Welcome to Tutt Street Optometry

Tutt Street Optometry provides complete eye care for your family. Located in Kelowna, BC, our team of eight Doctors of Optometry are committed to providing comprehensive testing, diagnosis and treatment options to suit your individual eye care needs.

In addition, we offer multiple options to help you find the right solution for your eye wear needs.  A fantastic Optical Store featuring brands like Rayban, Fendi, Coach, OGA, Fysh and many more.  Sunglass Cove with over 175 sun frames including Oakley, Maui Jim & Zeal.  We have an on-site lab providing detailed service.  Kids frames.  Our contact lens webstore providing online ordering and convenient home delivery of your contacts.  And, “All-in” lens and frame packages starting @ $139.

Here's what one of our patients recently wrote to us:

I have been going to Dr. Wallace since the year we arrived in Kelowna and have had such good service that I would not even consider going anywhere else. Dr. Wallace and staff have been good at getting me in for emergency appointments when needed. Dr. Wallace is so patient at answering all my questions and I have never felt that I am being rushed through an appointment. It is good to have someone who will listen and answer all of my concerns...I could not be happier with the service with a smile.,,,E.S., Jan. 2015

Great Eyes.  Great Stories.  What’s your Story?

Annually, the eye doctors and staff at Tutt Street Optometry celebrate UV Groovy Days by giving away free sunglasses to children, promoting the value of protecting children’s eyes from damaging UV Rays. Watch tthis video of Groovy Days 2014


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Hours & Location

Tutt Street Optometry

2918 Tutt St.
Kelowna, BC V1Y 8Z5
Phone: 250-762-3309
Emergency Contact: In case of emergency, please phone our office at the number listed above and follow the instructions.

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This month we focus on the New Zeiss OCT Scanner which is mainly used to investigate, diagnose and monitor glaucoma and macular disease by creating high resolution images of the eye.