For the first time visitor, and for many people who spend their lives endlessly going up and down the escalators in the landmark Bristol store, Primark in Broadmead is big enough.
But the clothes store has announced that the biggest Primark store in the world is going to open in less than six weeks' time.
And for those for whom the store in Bristol simply isn't big enough, it's opening just 70 miles and more than an hour away from the M5 in Birmingham
Thanks to our colleagues at BirminghamLive, here's a look at the store is taking shape.
For those who know Birmingham city center, Primark have completely rebuilt an entire shopping center ̵[ads1]1; the Pavilions – but kept the giant entrance hall.
But the store itself will be so big it will have almost 1,000 employees when it opens in just 43 days' time.
Customers will be able to do everything from getting their browsers and nails done – and there will be an in-house barbers too.
A Primark spokesperson said today: “We confirm plans to open our new flagship store in Birmingham, on April 11 , 2019.
"The store, Primark Birmingham High Street, will be our largest date and 187 in the UK.
" It will feature the latest contemporary shop fit and an enhanced customer experience across 160,100 sq ft of retail space and five floors of fashion.
"The store will create more than 500 new jobs, while 430 colleagues will transfer from our existing location in Birmingham. "
" The store will have the latest trends in womenswear, menswear and kidswear including footwear and accessories, as well as lingerie, beauty and homeware, "said the spokesman.
"In addition to amazing fashion at amazing prices, this store will have many new features.
" They will include Primark's largest ever beauty studio for nails, makeup up, hair, eyebrows and lashes, a barbers and three Unique and amazing dining experiences. to welcoming our customers to the store. ”
The H&M owned Monki brand opened on the ground floor, Waterstones end of the site on December 19, 2019
Building the new store as long as Brexit!
The Pavilions closed on 20 May 2016, just 34 days before the nation voted to leave the EU on June 23.
If Primark opens on April 11, which will be exactly 13 days after Britain is due to leave Europe behind – on March 29, 2019.