Mukilteo is filled with public art. The majority of which is themed with lighthouses. I even saw someone with a scaled down model of the lighthouse as their mailbox.
There is a totem pole near the ferry dock that also has a lighthouse carved as one of its faces. The lighthouse is relished so much by the citizens that the city is even having a festival for it.
As a celebration of its 100th year of operation, the town is erecting several miniature 6 foot lighthouse statues to be displayed throughout the town. Finding these Statues is something that would make for a good scavenger hunt –how many can you find– as they are located all over the city. Each statue is the same size but unique. They are only scheduled to be displayed until September of 2006 so you may want to check it out soon.