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Fish Hoek Valley Museum

The Fish Hoek Valley Museum brings to light the historical importance of False Bay and the surrounding area. This prominent archaeological site on the Cape Peninsula contain significant findings concerning past Stone Age inhabitants of the region.

Learn more about Peers’ Cave, previously known as Skildergat, where stone tools have been discovered, Khoisan rock art and the buried remains of nine people. Found in 1927, you can reach the cave by hiking up trails above 19th Avenue in Fish Hoek. Get more info on this and more at the Fish Hoek Valley Museum.

Highlights:

  • Near Peers’ Cave, an important archaeological site in Fish Hoek
  • The cave was home to the Fish Hoek Man
  • Learn more about the Stone Age inhabitants of the region

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Tags: Fish Hoek Valley Museum, hiking trails, Khoisan rock art, Peers’ Cave