WhereFilmed

Where was Stargate SG-1 filmed

Poster Stargate SG-1 1997

1997, #Adventure #Action #Drama
Filming country: #USA #Canada

Stargate SG-1 was filmed in Vancouver & Britannia Beach in Canada and in the United States of America.

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Reclaimed Gravel Pit (LSCR)

Unnamed Road, North Vancouver, BC V7J, Canada

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Former Rider's Sushi & Cafe

2395 Boundary Road, Vancouver, BC V5M 3Z5, Canada

Scene where Daniel meets with Sheila, wife of the missing Alex Jameson in episode 9x07 “Ex Deus Machina”.

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The Palisades (West Tower)

1288 Alberni Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 1A6, Canada

Scene where Teal'c and Eamon sneak into the Tech Con building disguised by employees and break into the computers in episode 7x08 “Space Race”.

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Mid-Valley Viewpoint (LSCR)

Rice Lake Road, North Vancouver, BC V7K 3B2, Canada

Scene where Daniel and Dr. Lee are held by some extremists who captured them while searching some ruins in episode 7x12 “Evolution: Part 2”.

Scene was shot A viewpoint halfway up the Lower Seymour Conservation Area with great views of the surrounding mountains and valley below.

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Gillies Quarry

4101-4195 Quarry Road, Coquitlam, BC V3E, Canada

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Sunset Beach Park

Sunset Beach Park, Seaside Bicycle Route, Vancouver, BC V6E 1V3, Canada

Scene where Jack calls Daniel while Maybourne gets a hot dog in episode 4x15 “Chain Reaction”.

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Port Mann Power Station

14300 117th Ave., Surrey, BC

Scene where SG-1 runs some SGC recruits when they receive a call about a foothold situation in episode 5x13 “Proving Ground”.

Scene was shot The former turbine hall of a gas power station nestles between the South Fraser Perimeter Road and the Port Mann rail yard.

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George Pearson Hospital

601 West 59th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6P 6M7, Canada

Scene where Teal'c is treated for his injuries during his firefighter vision in episode 6x19 “The Changeling”.

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The Bridge Studios

2400 Boundary Rd, Burnaby, BC V5M 3Z3, Canada

Scene where Jack visits the film studio where Martin Lloyd is producing the television series based off the Stargate program in episode 5x12 “Wormhole X-Treme!”. The Wormhole X-Treme! set is seen again in episode 10x06 “200”.

Scene was shot The Bridge Studios started its life as a factory for the Dominion Bridge Company where pieces of the Lions Gate Bridge and many other bridges around Vancouver were constructed. The company vacated the factory in the 1970s and it was used for film productions for a number of years before being properly converted into a film studio in 1987.

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Dave's Fish & Chips

3460 Moncton Street, Richmond, BC V7E 3A3, Canada

Scene where SG-1 has breakfast at a diner and discusses their investigation in episode 6x05 “Nightwalkers”.

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Former Richmond Sand Dunes

14960 Triangle Road, Richmond, BC V6W, Canada

Scene where Using the memories of Jolinar, SG-1 travels to a planet containing a Tok'ra base in episode 2x11 “The Tok'ra: Part 1”. The Goa'uld attack the base in episode 2x12 “The Tok'ra: Part 2”.

Scene was shot This former massive sand storage lot was used frequently in productions when a desert or other sandy location was required. The amount of sand gradually decreased over the years and the whole facility was replaced with warehouses around 2007.

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3144 Fairmont Road

3144 Fairmont Road, North Vancouver, BC V7R 2R6, Canada

Scene where The team holds a wake for Daniel when they believe him dead in episode 1x12 “Fire and Water”. Jack is sitting at his home after getting thrown out of the Stargate program when is approached by Maybourne in episode 3x18 “Shades of Grey”. The team searches Jack's house with a younger version of himself in episode 7x03 “Fragile Balance”.

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Accent Inn (Burnaby)

3777 Henning Drive, Burnaby, BC V5C 6M2, Canada

Scene where Senator Kinsey is leaving his hotel when he is shot by someone who looks suspiciously like Jack in episode 6x14 “Smoke & Mirrors”.

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Caretaker's Cottage (Murdo Frazer Park)

2720 Pemberton Avenue, North Vancouver, BC V7R 1C9, Canada

Scene where Jack and Teal'c are relaxing on the dock when Teal'c receives a call from Daniel about the Goa'uld symbols in episode 4x13 “The Curse”. Sam visits Jack to convince him to help them stop the Aschen in episode 4x16 “2010”. Mitchell and Landry spend time at the cabin in episode 10x05 “Uninvited”.

Scene was shot A small log cottage in the hidden Murdo Frazer Park in North Vancouver sits next to beautiful lake and is surrounded on all sides by tall trees. You wouldn’t even know it is surrounded by houses and located a block from the highway.

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Crease Clinic (Riverview Hospital)

2601 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, BC V3C 5X9, Canada

Scene where Sam is taken to an abandoned hospital and her body's reaction to Jolinar is studied in episode 5x11 “Desperate Measures”.

Scene was shot This building opened in 1934 as a veterans treatment center for veterans of the First World War. This included the main building as well as the separate Veterans Dining Block. The main building was expanded in 1945 and reopened in 1949 as the Crease Clinic of Psychological Medicine, a short-term psychological treatment center. Now used almost exclusively for film production.

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Landmark Aviation (west building) (YVR)

4360 Agar Drive, Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Richmond, BC V7B 1A3, Canada

Scene where Jack and Sam take the newly completed X-302 to try and get help in episode 6x01 “Redemption: Part 1”. Jack prepares to leave with the X-302 in episode 6x02 “Redemption: Part 2”.

Scene was shot Formerly Piedmont Hawthorne.

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Rosemary Mansion

3689 Selkirk Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 1W5, Canada

Scene where Jack and Maybourne break into the safe house and find out what the captured Goa'uld knows in episode 5x14 “48 Hours”. Kinsey is taken to a N.I.D. safe house in episode 8x14 “Full Alert”.

Scene was shot A Tudor Revival mansion building for whiskey baron Edward Tulk in 1915. Now a privately owned residence and a Vancouver heritage building.

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North 40 Dog Park

Quebec Crescent, Delta, BC V4K, Canada

Scene where The chase ends with Mitchell being shot and Vala steels someone's car in episode 10x08 “Memento Mori”.

Scene was shot Located atop the remnants of an old WWII army base, North 40 is a large off-leash dog park located adjacent to the Boundary Bay Airport which is popular with productions for its easily controlled streets and variety of overgrown paths. The roads were originally part of the Vancouver Wireless Station, built for the Canadian Army Signal Corps during WWII and in operation until 1971.

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Heritage Hall

3102 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V5T 3G7, Canada

Scene where Carter attends a celebration after saving the planet from the Ori in an alternate universe in episode 10x13 “The Road Not Taken”.

Scene was shot Built in 1916 as a post office in the Beaux Arts style, Heritage Hall is now a community arts venue. A Vancouver heritage building.

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Westminster Boiler & Tank Company, Ltd.

118 11th Street, New Westminster, BC V3M 4G9, Canada

Scene where The rogue N.I.D. agents take Daniel to their base of operations in episode 8x07 “Affinity”. Vala is taken here by trust agents and has her memory erased in episode 10x08 “Memento Mori”.

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Bordertown

224 St & 144 Ave, Maple Ridge, BC V4R 2P8, Canada

Scene where Jack is trapped on a planet when the Stargate is buried by a meteor in episode 3x17 “A Hundred Days”.

Scene was shot Bordertown is a thousand acres movie ranch and fake western town constructed for a 1989 TV show also called Bordertown. The ranch consists of a western-themed main street with several buildings including a jail, saloon, general store, and barn.

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Mountain View Cemetery

Mountain View Cemetery, 5455 Fraser St, Vancouver, BC V5W 2Z3, Canada

Scene where Daniel gives the eulogy at Catherine Langford's funeral in episode 8x19 “Moebius: Part 1”.

Scene was shot The only cemetery in the city of Vancouver, Mountain View Cemetery opened in 1886 and contains the remains of ver 145,000 people.

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6742 224 Street

6742 224 Street, Langley, BC V2Y 2K5, Canada

Scene where Jack and Teal'c are forces to relive a botched operation of Jack's in episode 2x04 “The Gamekeeper”.

Scene was shot This home and surrounding farm in Langley is popular with productions for its old style architecture and remote looking environment.

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Boundary Bay Regional Airport

Boundary Bay Airport (YDT), 7750 Montreal St, Delta, BC V4K 0A7, Canada

Scene where SG-1 tracks the second Stargate and stolen Touchstone to a secret N.I.D. hanger in Southern Utah in episode 2x14 “Touchstone”.

Scene was shot Boundary Bay Airport is a small airport for corporate and private aircraft featuring a number of small hangers and a newly constructed terminal.

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Plaza of Nations

760 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R8, Canada

Scene where Stargate terminal in the future in episode 4x16 “2010”.

Scene was shot The Plaza of Nations is an entertainment and events complex constructed for Expo '86. The original sheltered plaza was large enough to house 4,500 people for performances and hosted a number of high-profile artists before being demolished in 2007 due to safety concerns. Currently only two of the original structures remain, the main glass building currently housing Edgewater Casino and the office building at 750 Pacific Boulevard.

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Spur 7 Beach (LSCR)

Mountain Highway, North Vancouver, BC V7K 3B2, Canada

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Scene was shot Located far up the Lower Seymour River is this gentle bend surrounded by rocky shores. Unlike most places along the river, the wide banks clear of trees make the location ideal for filming and the nearby access road makes it extremely accessible despite its apparent remoteness.

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Academic Quadrangle (SFU)

8888 University Drive, Burnaby, B.C. Canada V5A 1S6

Scene where SG-1 is invited to the newly constructed Tollan world to participate in a trial of Klorel in episode 3x15 “Pretense”. The team travels here to attend the funeral of Omac and talk to the new Tollan rulers in episode 5x09 “Between Two Fires”.

Scene was shot Simon Fraser University's Academic Quadrangle is a thin two-story classroom facility elevated off the ground with a fountain and green areas in the middle. The entire campus is constructed from unadorned concrete which gives it a very distinct and out of this world look.

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Hycroft Mansion

1489 McRae Ave, Vancouver, BC V6H 3K3, Canada

Scene where Sam & her future husband Joe have breakfast and talk about their efforts to have kids in episode 4x16 “2010”.

Scene was shot Built for General Alexander Duncan McRae in 1909, the mansion currently is home to the University Women's Club of Vancouver. A Vancouver heritage building.

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Gravel Pit near Mid-Valley Viewpoint (LSCR)

Rice Lake Road, North Vancouver, BC V7K 3B2, Canada

Scene where K'tano leads and trains a group of free Jaffa in episode 5x18 “The Warrior”.

Scene was shot Reclaimed gravel pit, now mostly overgrown with new trees.

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1025 Grand Boulevard West

1025 Grand Boulevard West, North Vancouver, BC V7L, Canada

Scene where After getting her mail, Sam returns to her home and encounters an alien in episode 5x03 “Ascension”. Sam and Pete spend time together at her home in episode 7x15 “Chimera”.

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Boulevard Park

E Keith Rd & E Grand Blvd, North Vancouver, BC V7L, Canada

Scene where Orlin tells Sam about the fate of Velona and his role in its downfall in episode 5x03 “Ascension”. Sam and Pete talk while walking back to her house in episode 7x15 “Chimera”.

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Kensington Place

1386 Nicola Street, Vancouver, BC V6G 2G1, Canada

Scene where Teal'c stops some thugs from attacking a man who was involved in a car crash with them in episode 8x07 “Affinity”.

Scene was shot A Vancouver heritage apartment building constructed in 1912.

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Powertech Labs

12388 88 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3W 3J4, Canada

Scene where SG-1 arrives on Hebridan and views Warrick's ship, The Seberus, in episode 7x08 “Space Race”.

Scene was shot A testing laboratory for electrical equipment run by Powertech, a subsidiary of BC Hydro.

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Pitt Meadows Regional Airport

18799 Airport Way, Pitt Meadows Regional Airport (YPK), Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 0A7, Canada

Scene where The team gathers to observe a demonstration of the new X-301 fighter in episode 4x12 “Tangent”. The team boards Selmak's transport ship in episode 4x14 “The Serpent's Venom”.

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959 Groveland Road

959 Groveland Road, West Vancouver, BC V7S 1T2, Canada

Scene where Jack and Maybourne visit Kinsey's house during a party and use his computer to access N.I.D. files in episode 4x15 “Chain Reaction”.

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Mental Health Building (BC Children's Hospital)

4750 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 2N9, Canada

Scene where The refugees from Nassya are treated at this hospital in episode 2x02 “In the Line of Duty”.

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Seaforth Armoury

1650 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6J 3G4, Canada

Scene where SG-1 tracks the Stargate to a military warehouse and use it to travel back to the future in episode 2x21 “1969”.

Scene was shot A Canadian Forces armory built in 1936 to house The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada. Now houses two Cadet units and an official Canadian Forces museum. Became a Vancouver heritage building in 1997.

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British Columbia Showcase

800 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z, Canada

Scene where Bar where Jack is approached by a reporter looking into the Stargate program in episode 2x09 “Secrets”.

Scene was shot Formerly the Old Bailiff bar.

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2400 Court Motel

2400 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5R 5G9, Canada

Scene where The team stays in a motel while investigating the strange occurrences in the town in episode 6x05 “Nightwalkers”.

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Former Fantasy Gardens

Steveston Hwy & No 5 Rd, Richmond, BC V7A 4E7, Canada

Scene where SG-1 arrives on a planet to find the people disappearing and getting their memories altered in episode 7x05 “Revisions”.

Scene was shot The Fantasy Garden World started its life as a small amusement park in the early 70s. The park was purchased by B.C. premier Bill Vander Zalm in 1984 who set up a Christian theme to the park and used it as his personal home. Accusations that the park was a conflict of interest led to Zalm's resignation in 1991 and sale of the park shortly thereafter. The front of the park consisted of a small medieval-style village fronted by a miniature recreation of the Netherlands' Coevorden Castle, ancestral home of Captain George Vancouver. The rear of the park contained the Biblical Gardens filled with a number of religious icons. In 2010 the village was torn down to make room for a condo development leaving only the Dutch castle and part of the gardens on the site.

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East Lawn Building (Riverview Hospital)

2601 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam, BC V3C 5X9, Canada

Scene where Vala is taken by some fake SG-1 officers after talking with the police in episode 10x08 “Memento Mori”.

Scene was shot The East Lawn Building opened in 1930 and housed the Chronic Female Unit and is the largest building at Riverview. The building was designed to house 675 patients but by the 50s its had over 1,400. The building was closed down in 2005 and has been used by film productions since then.

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Vancouver Central Library

350 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 6B1

Scene where Sam visits McKay and attempts to get his help getting back to her dimension in episode 10x13 “The Road Not Taken”.

Scene was shot Completed in 1995, the Vancouver Public Library’s Central Branch takes up a whole city block in downtown and was designed by Moshe Safdie of DA Architects. The large central atrium is surrounded by the library on one side and several stories of reading spaces on the other. Attached to the main building is a 21-story office tower and retail space.

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Burnaby Central Park

Burnaby Central Park, Burnaby, BC V5S 3R2, Canada

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Scene was shot This large park was founded in 1891 on the border between Burnaby and Vancouver. The woods were originally set aside to serve as a source of masts and spars for the Royal Navy which helped preserve the area from development before it became a park.

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Bloedel Conservatory (Queen Elizabeth Park)

4600 Cambie Street, Vancouver, BC V5Y, Canada

Scene where SG-1 is placed inside a virtual reality device in episode 2x04 “The Gamekeeper”.

Scene was shot First conceived of for Canada’s centennial celebration, the conservatory was built in 1969 atop a reservoir at Vancouver’s highest point. The triodetic dome is 140 feet in diameter and 70 fee high and contains over 200 bird species and 500 plant species.

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Terminal City Iron Works

1909 Franklin St, Vancouver, BC V5L 4C5, Canada

Scene where SG-1 investigates a mass murder at a secret N.I.D. facility in Los Angeles in episode 7x19 “Resurrection”.

Scene was shot This former manufacturing plant was used for many years as a popular filming location because of its gritty appearance. The location was complete with streets, alleys, warehouses, and rooftop paths. Demolished for new development in the summer of 2015.

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