House at the Golden Ring

■ Prague of Charles IV
■ Prague 1606 
■ From Prehistory to the Tailcoat

The House at the Golden Ring is a singular Gothic-Renaissance structure situated adjacent to Tyn Church with surviving fragments of Late Gothic murals. The earliest records about the house date from the 14th century.



Týnská 630/6
110 00 Prague 1 – Old Town
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Ticket office: +420 601 102 961

The building is barrier free.

Opening hours

From June to September:
Tuesday–Sunday: 9 am–8 pm

From October to May:
Tuesday–Sunday: 9 am–6 pm

  • One ticket for the entire building.
  • Tickets are sold at the ticket office or online. The last ticket can be purchased 30 minutes before closing time.


  • 20% discount for online purchase

Regular: CZK 180

Reduced (7–26 and 65+): CZK 80
Family (2 adults and 4 children under 15): CZK 390

Free admission→

Other events:
– Lectures and programmes (children and adults): CZK 80/person
– Student/interest groups over 10 members (primary, secondary, vocational schools, up to 20): CZK 60/person

About the House at the Golden Ring


The House at the Golden Ring presents the permanent exhibition Prague of Charles IV – Medieval Town that introduces the metropolis and its transformation under Charles IV and other Luxembourg rulers. Another permanent exhibition, Prague 1606, is a unique presentation of the life in Prague under Rudolf II through the moving Sadeler's Prospect. The house also organises temporary exhibitions and various public cultural events.