The Royal Archives, Museum and Information Centre is situated in Matsieng royal village in front of the Royal Palace in Matsieng.
It is a legally registered non-governmental organization established by the Royal Family of Lesotho and run by 10 member Bard of Trustees. The facility contributes to education development due to massive archives housed in it, which comprise of information relating to royalty and chieftainship in Lesotho from the time of Moshoeshoe 1. Additional services provided include; guided tour to places of interest in Matsieng such as Ruins of Paramount Chief Letsie 1's lodgings, royal cemetery and dinosaur footprints, library services to students and researchers as well as raising awareness about environmentally friendly waste management system.
It also contributes to socio-economic development through public participation in some of the project's activities.