The city, which has 23 buildings that are heritage on municipal, state and federal levels, has a well preserved group of constructions from the first half of XIXth-century. The buildings - gatherd in the historical center of Piratin - are important for it's architectural and historical value. Those constructions were witnesses of the Ragamuffins Revolution, are significant in the Rio Grande do Sul's and to brasilian's history, during the regency's time.

Many of it's buildings were home to leaders of the Revolution or became offices, as the house of Bento Gonçalves and the house of Garibaldi – the last one now a days is the City Hall Culture and Tourism Bureau.