Wells - Vision Express Opticians

43 High Street
Wells
Somerset
BA5 2AE

Opening hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
09:00-17:30
09:00-17:30
09:00-17:30
09:00-17:30
09:00-17:30
09:00-17:30
Closed

Store facilities and services

  • Free eye test
  • Free contact lens trial
  • Digital retinal photography
  • Glasses repairs

By car:

From M5 South, at J23 take A39 towards Glastonbury and Wells.  Continue to follow signs for A39 into Wells and park in any city centre car park

From M5 North, at J15 take M4 towards London, J19 take M32 towards Bristol.  At the end of M32 keep in left hand lane following signs for A4/A37 Bath, Shepton Mallet and Wells.  At the roundabout stay in the central lane following signs for A37 Shepton Mallet and Wells.  Continue on A37 until Farrington Gurney, straight ahead at traffic lights and at the top of the hill continue straight ahead on A39 into Wells and park in any city centre car park.

From East, M3 J8 onto A303 towards Andover.  Continue on A303 to Deptford Junction and take A36 towards Warminster.  At Cley Hill roundabout take 1st exit onto A362 towards Frome.  At T junction turn left onto A361 and continue to follow this road through Shepton Mallet town centre.  At the mini roundabout go straight across onto A371 which will take you into Wells and park in any of the city centre car parks.

From any car park follow signs to the High Street.  Vision Express is situated next to the pedestrian crossing down the hill from the Cathedral, next to WH Smith and on the opposite side of the road from Starbucks and Waterstones.

By train :

The nearest station is Castle Cary which has a bus service into Wells.  More frequent trains arrive at Bath and Bristol and again they have bus services to the City

By bus:

From the main Bus Depot follow signs across the car park for the City Centre and Cathedral, at the T junction  cross the road and turn left, follow the road as it bears to your right.  Continue up the High Street and Vision Express is on your right after WH Smith.