- Hutto welcome mural, mounted on 101 East Street, faces U.S. 79, painted by local muralist, Suzanne Huser. The "Hutto Postcard" mural has images depicting Hutto history. The "H" depicts the agricultural past of the community, the "U" features a partial image of buildings on East Street, the "T" displays an image of the Hutto Lutheran Church, the "T" includes an image of the water tower and the "O" has the CO-OP image within the letter. Collectible postcards and other "Hutto Postcard" merchandise is available at Creative Touch Gifts.
- Henrietta the Hippo, is a 14,000-pound concrete hippopotamus, located on East Street in Downtown Hutto. Henrietta was placed in downtown Hutto in 1982 by the Chamber of Commerce.
- Over 3,000 concrete hippos are scattered throughout the community. Residents and businesses alike proudly display unique hippo's on their property. No two hippos are alike!