-Tiklados Applied Music Center (Tiklados)Located at Brgy. Antipolo, San Antonio, Zambales, it was founded by Dr. Ceferino Cariaso III, a local dentist and pianist, in 2002. This center in less than a decade has been consistently producing young musicians in national scene especially young pianists and guitarists. Among its notable students are Kevin Echaluse (NAMCYA 2005 Champion Guitar Category B, 1st place), Eugene Sean Aleta (NAMCYA 2005 Guitar Category A, 1st place), Melanie Adamos (NAMCYA 2005 Guitar Category A, 3rd place), Jose Victor Santos (piano prodigy featured in Mel and Joey), and Karl Echaluse (who is now under the tutelage of Maestra Cecile Basilio-Roxas. Among those who performed are the gifted young prodigy Ina Mostesclaros, Picasso protegee Bernie Tuazon, Kasilig Quartet member Dong de Dios, and Prof. Macaso. Tiklados caters tutorial for the following instruments: piano, violin, guitar, organ, flute, and voice.
-Casa San Miguel
San Antonio was a hunting region where indigenous hunters from the northern towns of Zambales would hunt, and gather. The first settlers from the Paoay region of the Ilocos Norte arrived in 1830, and founded the first Spanish settlement that developed into what is now San Antonio.San Antonio was given the status of district or barrio in 1836. The town mayor in that period was Don Gregorio Banaga. He governed the town from 1836 to 1849. He was succeeded by Don Vicente Lacuesta in 1849, from Teniente Primero to Teniente Absoluto. The last mayor was Don Santiago Ladrillono. He was succeeded by Don Dimas Pascasio as governor in 1856. They selected their leaders every year. In 1891 to 1898, Don Pablo Corpus was the only Capitan Municipal selected then appointed Don Felix Magsaysay as the first President municipal, and many more followed up to 1931 to 1945.The town was the site of the United States Navy Base known as the U.S. Naval Communications San Miguel. After the earthquake and eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991, the United States Military decided to abandon its military bases in the Philippines.