Elva Railway Station is a wooden building characteristic of the 19th century, which has survived to this day and is under heritage conservation. The building's distinctive exterior, original building structures, facade details, and parts of the interior have remained as they were.
Today, the most significant part of the building is the waiting lounge, where one can find information about the city and the recreational area of Elva. The building also has a seminar room, which is perfect for seminars, trainings, presentations, and study days.
In 2017, the historical fountain in front of the station was re-opened.