It's been 60 years since the creation of the iconic Routemaster, 75 years since the launch of the RT-Type bus and 100 years since the world's first mass-produced motor bus, the B-Type 'Battle Bus' that carried soldiers to the frontline during the First World War.
Hop on and off, join in philosophical discussions at London landmarks, and only pay with your thoughts.
10.15am-11.15am London Transport Museum - Mind the Planet, environmental ethics, Did you know that Tfl has the greenest bus fleet in Europe?
Bus travels to the Embankment and parks by the river.
11.45am-12.45pm Is the Thames...the Thames? - Metaphysical questions around identity and change with Angie Hobbs, Professor of the Public Understanding of Philosophy Sheffield University.
Where: Westbound on Victoria Embankment at Bus Stop Y ‘Embankment Station’
Bus has lunch! Then drives to the Tate Britain.
1.45pm-2.45pm Tate Britain: what is art? what is beauty? Surely someone here must know! Performance by spoken word artist Charlie Dupre aesthetics
Where: Southbound on Millbank at Bus Stop R ‘Tate Britain’/Millbank Millennium Pier
Bus travels to Hyde Park Corner.
3.15pm-4pm Speakers Corner - A.C. Grayling, Master of the New College of Humanities, ‘Philosophy’s Two Great Questions’ followed by Q&A.
Where: Northbound on Park Lane at Bus Stop W ‘Marble Arch’
All are welcome - we will be running two enquiries at each stop, one of the top of the bus for young people (recommended ages 7-12) and one on the ground floor for anyone above the age of 13!
You are welcome to stay with us on the bus all day, and travel with us to each of the locations - but you'll need to register for each of the events separately.