App

Holding up to 23,000 internees and their 2,000 guards, Knockaloe Camp was the largest WW1 Internment Camp by far, and the heart of the British internment system. Our Visitors Centre and App tell the story of the camp and the people who lived there over 100 years ago.

Please enter the Visitors Centre for an introduction to Knockaloe and to update your app with the full content pack.

Get the App

The app is available to freely download from either the Apple App Store or Goggle Play store. Just click the respective link below to get the app.
 

 

This app and its content © The Knockaloe Charitable Trust

Using the App

Using the app is very simple - enter the Visitor Centre for an introduction to Knockaloe and, while you’re there, update your app with the full content pack.

Around the Knockaloe site, you will find a number of cards bearing QR codes like the one below.

These codes link to more information within the app about this specific area of the site. Simply go to the ‘Info Card’ section of the app and scan the QR code or enter the 6 digit code directly.

Alternatively, you can take a guided walk through Knockaloe. Go to the ‘Walks’ section of the app and choose your walk. Step-by-step instructions will guide you, and at each stop you will find a QR Code waiting to with more information.

Support

If you experience any problems with this app, then please email dev@knockaloeapp.com.