Cass Sculpture Foundation is currently closed for the Winter season. For any enquiries please email info@sculpture.org.uk.

Here is a list of questions we are often asked by visitors. Please contact us directly if you have any other enquiries.

How long does it take to walk around the grounds?
We recommend you allow at least 2 hours for your visit.

Do you allow dogs in the grounds?
With the exception of guide dogs we do not allow dogs in the grounds. 

Is there anywhere I can buy refreshments on the grounds?
Although the Foundation does not have a café on site, we do have a self-service area for tea and coffee, and light snacks. Our commissioned ‘Picnic Grove’ by David Brooks provides visitors with a beautiful picnic area where you can enjoy your refreshments whilst taking in beautiful views.

Can we take photos?
Yes, you are welcome to take photos for non-commercial use. We love to see your photos so remember to @Cassfoundation when you post them on Facebook and @Cass_Sculpture when you post on Instagram and Twitter.

How often do the sculptures change in the grounds?
Our mission is to sell all of the sculptures, therefore the display may differ to the current printed material. We aim to commission new works annually, so there will always be something new to see!

Are there any pubs or restaurants near by?
There are a variety of pubs and restaurants nearby! The closest is the Goodwood Hotel Restaurant, but there are several other 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 foot wear should I bring?
We would always suggest bringing a pair of wellies, as when it gets wet it can be muddy and slippery.

Is there accommodation nearby?
To find West Sussex hotels nearby, visit HotelsCombined