The Etruria Industrial Museum is located in Etruria, Staffordshire in England. Located along the Caldon Canal, the museum is a Grade II* listed building which includes a working steam engine called "Princess". The museum buildings were originally a bone and flint mill built in 1857 to grind materials for the pottery industry. Inside visitors can see displays on the history of the site and original machinery. After a period of restoration, started in 1978, the museum was opened by Fred Dibnah in 1991.