A special castle in the lake district for culture and with free space. 13 guest rooms are available for groups or events.
Schloss Passow is run by an association and invites to cultural events. There are currently 13 guest rooms and several rooms for events, workshops and meetings. The castle serves as the association residence of Form Your World e.V. Non-profit association for youth and elderly support and initiative for the promotion and cultivation of entrepreneurial & entrepreneurial spirit, human corporate culture and professional fulfillment.
Passow Castle is a true gem of cultural history. It began in 1797 with Ulrich Phillip von Behr Negendank, who acquired several estates in Mecklenburg and had a single-story manor house built in Passow, including a forge, wheelwright's shop, mill and other farm buildings. His son August Gustav Hortarius von Behr Negendank then had the house upgraded because he was applying to marry Princess Marie from the ducal house of Mecklenburg. To compensate for the difference in status, he had today's Passow Palace rebuilt in the Palladian style, in the style of Roman villas.
This type of construction with quarter-circular, curved castle wings and entrance hall with a circumferential rotunda on the upper floor is still unique in all of northern Germany. The interior of the magnificent palace had ornately painted walls, floors and fireplaces made of marble and ebony, and to the south a fantastic view of the English landscape park with its beech forest and the Passow Lake. The marriage with the princess was not allowed, but after the renovation Passow Castle is again a dreamlike place with a very special atmosphere.