- The Blombos Museum of Archaeology
- The Blombos Museum of Archaeology was brought into being by the Hessequa Archaeological Advisory Committee (now dissolved) and inaugurated by Prof. Chris Henshilwood on 14/10/2006.
- The Blombos Cave display has bifacial points (Still Bay points), bone tools, little freshwater shells which were used as beads, a replica of the famous engraved ochre and a replica of a 100 000 year-old paint workshop found in the Cave.
- There are also other displays of Early, Middle and Later Stone Age artefacts, originating from the region. In addition there is also a section displaying examples of Bushman hunting and cultural artefacts and a Khoekhoen clay pot.
A gallery presenting the Bushman rock art of the Langeberg, together with a small display showing the technology of the Bushman artists, is a new addition to the museum.
- The Hessequa Society for Archaeology manages, runs and controls the assets of this museum through voluntary work by its members and financial assistance from the Hessequa Council and other sources.
- The museum itself is presently housed in the historic “De Jagerhuis-opstal, Palinggat, Stilbaai”