Apart from problems finding the place (your sat nav may take you down a very long farm road with a tempting view of some of the pieces, but no admission to the grounds) this is a wonderful place to visit. If you like BIG art in beautiful countryside then the £12.50 entrance is well worth the price.
We were greeted by a wonderfully enthusiastic member of staff, who clearly loved what she was involved in. Make sure you speak to a member of staff, as it is interesting to hear how the Cass Sculpture Foundation was created, and continues to invest in artists old and new.
We were blessed with a warm spring afternoon and this enhanced the stroll around the exhibits. We arrived late (they are trying to get more directions / road signs put up in the area) and stayed two hours, up to closing time. This was sufficient, but you can take all day if you wish, and there is a picnic area overlooking outstanding views.
The exhibits are varied in style, so if you like sculptures, there will be something that will grab your attention - for me there were four fantastic exhibits that really excited me, but others also made me think / laugh / stand in awe, and some of course I just didn't get.
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