The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be visiting New Tredegar on Thursday, July 4.
The Prince and Duchess will pay a visit to the Winding House Museum, which houses a fully restored Victorian winding engine.
There, they will meet a local craft group and view their work.
Prince Charles and the Duchess will also visit White Rose Primary School to meet with pupils and staff, who have been working on literacy and healthy eating projects.
The school has also been involved in a song-writing project with Only Men Aloud. The project, called ‘Aloud in the Classroom,’ is a pilot project that could be set to reach schools across Wales.
Members of the public will be able to welcome the royal couple to the town and can gather in the pedestrian area between the school and the White Rose Resource Centre.
As a result of the visit, School Street and Cross Street will be closed for about an hour after 10.30am, while the Resource Centre will be closed all morning.
The five-day tour of Wales, which starts on Monday, July 1, will mark the 50th anniversary of the Prince Charles becoming the Prince of Wales.
On Monday, July 1, the Prince and Duchess will visit the Prince’s Trust call centre in Nantgarw.
In February, Prince Charles paid a visit to a Trelewis to officially reopen the Rock UK Summit Centre.