Grischow is a municipality in the northeast of the county Mecklenburg Lake District. The municipality is located north of Neubrandenburg. Until 1 January 2004, the municipality was part of the Office Tollensetal and has since become part of the Office Treptower Tollensewinkel based in Old Treptow.

Geography and transport

Grischow is located approximately five kilometers east of the Old Treptow. The B96 runs west of the community. The A20 runs through the municipality. She can be reached via the old Treptow connection. The municipality is located in the Treptow Werder a lowland between Tollense Great Landgraben and little Landgraben.


Grischow is mentioned in 1325, first documented in a deed. Duke Otto I of Pomerania -Stettin gave the city Treptow as a sign of his gratitude for the help rendered war the village Grischow.


  • Neo-Gothic church of 1830, built on the remains of medieval walls. The brick tower was built in 1858.