Public Open Day - Sunday May 26th 2019

by Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary

  • Sunday, 26 May 2019 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
  • 2315 Concession Road 10 , Manilla, ON L0C 1H0

Ticket Information

Type Price Quantity Subtotal

ADULT (17+ yrs)


FAMILY (2 adults, up to 2 children)


CHILD (2 to 16 yrs old)

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Public Open Day on Sunday, May 26th 2019

A rare opportunity to meet Pockets, Darwin, Jenkins, Pierre and the rest of our monkeys, including our latest residents Cedric, Cody and Pugsley.

Get a personalised tour and meet the monkeys up close and personal.  

We only open our doors a few times each year and space is limited so get your tickets early.



Public Open Day on Sunday, May 26th 2019

Tours will be between 12pm and 4pm. 

In order to keep the number of visitors reasonable for the well being of our residents, a time slot will be allocated to each group of visitors. A member of the Story Book team will contact you a few days before the event.

For health and safety reasons (both yours and the monkeys'), visitors will not be allowed direct contact with the monkeys, nor to feed them, but food donations are welcome (see needs). 

All ticket purchases and donations made through this charitable event service are non-refundable.  The tickets themselves do not qualify for a tax receipt, but additional donations of $20 or more do qualify.

Enjoy your visit!

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2315 Concession Road 10
Manilla, ON L0C 1H0

26 May 2019
Sunday, 26 May 2019 12:00 PM (EDT)


Questions about this event?

Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary
2315 Concession Road 10
Sunderland , ON
L0C 1H0

About This Charity

Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary is a sanctuary in Ontario which provides a permanent home for primates retiring from biomedical research, zoos, universities, pet stores, and private residences. At Story Book Farm we believe all animals have rights: that animals have the right to live free of fear or pain from humans in any form and, that we can all make a difference, one being at a time. Currently, we are home to 18 monkeys who come to us for peace and solace from a variety of backgrounds, some of them with stories difficult even to share, let alone survive.