The Cass Sculpture Foundation

The Sculpture Foundation is set in 26 acres of ancient woodland on the Sussex Downs.

Founded by Wilfred and Jeanette Cass, the Cass Sculpture Foundation is internationally recognised as the home of innovative 21st-century British sculpture, having helped produce more than 400 works by over 200 established and emerging artists including Anthony Caro, Tony Cragg, Andy Goldsworthy, Antony Gormley, Thomas Heatherwick and David Mach. A walk around the estate is a delightful journey: each piece of work is revealed in its own space in the landscape, while benches, pavilions and other works by contemporary designers are scattered among the trees. Sculptures are for sale, to provide funding for new commissions.

Venue details

The Cass Sculpture Foundation New Barn Hill, Goodwood, Nr Chichester West Sussex PO18 0QP 01243 538 449

Entry details

£6.25 with National Art Pass (standard entry £12.50)

Apr – Nov

Daily, 10.30am – 4.30pm including bank holidays

Reviews (1)

  • Susanne, London
  • 2 May 2016 - 21:13
  • One of the hidden gems of West Sussex. Part of the Goodwood Estate, the Cass Sculpture Foundation is an exhilarating outdoor sculpture park where on 28 acres some top notch sculptures are exhibited in a delightful woodland setting. Assisted by very dedicated and knowledgeable staff who dispensed a warm welcome, visiting the art works in a beautiful natural setting is a wonderful experience and makes this place a definite 'must see' for any art lover.