A truncated icosahedron with golden hexagonal faces is defined here as a golden truncated icosahedron (GTICO). When 30 squares fitted with vertex connections on a rhombic triacontahedron (RT) are expanded by the golden ratio, then the vertices meet again. These meeting points correspond to the vertices of a GTICO. In this Demonstration, the GTICO is related to a number of shapes. The most notable features include: (1) in a ring of 10 tetrahedra, the vertices of the tetrahedra are on the vertices of the GTICO; (2) the edges of the rings of 10 icosahedra coincide with the shorter edge of the golden hexagons; (3) icosahedra in the ring meet the tips of pentagrams; and (4) the edges of expanded squares divide the faces of the GTICO and the large icosahedron in various proportions related to the golden ratio.