This is probably best for parents looking for something for their kids to do and / or people who have never been in a cave. I'm a frequent hiker and generally am not a fan of guided tours, so there wasn't a huge chance of me being too excited about this one to begin with.
That being said, I agree with the other reviewers that since this is a dry cavern, there isn't a whole lot that is going to be exciting to look at. Wet caverns have beautiful formations, this one does not.
Presumably due to those limitations, they spend a good chunk of the tour telling you about a stuffed sloth, mummified cat, some barrels of water and the 4 weddings they've hosted there in however many decades (I guess that's interesting?).
Our tour guide was a friendly younger girl who was trying her best to do a good job, but the cheeseball factor of her jokes and script kind of made me wonder if it wasn't the giant sloth clawing at the wall trying to escape the cave.