How long does it take to walk around the grounds?
We recommend you allow at least 2 hours for your visit.
Is there anywhere I can buy refreshments on the grounds?
Please note the Foundation does not have a café. Our commissioned ‘Picnic Grove’ by David Brooks provides a beautiful picnic area where you can enjoy your own refreshments whilst taking in views of the South Downs.
How accessible is the site?
Due to the varied nature of the terrain at Cass Sculpture Foundation, some areas are more accessible than others. Many wheelchair accessible areas may require an able-bodied assistant in places. We advise wheelchair and mobility scooter users to seek route and ground condition advice from staff in Visitor Services. Entrance with an access concession is £10 plus one carer is admitted free of charge.
We have one mobility scooter for the use of our visitors and this should be reserved in advance. Visitors are welcome to use their own mobility scooters on site. There are benches at intervals around the site and limited seating available in the Main Gallery.
There is a Disabled access toilet in Visitor Services.
Unfortunately, the Archive tour is not accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter users.
Can we take photos?
Yes, you are welcome to take photos for non-commercial use. We love to see your images so remember to @Cassfoundation when you post them on Facebook and @Cass_Sculpture when you post on Instagram and Twitter.
Do you allow dogs in the grounds?
With the exception of service dogs we unfortunately cannot allow dogs in the grounds.
How often do the sculptures change in the grounds?
The sculptures are for sale, therefore the display may differ to the current printed material.
Are there any pubs or restaurants nearby?
There is a variety of pubs and restaurants in the area. The closest is the Goodwood Hotel Restaurant 'Farmer, Butcher, Chef', but there are several fabulous country pubs within a 5 minute drive of CASS including The Fox Goes Free in Charlton, The Star and Garter in East Dean, Earl of March in Lavant and the Anglesey Arms in Halnaker.
What appropriate footwear should we bring?
We would suggest bringing a pair of wellies at this time of year, as when it gets wet it can be muddy and slippery.
Is there accommodation nearby?
To find West Sussex hotels nearby, visit HotelsCombined