A spokeswoman for May said the British people were looking forward to his visit.
He will visit an unspecified defense site before holding talks with Prime Minister Theresa May at Chequers, meet Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle and attend a black-tie dinner with business leaders near Oxford.
The talks will be followed by a press conference and Trump and his wife will then travel to Windsor Castle to meet Queen Elizabeth.
"The president knows this country probably better than any president in recent history", Ambassador Woody Johnson told reporters in a briefing call Friday.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan, a Muslim who has been involved in social media exchanges with the USA president, said Trump was not welcome in the British capital because of his divisive agenda and would face mass peaceful protests.
"All the details are still TBC but once little Donald has been run out of Britain in July, we will start to put together an itinerary - so if your community is unlucky enough to be expecting a visit from the orange sex pest, please get in touch after the 14th".
The visit, the first of its kind since Trump assumed presidency in January past year, was categorized by the U.S. State Department as a "working visit".
It seems unlikely that the President will come close enough to Westminster to see a "Trump baby" blimp which protesters plan to fly over the Houses of Parliament, after receiving permission for the stunt from London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
The divisive American leader, arriving after a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels, will be largely away from London during a tour expected to bring at least tens of thousands of people onto British streets.
"Prime ministers frequently make use of Chequers for meetings with foreign leaders", she said.
The Prime Minister's spokesperson said: "We are a free and open democracy and we believe in the right to protest".
Less of a bright spot for Trump, whose mother hailed from Scotland, will be the protestors awaiting him in London.
Ambassador Johnson said: "The president is not avoiding anything".
Opposition lawmakers, backed by an online petition signed by almost 1.9 million people, called on May to cancel the state visit offered when she met Trump in Washington after his inauguration in January previous year. But anti-Trump demonstrators are still planning to show up, to the dismay - and glee - of his United Kingdom supporters.
The Trumps' meeting with the Queen will not, however, count as an official state visit, as previously reported by the Inquisitr.
The president can feel Churchillian at Blenheim Palace, where Winston Churchill was born.
On Sunday, Mr Trump is expected to move on to Finland ahead of his keenly-awaited summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on July 16.
They added that Trump Baby "can become a permanent feature of this terrible Presidency, a constant, unmissable reminder of the contempt with which this embarrassment of a man is held by everyone outside of his deranged, bigoted base".