The US Open winner, 25, said he wanted to "go back to where it all started" and thank everyone for their support.
The visit will also give friends, family and the Dunblane community a chance to congratulate him on his maiden Grand Slam victory following his win over Novak Djokovic in the early hours of Monday.
The visit will also give Murray the first chance to see the golden post box painted in his honour following his Olympics singles victory over Roger Federer. He also partnered Laura Robson to silver in the mixed doubles.
Murray is expected to arrive in an open-top bus at noon, and then walk through town towards the Dunblane Tennis Club courts where he and brother Jamie honed their skills as children under the guidance of their mother, coach Judy. He will also meet schoolchildren and the current crop of young tennis players at the club.
Murray said: "I can't wait to get back to Dunblane to where it all began and share my US Open victory with everyone and thank them for all the support.
"It's definitely going to be emotional, but it's a very special place for me."