Coventry City fans have the chance to get on board the iconic open-top bus that paraded the team through the streets after they won the FA Cup 30 years ago.
It's the first time the bus will be open to the public, at the Coventry Transport Museum.
They say original audio and TV footage will be piped through speakers and screens while people are on the bus.
Coventry beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 at Wembley, back in 1987.
The bus is open to the public just for today, between 10am and 4.30pm.
Cyrille Regis was one of the Coventry City players on 16 May 1987:
The original bus is a 1973 Daimler Fleetline, which arrived at the museum a few weeks before the Wembley final.
Technicians in the workshop, who clearly sensed a Coventry victory, converted the bus to make it open-top, and painted it Sky Blue.
And on the night of the final, when Brian Kilcline was lifting the famous trophy, the 'Winners' was added to the paintwork. And it was so fresh, it wasn't yet dry the next day, when the team toured the city on the bus.