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Recommended for ages 14+ years

258 pieces      Assembly time: 4 to 6 hours     

PLEASE NOTE: Requires glue and 2 AAA batteries, which are not included.

With the theme of Time Travel, this Book Nook kit has a vintage train model and a platform in the scene. Meanwhile, as a creative and elaborately-designed Book Nook, it can make your bookshelf more stylish and interesting.


Embark on a whimsical journey through time and literature with this Robotime® Rolife Time Travel DIY Book Nook kit. Inspired by the enchanting beauty of classic tales and the allure of time travel, this model kit brings to life a charming and intricate scene nestled within the pages of timeless literature. Precision-crafted and designed to spark curiosity, this DIY kit promises hours of immersive construction, resulting in a timeless decorative piece for any bookshelf or study. Hurry up, the train is about to leave!

Looking at this realistic retro train model seems to be able to take you back to the last century. Looking up at the roof, you can see the special design, which is made of blue plastic sheet. You can have a time travel with this old train model.


  • The Robotime® Rolife Time Travel Book Nook 3D wooden DIY miniature dollhouse kit is a train station that can take you to a different time and space. The classic design of the steam locomotive and the retro red color are a perfect combination. You can sit on the wooden bench and wait for your train. A vintage clock is hanging above the platform to tell the time. 
  • All the pieces and tools for you to create this cool miniature station scene are provided with the kit. Have fun assembling all the parts together, and you'll get a unique book nook shelf insert and home decor!
  • Time Travel showcases a vintage steam train and infinite tunnel. With the intricate and elaborate design, an old-fashioned steam locomotive is restored to its original weathered look in dark red with black. A mirror inside the tunnel extends the viewer’s vision and makes the whole scene look more spacious.
  • The blue translucent roof is designed to evoke a sense of wonder and otherworldliness. Made of PET material, it allows natural light to filter through and illuminate the space below. When the LED light is turned on, it reflects a layer of mystery to the scene.
  • The elegant exterior of the station has a design resembling a pocket watch. The European-style doorway creates an impressive and welcoming entrance to the station.
  • This Book Nook is equipped with three controllable lights and a touch switch. With the translucent roof, it seems to be another world with the lights on.
  • Time Travel is rated 4/5 stars for difficulty, so beginners can complete it in about 6 hours; hobby veterans can complete this kit in about 4 hours.
  • The materials for this kit include premium basswood, density board, paper and metal. Most of these materials are recyclable and eco-friendly. All materials have been pre-colored to save time. Special laser cutting makes it easier to separate the boards when it's time to construct your Book Nook kit. You supply the glue and 2 AAA batteries for the LED light.
  • This kit includes warm LED lights to enrich the interior scene. With the touch light feature, you can enhance the atmosphere and add more vibrancy to this enchanting space. The battery box remains hidden, preserving the seamless aesthetic appeal.
  • Assembled Time Travel kit measures about 4 x 7.25 x 9.75 inches (LxWxH).
  • This DIY miniature kit by Robotime® includes small parts and is not suitable for children younger than 3 years of age.


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