Kids will love the collection of handmade objects—mostly toys—that fill the Girard Wing of this world-class museum. It's the nucleus of a collection of over 100,000 dolls, masks, dioramas, animals, and other objects gathered from over 100 countries and donated by architect and interior designer Alexander Girard and his wife Susan. Perusing the display cases feels like soaring over carefully crafted miniature worlds. There's a play area and hands-on craft section for itchy fingers, as well as a gift shop that's almost overwhelming in its colorful selection. Other museum sections include the Hispanic Heritage Wing, rotating exhibits in the Neutrogena Wing, and Lloyd's Treasure Chest in the basement, where you can get a peek into what museum conservators do behind the scenes. This branch of the Museum of New Mexico is the main destination on Museum Hill, and for good reason: There's nowhere else like it in the world. Expect to spend roughly 1 hr. here, although if you have kids, you might end up having to drag them out.