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Secondary Education

Dream the museum “I think and express what I see”

Before choosing the route, it is advisable to read the Secondary Education general information, because that is where the objectives and characteristics of the visitors are laid out, as well as the means of proceeding during the visit.

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Forming Gipuzkoa

Forming Gipuzkoa

In this activity, we will teach the students how Gipuzkoa was “created” and we will see how we were created after the conflicts which took place between lords in the Middle Ages and towns. Later on, we will study the coats of arms we use to identify our towns and we give each student the challenge of creating their own.

Give it your face

Give it your face

Through this activity, the students will study the different styles and means of representing the human being that have existed throughout history. They will see that the image of humans has been represented in different ways with historic philosophy, thought and events. In the workshop hall, we will ask them to accept the challenge of representing a portrait, with the aim of encouraging the style and art of each person to bloom.

Y como recorrido temático...

Yesterday and today

Yesterday and today

General tour of history, from the perspective of the 21st century. The subjects to be analysed are the guiding thread of the museum: the objective is none other than to look at the past to meet the challenges of the future.

Portraits and landscapes

Portraits and landscapes

In this Fine Arts thematic route, we look at the evolution of portraits and landscapes between the 15th and 19th centuries.

Urgull House of History

Urgull House of History

  • The Caracas Company game
  • Discover Mount Urgull

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Transforming Gipuzkoa

Transforming Gipuzkoa

We passed from the Ancien Régime linked to absolutism to the Modern Régime, and in this activity we will look at the nature of these violent and severe transformations during the last two centuries. In the workshop hall, we will ask the students to create their own parliament, and taking into account the different political ideas and characters in history, they will create their own constitution or regulations.

Sketching ideas

Sketching ideas

The guiding thread of the visit will be the canvases by Sert in the church of San Telmo. We will look at and study these works from the beginning of the 20th century, seeing that they represent the thinking of the era and abstract ideas. By means of these canvases we will analyse the ways of representing abstract ideas. In the workshop hall, we will show allegories of abstract ideas to the students, and each student will represent an abstract idea.

And as a thematic route...

The route of silence

The route of silence

A journey around Francoism. A journey through almost 40 years through the society, economy and history of the era.

Badugu, badago

Badugu, badago

By means of this tour to gain a better understanding of the Basque language, its history and that of its speakers, the aim is to show relationships the visitors have with the Basque language.

  • Notebook for teachers
Kalejiras

Kalejiras

Activity outside the museum. Thematic routes to get up close and personal with the heritage and history of San Sebastián.

Kalejira 1813 – Route based around the year 1813

Women’s Kalejira – Route to draw attention to the historical contribution made by the women of Donostia - San Sebastián.

The awakening of modernity

The awakening of modernity

General tour to discover the main traces of present-day society.

Urgull House of History

Urgull House of History

Discover Mount Urgull.


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