Keighley Bus Museum Trust is staging an open day on Sunday.
Visitors are invited to view the collection at the charity’s Riverside Depot, off Dalton Lane, between 10am and 4pm.
There will also be a chance for people to travel on one of the vehicles that will be providing a free service linking the bus museum, the Museum of Rail Travel, Ingrow Loco, Cliffe Castle and East Riddlesden Hall.
The bus museum was founded at Denholme more than 20 years ago, with 14 privately-owned vehicles.
Now the collection totals about 60, half of which is owned by – or on long-term loan to – the trust.
A spokesman said: “This is the first of three open days planned this year.
“Some new vehicles have appeared during the winter, and people will also be able to see some restorations we’ve been working on.”
Admission to the event is £2 for adults and £1 for children. Trust members are admitted free. Call 01282 413179.