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We carry an extensive selection of eyeglasses and sunglasses in a wide range of prices. From Designers to Basics, Trendy to Timeless, Mavericks to Classics, Wild to Wonderful...

Allow us to help you find your personal statement.

"We Fit Your Style …C

THE OPTICAL WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY, JULY 4, REOPENING ON TUESDAY JULY 5.  HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY.  

The Optical is working by appointment only for all services.  This will ensure proper distancing and allow time for extra disinfecting.  Please call 952.920.5050 to schedule. 

Walk-Ins will be taken as time and space permit.

We are open Monday thru Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  

The Optical staff are fully vaccinated and boosted.

As a healthcare facility, masks are required for entrance.  If you require someone to be with you, we will allow one additional person to accompany you.  

Entry into the store will be through the 50th Street, inside mall entrance.  Clients will exit through the Lunds parking lot side door.  

We are taking the health and safety of our clients and staff very seriously.  We appreciate your business very much and look forward to continued good health for all of us.  

Welcome to
The Optical at 50th and France

Your Favorite Optical

Call us at 952-920-5050 today.

The Optical at 50th and France is an independent, locally-owned small business in Edina, Minnesota. Our dedicated team strives to provide the finest in optical products and services in a fun and comfortable setting. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about us, or better yet, stop in to see us in person!

Clients throughout the Twin Cities come to The Optical at 50th and France because they know they will be treated with the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation. We are affiliated with the Edina Eye Clinic and we also accept current prescriptions from other clinics.

The Optical at 50th and France | 952-920-5050
3939 W 50th Street, #104
Edina, MN 55424

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Testimonial

  • "The Optical has a great selection of frames - fun, unusual, funky, and classic styles. But the real strength lies in the staff. They know what suits you, what looks great on you and how to get you the best fit. The atmosphere is fun, the space is tidy and efficient and it is an all-around enjoyable experience to get glasses there."
    Krista H. / Edina, MN

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