Fregona stands out for a historical and artistic heritage characterized by significant presence, such as the renowned “Pala di San Giorgio”, painted by Francesco da Milano in 1529, located in the Church of Osigo, and the “Crocifisso e le Anime del Purgatorio” by Sebastiano Ricci in the archpriest church, painted in 1704.
The archpriest church also houses sculptures by Giuseppe Bernardi Torretti, master of Canova, as well as two canvas from the Workshop of Tiziano: it is about the “Madonna con bambino fra i Santi Tiziano e Biagio ” by Cesare Vecellio and “San Giovanni Battista con Santa Lucia e Santa Caterina d’Alessandria ”of 1575 by Orazio Vecellio. On the ceiling of the church, you can admire a great fresco by the Venetian G. C. Bevilacqua, painted in 1826. Here you can also find the impressive organ placed above the choir built by Zuane da Limana in 1873.
There are also several artworks of lower quality, but no less important as an expression of the physical and social environment of those who produced them, as well as the good taste of its inhabitants.
The territory is also marked by numerous manor houses, in particular the seventeenth-century Villa Troyer-Lucheschi De Mori-Salvador Bacchiani, which distinguishes itself for the elegance and harmony of rhythms, but also Villa Altan-Pancetti in Fratte, Villa Todesco-Salvador in Buse, Villa Laurenti in Danese, Villa Giustiniani in Borgo Piazza, Villa Casoni in Coisola and Villa Carnielutti in Osigo.
Other points of interest are the various capitals and historical centres such as Sonego, Piai and Osigo, which are characterized by houses with a particular type of exposed stones.