The romantic location of the castle, on an island between the Burg See and the Schweriner See, fits the mood of the period in which it was built - as a home for the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The castle garden was designed by Peter Joseph Lenne in the 1840s. It has a Nineteenth Century Mixed Style assembly of features, including a grotto, arcades, terraces and flights of steps. The older baroque garden was designed in 1848 by the French designer Jean Legeay and has been restored. The garden is also used as a wedding venue.
Schwerin Schloss, 19055, Schwerin, North East, Germany
See Schwerin Castle Garden Schlossgarten for details:-