We are open from 7:30am-5:30pm with phones being answered from 7:30am-12pm and 1pm-5:00pm, by appointment only for eye exams and any optical services. Please give us a call or send us an email to book your appointment.
When you have a time booked to come in, we will be emailing our updated protocols so you can be best prepared. We look forward to taking care of your eye health and optical needs.
Expert Eye Care in Winnipeg
We’re pleased to welcome your entire family to our two Family Optical offices in Winnipeg! We have a friendly, highly qualified team of eye doctors who provide a total range of eye care services. Time for an eye exam? We perform comprehensive eye exams to test your vision and check eye health. If you’re diagnosed with an eye disease, such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts, we offer treatment and co-management services. Do you suffer from the irritating symptoms of dry eyes? We’re here to help soothe your painful symptoms. Our team also offers low vision services to optimize your sight, and myopia control to help keep your child’s nearsightedness from worsening and to protect your child’s future eye health.
If you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, we will test your vision thoroughly to ensure that your vision prescription is up-to-date and accurate. Then, we’ll help you to select the ideal eyewear for your visual and lifestyle needs! Eyewear isn’t one-size-fits-all, and we’ll work with you to make sure your new frames are a perfect fit for your vision, face, and daily activities. If you prefer the natural look and convenience of contact lenses, book a specialized contact lenses eye exam and fitting in one of our Winnipeg eye care centers.
Whether you require personalized medical eye care or optical vision care in Winnipeg, we are focused on satisfying your needs.
What’s there to see in Winnipeg?
Winnipeg, named after the nearby Lake Winnipeg, is the capital of Manitoba province. Around the globe, it’s known for being the home of the Winnipeg Jets NHL team, but it has much more to offer than sports!
Shoppers will find plenty to please them at The Forks, with boutique shops, restaurants, and museums all housed within Winnipeg’s historic buildings. The center of this complex is The Forks Market, where produce vendors set up stalls and food vendors fill the space with mouthwatering aromas. You can also stroll along the Riverwalk, a scenic trail that runs along the riverfront and brings you to the landmark Legislative Building. Another beautiful place for a stroll is at Fort Whyte Alive, where there are five lakes, lush greens, and boardwalks – all spread out over seven kilometers of trails.
Winnipeg is rich in cultural sites, such as the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, which reflects national and international human rights. The architecture of the building is impressive in its own right! Or head to the Manitoba Museum, which features an array of permanent galleries that highlight the best of history and science in Winnipeg. Art aficionados will appreciate the Winnipeg Art Gallery, housed in a modern building shaped to resemble the bow of a ship. The collections display many masterpieces from Canadian, American, European, and Inuit artists.