Washington, DC is now a stay at home area. We will continue to meet our patients’ needs by keeping the same hours, providing one doctor per day, and telehealth appointments. All appointments including in-person visits, telehealth visits, eyeglass pickups, and repairs will need to be scheduled by calling the office 202-331-7566 or emailing office@washingtoneyedoctors.
Washington Eye Doctors has been serving Washington's White House area for more than 60 years.
Call us to make an appointment with our eye doctors 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.
Our eye care clinic is located only two blocks from the White House, which puts us in the middle of everything! Most of the famous monuments and museums of Washington, DC, are located on or near the National Mall, only a few minutes’ drive away. Before or after your eye exam with one of our friendly optometrists, you’ll have plenty of time to see the impressive local sites!
At Washington Eye Doctors, we take care of everything related to your vision and eye health. With over 60 years of experience in Washington, DC, we are qualified and experienced in fitting you with eyeglasses and contact lenses (including specialty lenses), as well as diagnosing and treating ocular disease, such as glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration. We stay focused on medical progress, so you benefit from state-of-the-art optometric equipment and modern treatments. Ask us about myopia control for kids!
There is no place better for political buffs to visit than the District of Columbia. The federal government of the United States has three branches – Congress, Supreme Court, and President – and all are located here. In addition, there are 176 foreign embassies, as well as the main headquarters of many organizations, lobbying groups, and trade unions. Washington, DC is a fully planned city, based on the original design of architect Pierre Charles L’Enfant, who was commissioned by President Washington in 1791. The low skyline is due to the Heights of Buildings Act of 1910, which stipulates that the height of buildings cannot exceed the width of the adjacent street, plus 20 more feet.
Our vision care center is proud to be situated in the core White House area, practically next door to the most prominent residence in the country. Walk out the doors of Washington Eye Doctors and head south along Connecticut Ave and then down Pennsylvania Ave, and within six minutes you’ll tread directly into the landscaped grounds of the White House. On either side of the White House are the Treasury Building, fashioned grandly in the Greek Revival style of architecture, and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, which now houses the offices for the vice president and other members of the executive branch.
Also around the corner from our eye doctors in the White House area is the Blair House, which functions as the guest house for visiting heads of state, and the Decatur House, the first private residence on Lafayette Square. On days when you’d prefer to be indoors, stroll down Seventeenth Street to enter the Corcoran Contemporary, National Gallery of Art, and view a fabulous collection of present-day artwork. Another option is the Octagon Museum, where there is an engaging exhibition of life in the city at the birth of the nation’s new capital.
If you’re seeking monumental green spaces that promote contemplation and relaxation, Washington, DC, will fulfill all your wishes! Our eye care team often spends downtime next door in Farragut Square, a cute park with lush lawns and benches. If you’re looking for a larger park, head to Lafayette Square, set to the north of the White House. Some of the most inspirational monuments in the world, including the Washington Monument obelisk and the colossal Lincoln Memorial are only a few blocks away.
Museum lovers who want entertainment outside of politics have plenty to keep busy with in Washington, DC. The National Gallery of Art will show you a dazzling display of masterpieces from the Middle Ages through the present. The Smithsonian National Museum of American History features unique, awesome displays of Americana, such as Julia Child’s kitchen! The National Geographic Museum is around the corner, with rotating exhibits that highlight fascinating explorations and expeditions. For pure fun, stroll through Madame Tussaud’s, where you’ll come up close with life-sized replicas of famous Americans.
We could go on forever, as the list of nearby attractions is endless. In sum, Washington, DC, offers a wealth of historic and cultural sites, and our eye doctors are devoted to making sure that you see it all clearly!
Washington, DC 20006
There is parking in the building garage which is accessed from "I" (EYE) Street.
- Monday: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
- Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
- Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
- Thursday: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
- Friday: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
We will close at 1:00 PM each day until March 27