For some historians, the town's name refers to the traditional leather tanning, once one of widely practiced activities in the area, while another school of thought, however, attests that it honors the family of Scorzedo, linked to the bishop of Treviso. It is a municipality in the province of Venice, located in a flat area rich of rivers and springs.
Paleo Venetian populations inhabited the region since ancient times, while it was later colonized by the Romans and was subjected to the Municipium of Altino. After the Fall of the Roman Empire, the territories were invaded by the Barbarians, and became part of the Lombard Kingdom. During the Middle Ages it was ceded to the Bishops of Treviso, who assigned the rule to more than one local lord. From the XIII century, throughout the Middle Ages, Scorzé submitted the domain of the Ezzelini, the Del Camino and the Della Scala. After a period of Hungarian invasion, finally, the territory experienced a period of prosperity under the domain of the Serenissima Republic of Venice. After the conquest by Napoleon, it became part of the Austrian Empire and finally was assigned to the Kingdom of Italy.
- the Church dedicated to St. Benedict the Abbot, built in the second half of the XVIII century to a design of the architect Massari, using the materials of an earlier built construction. Its façade was enriched with four half-columns with Corinthian capitals and a pediment surmounted by statues realized by the artist Bonazza. It is flanked by a tall Bell Tower with a square base, which reflects extraordinary color effects that date back to the XVI century. The tower is surrounded by broken cornices and mullioned windows, surmounted by a tympanum and a conical spire. Inside the church preserves a rich series of artworks;
- the Church of San Donato in Gardigiano, built in Classical style with columns, a gable roof and flanked by a Bell Tower enriched by splendid mullioned windows;
- the XVI century Villa Soranzo Conestabile, which is surrounded by a large park with old trees. Inside it features an imposing staircase and a series of frescoes of the Art School of Verona;
- the XVII century Villa Dolfin De Ferrari, which preserves inside important frescoes, plasterwork and fireplaces. It has a chapel which houses a precious altar by the artist Lazzarini;
- the Town Hall, built in neo-Classical style in the late XIX century to a design of Motta;
- the XVI century Villa Tombacco;
- Villa Orsini with its beautiful frescoes;
- the XVII century Villa Barbiero;
- the Oasis Todori;
- Palazzo Zardo;
- the mills.