, canals and water jumps, is the center of the late Baroque town complex. In the castle's museum, the restored rooms shine in courtly splendor and transport visitors back in time. In the hunting hall of the castle there is a café with a spacious terrace overlooking the castle park.

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Ludwigslust castle café

  • Schlossfreiheit, 19288 Ludwigslust

Our cafe is located on the first floor of the beautiful castle. The large terrace offers a great view of the castle park.

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Robber Vieting Cave

  • 19370 Parchim

In today's Sonnenberg nature reserve, robber Vieting once caused fear and terror. His cave and other traces from that time can still be visited today.

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Garwitz lock gate

  • 19372 Matzlow-Garwitz

The historic upper gate of the lock in Garwitz bears witness to the technical architecture of bygone times.

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Denissen farm

  • Ludwigsluster Straße, 19288 Wöbbelin

The perfect stop between Berlin and Hamburg is only 5 minutes away from the highway A24 (exit Wöbbelin). In the small community of Wöbbelin you will find our versatile adventure farm.

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© Gabriele Skorupski

City Hall Ludwigslust

  • Schloßstraße, 19288 Ludwigslust

Ludwigsluster Schlossstraße is the site of today's town hall. However, the two-story brick building was not always the seat of the city administration. It was built in 1780 by Johann Joachim Busch and initially served as a court house, the upper floor of which housed the Carton-Fabrique.

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Pottery Blue Mango

  • Lewitzstr., 19374 Rusch

Two continents meet at Blue Mango Haus: two artists from Europe and Africa offer experiential pottery from workshop tours to pottery classes, as well as Africa to experience for yourself with film shows, drumming classes, typical food and creative activities.

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© Naturforschende Gesellschaft Mecklenburg e.V.

Natureum Ludwigslust

  • Schloßfreiheit, 19288 Ludwigslust

The oldest building in Ludwigslust, built around 1750 as a fountain house, houses the "Natureum am Schloss Ludwigslust". It was built to supply water to the fountains located behind the former hunting lodge. Today, the "Naturforschende Gesellschaft Mecklenburg e.V." has its headquarters here. On the first floor of the Natureum, nature and the natural history of western Mecklenburg are presented in six rooms.

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Schweizerhaus in Ludwigslust Castle Park

  • Schlossgarten, 19288 Ludwigslust

The bright, thatched half-timbered house in the palace park was built as the summer residence of Duchess Luise at the end of the 18th century in Ludwigslust Palace Park.

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Tines weaving and candle barn

  • Ludwigsluster Straße, 19288 Groß Laasch

If you want to experience how decorative candles are made, the Weaving and Candle Barn in Groß Laasch is just the place for you. Here, Christine Gabler handcrafts pretty light and warmth dispensers that create a cozy atmosphere not only in the cold season.

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