We have a main and an overflow car park. Parking is free of charge. There are no designated disabled spaces so please call ahead if you would like assistance in relation to your specific needs.
There are no stairs across the CASS site. There is a low step into our main building. We have a ramp that can be used for wheelchairs and pushchairs if and when required.
We have toilets in three locations within the 26-acre site. An accessible toilet is located in our main visitor centre.
We do not currently have an onsite café or restaurant. However we provide takeaway hot drinks and light snacks. Picnicking is encouraged in the grounds and we have a picnic grove that we welcome visitors to use. Local eateries can be recommended by visitor services staff.
Breast and bottle feeding are permitted in the indoor and outdoor spaces at CASS. If you would like more privacy please let a member of staff know and we can accommodate this where possible.
A complimentary motorised buggy is available for use by visitors with mobility difficulties. Please call to book in advance. If you have forgotten to book, please ask our visitor services team as the buggy may still be available.
There are benches at regular intervals throughout the grounds.
Wheelchairs can be pushed on the main paths, please ask staff for the best routes to follow.
Our grounds have different surfaces. There are smooth pathways, loose woodchip and grassy areas. Sensible footwear should be worn in all conditions.
We endeavour to maintain paths and walkways for maximum accessibility however the weather and general movement of our sculptures can affect the quality of the ground underfoot. Mud, small rocks and sticks may obstruct pathways and affect accessibility.
Photography and filming
Photography and filming of all artwork is permitted at CASS for personal non-commercial use.
Please contact our visitor services team if you require large print information on our sculptures. All artist information is accessible via our website also.
Dogs and Guide dogs
We only allow assistance dogs onsite. No other dogs are permitted in the grounds.
If you think you have lost something at CASS please contact us.
Email CASS visitor services firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01243 538449 for more information. Our staff are happy to assist you in planning your visit.
We aim to be accessible to all. Please see our website for our access policy and contact us with any comments or suggestions.