Places on Earth

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As home planet to Stargate Command and most of its personnel, several locations on the "Tau'ri" or first world have appeared on Stargate: SG-1. Although several places were in unspecified locations, if a place was named, it is listed below.




  • A country in Africa
  • Giza — site where a Stargate was discovered by Catherine Langford's father in 1928. Later where the Nazis recovered a DHD, eventually confiscated by the Russians (Stargate: The Movie).
  • where the 1931 Steward expedition uncovered the tomb of Isis and Osiris, and where Osiris fled to reach a hidden ship and escape the planet (4.14 "The Curse").


  • Avalon — caves under Glastonbury Tor where Merlin stored his research and riches until those who could solve his riddles would be rewarded (9.01 "Avalon Part 1").





  • Country in North America; location where the Goa'uld Hathor was discovered in a sarcophagus in a Mayan temple (1.14 "Hathor").


  • Country that transects Europe and Asia continents. Former rival and suspicious ally of the United States, Russia recovered the Giza Stargate from the ocean and started their own program in a silo in an unnamed location. They later agreed to cease their program and eventually leased the Stargate to the USA (4.07 "Watergate" and subsequent episodes).


United States

A country in North America and home to Stargate Command, as well as home nation for many of its personnel, including SG-1. Below are locations separated by state.




  • Los Angeles — where the rogue NID had a safehouse in which they conducted experiments on symbiote clones, resulting in Anna (7.19 "Resurrection").


  • Colorado Springs — city in Colorado and closest civilization to Cheyenne Mountain/Stargate Command. Many of the base personnel, including SG-1 live here. Also location of O'Malley's Bar and Grill and Il Fiore Bianco Ristorante Italiano among other spots.
  • Cheyenne Mountain AKA Area 52 — military base that is/was the home of NORAD and the super-secret program of Stargate Command (SGC) Base.
  • Peterson Air Force Base — United States Air Force Base in close proximity to Cheyenne Mountain and Colorado Springs.
  • Silver Creek — town near where O'Neill's cabin was said to be located when SG-1 and Hank Landry went there for downtime 10.05 "Uninvited" (see also, Minnesota).








  • Area 51 — a restricted part of Nellis Air Force Base where research and development is done on alien technology found by Stargate Command.

New York

  • New York Metropolitan Museum of Art — presumably in New York City, location where a young Daniel Jackson witnessed his parents dying under an exhibit collapse they were setting up (2.04 "The Game Keeper").
  • Woodstock — small region where Michael and Jenny were headed to a concert in 1969 before being sidelined by a time traveling SG-1's quest.





  • not to be confused with Washington, D. C., the state of Washington is in the Northwestern corner of the contiguous United States.
  • Unknown location — where Seth maintained his cult of followers (3.02 "Seth").

Washington, D.C region

  • Washington, D.C. is the national capital of the United States
  • Bethesda — located in neighboring state of Maryland, was location of private military contractors, including one of the Trust companies headed by Ba'al (9.07 "Ex Deus Machina").
  • Pentagon — technically located in neighboring Virginia, the Pentagon is the headquarters for all the United States military, including the office of Homeworld Security and the civilian oversight NID.
  • White House — home and office of the President of the United States


--Aurora 07:45, 20 September 2006 (PDT)