Places of historical interest
Palazzo Boschetti was built in the 14th century as a noble residence and has, over time, changed ownership and has been restored a number of times. Originally, the building hosted the Nogarola family, vicars of the borough of Schio, until the end of the 14th century. They owned it until the end of the 16th century when it was purchased by the Boldù family. The palazzo presents an elegant, arched front entrance and access steps. Completing the central section, we find the tympanum with the Boldù family’s coat of arms in the centre; at the back, there is a vast park that extends to Via A. Fusinato, where we find an elegant gate with columns and statues by Angelo Marinali. Its current name derives from the last family that owned it and who donated it to the parish of Saint Peter.