This unique house with surviving fragments of Late Gothic mural paintings has been run by the City of Prague Museum since the spring of 2016. The current complex disposition of the Golden Ring House resulted from the integration of two adjacent, previously separated medieval houses. The cellars and the corridor on the first floor survived from the early Gothic period of the houseʼs construction development. In 2016, the museum launched a permanent exhibition Prague of Charles IV – A Grandiose Building Site in Europe as part of the celebrations of the 700th anniversary of the birth of Charles IV. The exhibition focuses on urbanism of Prague and its changes during the 14th century, accentuating the rule of Charles IV and the House of Luxembourg.