Salt Lake City is Utah's capital and home to the 2002 Winter Olympics. Salt Lake City was founded in 1847 by Mormon pioneers and is the headquarters for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Mormon Temple and church buildings are popular tourist destinations and downtown Salt Lake City hosts a variety of festivals and entertainment. A day can easily be spent browsing the shops at the Gateway, touring Temple Square, sampling a great variety of ethnic fair, and checking out the nightlife on Main Street. Although known for its strict liquor laws, Salt Lake City has a surprisingly diverse selection of nightlife options including piano bars, pubs, and martini bars. Getting around the City Center is quite simple. The streets of Salt Lake are easy to navigate once you figure out the cities unique grid system. Also, rides on city busses and Trax, Salt Lake's light-rail system, are free in the downtown area.