Four generations under one roof - Kulturgut Hohenbrünzow is gradually becoming a free space for artists, a place of encounter - which promotes culture and education and places value on sustainability.
Hohen Brünzow Castle was built in the late 19th century as a two-storey manor house. In its picturesque park, the late classicist manor house, richly decorated in red and gold, must have been a real splendor. The owner until 1946 was the von Oertzen family, who married into the von Schwerin family and ran a large farm here.
After the Second World War, the estate, which had five large barns and many outbuildings, became a VEG seed farm with livestock farming, and later an LPG. Until the 1990s, it was one of the few fully preserved estates in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
The residents of the estate and castle are looking forward to creating a new Kultur-Gut-Hohenbrünzow on this site, which will offer a wide range of cultural activities, crafts and art.
Various events such as MittSommerRemise, Schlösserherbst, concerts, theater and much more are already taking place.