Single Location

275 Bicentennial Hwy

Lower Level, Suite 101

Springfield, MA 01118 US

(413) 796-3316

(413) 782-7483

COVID-19 UPDATE as of 06/01/2021

The Optical Shoppe is currently open for walk-in service, Monday through Friday, from 9am until 4pm. If you need to visit us before or after walk-in hours, please contact us to schedule an appointment at a convenient time. B.E.C. OPTICAL is considered an optical goods retail store as well as a healthcare facility. MASKS ARE REQUIRED when visiting the Shoppe. Measures we have taken to reopen and operate safely are in line with our state, local and industry guidelines. Please know that the safety of our patients, employees, and their respective families, is the single most important factor prompting these necessary changes as we move forward together. We apologize for any inconvenience you may have experienced due to protocol changes as well as any delays in reaching us caused by extremely high call volumes. THANK YOU for your patience and understanding throughout these unprecedented times. HEALTHY WISHES to you all - SEE you soon! (For updates, please check back here or on Facebook.com/becoptical. You may also email us with questions at [email protected])

Welcome to Baystate Eye Care Optical Shoppe
Your Premiere Optician in Springfield, MA

Call us at (413) 796-3316 today.

Welcome to Baystate Eye Care Optical Shoppe in Springfield, Massachusetts. Our knowledgeable, experienced opticians strive to provide the absolute finest in optical services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our opticians and services.

B. E. C. Optical is a full service optical store with an on-site finishing lab run by our highly skilled opticians. Customers throughout Western Massachusetts and beyond come to Baystate Eye Care Optical Shoppe because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation. Our team is dedicated to keeping our patients well-informed, comfortable and personally involved in making decisions about their eye care and eyewear needs at all times.

Our Approach to Optical

We are dedicated to providing high-quality optical services in an inviting, friendly atmosphere. Our one-on-one approach to eye care makes the B. E. C. Optical staff the opticians of choice in the Greater Springfield area. We look forward to meeting you on your journey to better vision and becoming a member of our B.E.C. patient family. 

Please call us at (413) 796-3316 with any questions or for more information. You can also stop in to browse our frame selections and meet our optical team in person. SEE you soon!

Carolyn Gerena, R.D.O., A.B.O.C., F.N.A.O.
MA Licensed Optician

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275 Bicentennial Hwy
Springfield, MA 01118

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Baystate Eye Care Optical Shoppe is the best at what they do and make you feel right at home."
    Randy P. / Springfield, MA
  • "Ten stars rating prices are great:) my son and I are very picky when it comes to get glasses . Very helpful , relaxing, Clean and more to say"
    Anthony Pieczarka
  • "Amazing place to go! Especially with little children. The girl was great with my son. And he loves his glasses so much!"
    RoseMary Gennett

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Optical Shoppe REGULAR Business Hours

Appointments no longer NEEDED during Walk-In Hours but other more EXTENDED HOURS are available by appointment. PLEASE NOTE: Masks required.

Baystate Eye Care Optical Shoppe

Monday:

Walk-In/No Appointment: 9am - 4pm

Tuesday:

Walk-In/No Appointment: 9am - 4pm

Wednesday:

Walk-In/No Appointment: 9am - 4pm

Thursday:

Walk-In/No Appointment: 9am - 4pm

Friday:

Walk-In/No Appointment: 9am - 4pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed