Visitors will receive 45 minutes to walk around the townhouse, which was constructed in 1825, while learning about the royal couple.
Guests will be treated to the home's highlights, including the Lancaster room, the morning room (where Prince Louis' christening photos were taken), the dining room, the garden room and the library - an area the late Queen Mother was known to host intimate dinner parties.
The tour will also include a walk among Charles and Camilla's beloved garden, a special space that the Prince of Wales added to honour is grandmother, the Queen Mother.
Queen Elizabeth's royal collection will also be displayed for the public to enjoy — from Her Majesty's Chinese porcelain to a special clock made for William III.
Prince Charles has also decided to display never-before-seen portraits of his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.