The oldest wooden house in Jelgava is located at 14 Vecpilsētas Street. This wooden house was built in the late 18th century. During the heavy bombardment of Jelgava in the Second World War, in the summer of 1944, this very house escaped destruction. The building, renovated in 2019, is open to tourists today. Pult participated in the competition for creating an exhibition, in the visuals of which you can find ideas for presenting the history of the city, conveying the story of the building’s renovation, as well as exciting exhibits.