In the eighteenth century, Markstraat 100 in Harelbeke was built as a spacious residential home. After WWII, the site housed the local Pipe and Tobacco Museum for decades. This collection moved to the museum in Wervik between 2010 and 2012. Since April 2014, Kunstenhuis has been an interactive place for art and culture. Two exhibitions take place every year, each time with a focus on contemporary Belgian art.

Entrance is free. Visit kunstenhuis.be for more.