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The Three Sisters

You’ll find us in the heart of the Cowgate in Edinburgh’s Old Town. The Three Sisters is one of Edinburgh’s most famous bars, well known for its beer garden and 225’’ screen to catch all the sporting action. By night, you can expect a party atmosphere like no other with entertainment 7 nights a week.
1621

Tailor’s Hall

Building was built for the incorporation of Tailor’s

1638

The National Covenant

The National Covenant was drafted by 300 church ministers. The document deprecated the interface of King Charles I in the affairs of the Scottish Church

1649

King Charles

Following the execution of King Charles, the building was used by Oliver Cromwell to administer the forfeited estates of Scottish Royalists

1741

3 Sisters

The building became a theatre. MacKinnon Sisters?

1757

Maggies's Chamber

Top floor of the building was added, now known as Maggie’s Chamber

1925

Argyle Brewery

The building was used as a granary for the old Argyle Brewery

1998

Our Doors Open

The Three Sisters was born