Montanelli is a small inconspicuous museum located at the bottom part of Nerudova street. You can easily reach it during a walk from Prague Castle to the Charles Bridge. The museum hasn't a fixed exposition, it offers various fine arts exhibitions which change several times per year, you can check the current one on their website. I heard about this museum for the first time after they announced the new NaFilm exhibition (it takes place till November). This current exhibition deals with some periods of Czech film history. I visited it on last Saturday and I liked it. Unlike a typical „don't touch anything“ art exposition this is an interactive place where you are supposed to try and discover a lot of things yourself. And although it was designed and built by Charles University’s students I think that it is not meant only for film enthusiasts but whole families can enjoy it. And if you feel too tired for art you can just relax and take a coffee at the museum café. Only please pay attention to the fact that the museum (except for the café) is not suitable for people with mobility disabilities.