Located in downtown Fulton, VisionArts Eyecare Center has been serving as the leading eye doctors in Missouri’s Fulton and Callaway County area, Jefferson City, MO Columbia, MO and Mexico, MO for more than 50 years.
Welcome to VisionArts Eyecare Center serving Fulton and Callaway County.
Fulton, MO 65251
- Monday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Tuesday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Wednesday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Thursday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Friday:9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
See the Sites of Mexico, MO and Columbia, MO
We Provide Audrain County & Boone County with Healthy Vision!
Not to be confused with the countries south of the United States – Columbia, Missouri, and Mexico, Missouri, are only a short drive from our optometry practice in Fulton, MO! Our eye doctors are pleased to serve residents of these nearby cities with excellent eye care. We have been providing Missouri with first-rate vision care for over 50 years, and we look forward to serving you!
We offer whatever you need for healthy eyes and sharp vision. With the latest technology and diagnostics, our optometrists will perform comprehensive eye exams for every member of your family. Patients of all ages are welcome; contact us to reserve children’s eye exams and geriatric eye exams. If you are diagnosed with an eye disease, our experts will provide progressive, compassionate treatment.
Do you need eyeglasses or contact lenses? It’s worth the ride from Mexico, MO, and Columbia, MO, to browse our fantastic optical collection! We have designer eyeglasses and contact lenses for everyone, including hard-to-fit vision conditions. If you’re tired of wearing eyewear, ask us about LASIK! We offer convenient co-management for this popular laser procedure. No matter what you’re looking for, we are dedicated to optimal customer satisfaction and a lasting relationship with our patients.
Heritage of Mexico, MO
Located north of our office, Mexico, MO, is rich in the history of the region. To view our local heritage, we recommend visiting the fascinating sites of the Audrain County Historical Society. One notable example is the American Saddlebred Horse Museum, which stands proudly as the oldest horse museum in the country. Exhibits include an interesting display of equestrian items. You’ll get to know Tom Bass, the famous black horseman, and pay tribute to Rex McDonald, the famed invincible horse who is buried on the grounds. The renovated Graceland Museum, home to Col. Grant during the early Civil War, the Audrain County School and County Church (all circa 1900) will also delight Americana history buffs. Residents of Mexico, MO, still reserve the Church for weddings and community events.
Cultural Columbia, MO
If we head west, we reach the rolling hills of Columbia, MO, a lively college town that’s home to the University of Missouri. There is a variety of amazing cultural venues in this trendy area. Catch a performance of the Columbia Civic Orchestra to enjoy lovely music. This symphony performs around the city at different facilities, including at the majestic Missouri Theatre. To appreciate visual arts, look around the non-profit art gallery of the Columbia Art League. You can tour alone or join a guided tour of the local artworks.
Area Parks & Recreation
Outdoors enthusiasts have no shortage of attractions in Mexico and Columbia, Missouri. Lakeview Park offers 61.2 acres of land in Mexico, MO, with walking and jogging trails, a fishing lake, horseshoes, colorful wildflower gardens, basketball court, playground and plenty of picnic areas. Serious hikers should lace up and walk the trails of Rock Bridge Memorial State Park, in Columbia, MO. This massive state park has a huge system of caves, intriguing rock bridge and several sinkholes to explore. If you’re in the mood for a planned landscape experience, check out Shelter Gardens. This award-winning garden is behind the corporate headquarters of Shelter Insurance. Not only is it a magnificent site for taking pictures, it also has a unique sensory garden made for visually impaired visitors.
Fresh, Local Food
When all the fresh Missouri air creates an appetite and you’re looking for a bite to eat, we encourage you to browse the Boone County Farmers Market. You’ll discover garden-fresh produce, fresh locally sourced products, and a range of delectable baked goods. To refuel for the rest of your day, then head to Columbia, MO’s, favorite specialty coffee shop, Kaldi’s Coffee. In addition to traditionally roasted brews, Kaldi’s also serves a contemporary restaurant menu of tasty food.
VisionArts Eyecare Center is only a short drive from Mexico and Columbia, and we can’t wait to serve you with outstanding services for your eyes!