The future King will commence his trip by visiting The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre, which is situated next to Hadrian’s Wall.
Prince Charles will have the chance to learn about landscape conservation, countryside management and the tourism industry.
After this, the Prince will visit a local farmers’ market, before touring the historic Hexham Abbey.
The Abbey, which has a history spanning over 1300 years, is most famous for holding 84 medieval panel paintings.
These include the ‘dance of death’ sequence.
Prince Charles will then head to Kirkharle to support a local charity.
He will help celebrate the 25th anniversary of a group which cares for residents living in rural isolation.
The Prince of Wales will then visit the Kielder Salmon Centre.
The site is due to open a new visitor centre later this month.
Prince Charles’ visit is related to his role as the patron of Salmon and Trout Conservative UK, a position he has held since 2003.
On Thursday, the Prince will move on to Hepple Gin distillery, which is undertaking a juniper restoration project.
He will then visit The Alnwick Garden, which includes a drop-in centre which aims to combat loneliness in the community.
Prince Charles recently conducted a high-profile interview with Dylan Jones of GQ magazine.
The Prince used this interview to discuss his ongoing charity work.
He said: “My problem is I find there are too many things that need doing or battling on behalf of.”