Cherry Brook Zoo is located in the city of Saint John, New Brunswick. It is home to many exotic and endangered species including the Siberian Tiger, Snow Leopard, African Lion and Goeldi monkey.
It opened in 1978 in a 35-acre woodland that is located in the northern section of the city's 2200-acre Rockwood Park. Utilizing the unusual natural terrain of Rockwood Park, the animals are surrounded by a natural woodland intimate setting.
The Zoo also is home to Tiger Claws Miniature Golf Course and the Vanished Kingdom Park.
Cherry Brook Zoo maintains strict Accreditation Standards as outlined by the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA). It has earned international recognition for its work in several Species Survival Programs including those for various endangered primates.
Cherry Brook Zoo is a registered non-profit charitable organization, It is administered by a Board of Trustees, who hold in trust the assets of the Zoo for the citizens. The Zoo operates on the generosity of valued donors.