The National Museum's Commander's Farm is one of Rømø's rich old family farms - fully furnished in both housing and longer. The farm's wealth and magnificent interiors are a clear expression of the large revenue that Romo's commanders could earn from whaling and commercial sailing. A wealth invested at home on the island.
The picturesque residence contains among other things. beautifully painted panels from the 18th century, beautiful carpentry and carving work and well-preserved wall coverings of Dutch tiles.