There is no public transportation system in Cradock. You can take a minibus taxi, but it is not recommended. Cradock is small enough to go site seeing by foot and a lot of interesting places are in close proximity to the town.
Dutch Reformed Church dating to 1868
Egg Rock, (About 8km outside the town on the way to Queenstown. You will need a bakkie or 4x4 to get to the site (Follow directions to the airfield and then directions to Eggrock from there).). A 10 meter high egg shaped rock standing on its own.
Cradock Spa, ☎ +27 (0)48 881-2709. Open for day visitors from 6:45AM to 7:30PM. A modern natural spring spa.R7 for a day visit, contact the office for overnight chalet or camping rates.
Metal objects. Next to the main road leading out of Cradock towards Port Elizabeth you will find many metal objects for sale. The wind pump replicas are especially well crafted.
Albert House, 40 Dundas Street, ☎ +27 (0) 48 881-4624 (firstname.lastname@example.org). Albert House is a beautiful early Victorian Manor House, set in a large tranquil shaded garden.
Cradock House, 98 JA Calata Str (Across from the main sports grounds), ☎ +27 (0) 48 881-3468. checkin: flexible; checkout: 10h00. Establishment consist of 5 rooms and 2 self catering garden cottages. Facilities include swimming pool, secure parking, BBQ and light meals served. Guesthouse also has a liquor licence.R200 +. (S 32.16274,E 025.61610)
Die Tuishuise, 36 Market street, ☎ +27 (0)48 881-1322 (email@example.com), . 25 old houses restored to the way they were when the English and Dutch settlers lived in them during the late 1800's.
Heritage House, 45 Bree Street, ☎ +27 (0)48 881-3210 (firstname.lastname@example.org). Sleep and relax in one of the oldest houses in town.