We are reopening on May 18 for general eye care. We will be putting in safety protocols to ensure the health of our patients and staff. Click here to read more.
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Our Eye Care Practice in Randolph
Your Eye Care Center in Randolph, MA
Our friendly and expert optometrists, Dr. Nicholas Feucht and Dr. Nikhil Saini, are pleased to serve Randolph, MA, and all of central Massachusetts, with a complete range of eye care services. When you need an eye doctor, we will provide your entire family with everything you need for sharp vision and healthy eyes.
For long-lasting ocular health and the best vision possible, everyone should visit their eye doctor for regular eye exams. Our Randolph optometrist uses the latest diagnostics and high-tech equipment to inspect your eyes. We perform precise vision testing, as well as check for any signs of a problem, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. If you suffer from eye irritation due to computer vision or dry eye syndrome, we offer detailed eye exams to recommend the most helpful treatment.
Looking for new eyewear? Visit our optical store, located at the commercial center of North Randolph Plaza, at the intersection of Main Street and Stacy Street. We feature an outstanding optical collection, with stylish designer eyeglasses and sunglasses, along with a complete selection of premium contact lenses. We specialize in hard-to-fit vision conditions and specialty contacts.
Look at Randolph, MA
Located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, our town is a peaceful suburban neighborhood. We are proud of our picturesque streets lined with leafy trees, scenic nature, and plenty of history.
Call us to make an appointment with our eye doctor to talk about your eyeglasses, contact lenses or specialty lens needs. You are also welcome to drop in anytime to browse through our large selection of designer eyeglass frames and sunglasses.
The Great Outdoors
Blue Hills Reservation, only a few miles outside of bustling Boston, is a great place to hike hilly trails through wetlands and forests. This state park spans 6,000 acres and covers part of Randolph, MA, with undeveloped terrain just waiting to be explored. Set within Blue Hills Reservation, Houghton’s Pond Recreation Area offers a 24-acre pond for swimming or fishing, and the surrounding beach is ideal for biking, horseback riding, and hiking.
Rich in History
Randolph, MA, is home to some glorious historic landmarks. We encourage locals and visitors alike to take a look at the Jonathan Belcher House, constructed in 1806 in the Federal Style of architecture, and now used by the Randolph Women’s Club. The interior of this lovely site is rented out for private festivities and weddings, and also occasionally open to the public. To visit a completely different era of life in Randolph, head to the Gills Farm Archeological District. This area encompasses a number of prehistoric sites that date from the Middle Archaic to the Woodland period. Investigations revealed that these sites were used as tool workshops; all the artifacts are currently on display at the Peabody Museum, in Andover, MA.