Cass Sculpture Foundation

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Cass Sculpture Foundation
4.5
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Where else in the world can you see over 70 specially commissioned monumental sculptures in an idyllic landscape, and all for sale?
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Tracey S
1 contribution
May 2019
This is the most amazing experience and will shortly be closing for ever, although the works I think are being donated to Pallant House Gallery. So I urge everyone to go whilst it is still there. Perfect day out for art lovers, art novices and families and it's all in the open but idyllic setting on the outskirts of Chichester.
Written April 3, 2020
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SteveKnight
Hove, UK58 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
Throughly enjoyed our time at the sculpture park, 50+ sculptures in a great setting. With the large sculptures set against the tall trees the differing views and experiences are well worth it.
We spent over two hours wondering around the grounds as well as a picnic (there is no food available, so make sure you bring your own refreshments).
We've been to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and this is certainly as good, especially as it's on the south coast...
Written August 26, 2019
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SallyG000
South Yorkshire, UK21 contributions
Aug 2019
We visited the CASS Foundation Sculpture Park while on holiday in the area, and were very impressed by the range of sculptures and their settings in woodland. The visitor centre staff were helpful and informative, and it is very good to have a map wi the sculptures marked on, and suggested route to follow. Lots of seating to aid pausing to admire the sculptures and the views. No cafe, though a help yourself stall Ian the centre for drinks and snacks. Recommended!
Written August 14, 2019
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Amira young
15 contributions
Aug 2019
The sculpture blunt nicely with clouds and the wood sun and rain some of the sculpture are by well known artists
they is no coffee shop they is place for children to play in the wood you can touch the sculpture every time I visit goodwood I visit the foundation the do very important work with artists
Written August 14, 2019
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ochre8
London, UK264 contributions
Aug 2019 • Solo
£12.50 adult entry to this beautifully landscaped park with sculpture by big and lesser known names. Lynn Chadwick, Pailozzi, Bill Woodrow, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Anthony Gormley and several contemporary pieces by Chinese artists and many more. Unfortunately, women artists are under represented.

Visit on a sunny day when the light through the trees plays on the works. The park has lots of lovely picnicking places but no cafe. Service dogs only allowed. Ample parking on site.
Written August 13, 2019
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Marilyn W
Bognor Regis, UK15 contributions
Jul 2019
This park is well set out and has some very interesting sculptures. It also changes every few months so each visit is different. Rather expensive but worth it for a one off. One downside - there is no cafe which is a shame as lunch/coffee/tea onsite would have been a lovely addition
Written August 13, 2019
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Dawn T
Seaford, UK25 contributions
Jul 2019
What a great place. Wander among sculpture in nature. How sculpture should be viewed. Took so many pictures. Sit and have a picnic or just walk round. Toilets available and friendly staff.
Written August 7, 2019
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Zeona
Chichester, UK8 contributions
Aug 2019
A fantastic way to enjoy a lovely day. The sun was shining and nothing was more lovely than being under gorgeous trees looking at magnificent sculptures in nature's silence.I used one of the available scooters.The place was amazing.Sculptures were provoking and well presented..Receptionist Anne made the day.. Must come again soon.
Written August 4, 2019
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tezpil
Portsmouth, UK4,187 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
Nice wooded area with large scale sculptures to view. Map from reception so follow the trail to see them all. We were her about 3 hours but we strolled slowly. Benches available around the route. Take a picnic there's no café facilities on site.
Written July 21, 2019
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keithmalin
Guildford, UK307 contributions
Jul 2019 • Family
We discovered this yesterday after more than 30 years in the area. William Cass is a remarkable man, using the wealth gained from his time in industry to become a supporter of the arts, opening a huge, attractive, rural site near Goodwood to contemporary sculptors.
There are currently 51 art works on show. The exhibition changes as items are sold and as new ones arrive. Cass encourages artists by paying for many of their up-front costs and by then splitting the proceeds when the item is sold. Many big names have started here.
A pleasant visitor centre welcomes visitors. £16.50 adult, £10.00 entrance fee. you get a good map of the grounds, and an obvious viewing order presents itself. We were here for 2.5 hours. Exhibits can be touched but not climbed on, which makes it more interesting for children. There is no cafe, but basic drinks are available.
Written July 19, 2019
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