In the living quarters of this historical Frisian house from 1736 you can visit the kitchen, the living room and the „Pesel“. The latter is a living room that was only used on special occasions. It was once heated from the kitchen with a so-called “Beileger- or Bileggerofen” (by heating this cast-iron oven from the kitchen there was no smoke in the living room). This oven is located in front of the especially beautiful tiled wall with a picture of the ship of the Commodore who once owned this house. The “Pesel” served as a bedroom at the same time. The two short alcove beds in the panelled wall show this. Additionally, annually changing exhibitions are presented in this monument to cultural history.