The National Gallery
Without a doubt this is the best gallery in Prague, the gallery is huge and covers four floors.
It is free to enter for students and with temporary exhibitions that are constantly changing there is always something new to see.
There are lots of great cafes near the gallery, so make sure to stop for a drink when you’re finished looking around.
This is another great, but smaller gallery in Prague 7. The exhibitions are constantly changing but they have a permanent exhibition of this huge wooden sculpture which is inspired by the Gullivers travel balloon.
The book shop in the gallery is amazing, you could spend hours flicking through the coffee table books, in my opinion, the shop alone makes the gallery a worthwhile visit.
This beautiful building in the city centre has constantly changing and always amazing exhibitions.
The gallery is located right by the Faculty of Arts (Charles University), so if you’re a student this is a great place to come in between lectures.
As well as hosting gigs and flea markets, the Meet Factory also has a small art gallery.
This modern art gallery is located in a park on the other side of the river to the Dancing House. The park itself is really interesting with some huge sculptures of babies by Czech artist David Cerny.