Perfect for Halloween parties or as a costume, this plague doctor outfit is sure to get heads turning.

Plague Doctor Costume

Perfect for Halloween parties or as a costume, this plague doctor outfit is sure to get heads turning.

Plague Doctor Costume Features

Full-length robe with attached belt and collar.

Traditional plague doctor mask with beak.

Scare your friends and neighbors!

For ages 15+ years.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

This plague doctor costume is perfect for Halloween parties or as a costume, this plague doctor outfit is sure to get heads turning.

Whether you’re stuck for a costume idea or just need something different, this plague doctor costume will definitely do the job.

This adult sized costume includes a black floor length coat with attached cape and a hat.

This plague doctor costume is the perfect Halloween outfit to get you noticed. Featuring a long black robe and oversized beaked mask, this costume is sure to have heads turning. The mask even features an adjustable leather strap to hold it in place and provide a comfortable fit.

The Plague Doctor Costume includes:





Available in 3 sizes: Small, Medium and Large.

The Plague Doctor Costume includes a long black overcoat with attached long sleeves, a long black cape with attached hood, a long beak mask and a top hat. The plague doctor costume is perfect for your next Halloween party or any other costume party. Wear this classic outfit as part of your costume party attire to add a touch of style and humor to the event.

Plague Doctor Costume:

*100% polyester; 100% polyurethane foam

*Includes overcoat, cape with hood, mask and hat

*Mask has clear plastic eye covering and ribbon ties for attachment under chin

*Overcoat has button closures in front

*Cape has hook & loop fastener at shoulder

*Overcoat and cape are hand wash cold; line dry; do not bleach; do not iron

*Mask is spot clean only; mask is cool iron if needed

This costume is the perfect fit for any doctor, whether you’re a plague doctor or not. It is totally contagious. So don’t wear it if you’re sick!

The plague doctor’s iconic beak mask is made of high-quality polyester and features a black top hat, a long, dark brown cloak with attached collar, and a cord belt. It is lightweight and breathable, which makes it comfortable to wear for long periods of time. The whole thing comes together to create an unforgettable look that is sure to turn heads at any party or event. And don’t forget your black gloves! A must-have accessory for any costume!

The plague doctor’s outfit was first used in 17th century Europe during outbreaks of Black Death (aka bubonic plague). The costume was designed by Charles de L’Orme who worked as a physician at Hotel Dieu hospital in Paris from 1656 until his death in 1670. His design featured an ankle-length overcoat, a wide-brimmed hat with two large eye holes cut out on either side and attached to the brim by wire so they could be moved around to provide better vision while walking through crowded streets or examining patients who were sick with smallpox; he also wore thick leather

The Plague Doctor Costume is a high quality costume based on authentic historical patterns.


-Black velvet plague doctor hat with buckle.

-Black velvet plague doctor overcoat.

-Black velvet plague doctor pants.

-Black cane with metal skull head handle.

-Full sized leather mask with glass eye pieces, metal nose and brass accents.

The plague doctor costume was the clothing worn by a plague doctor to protect him from airborne diseases. He would also usually carry a cane and a mask with glass openings that allowed him to see without being contaminated.

This particular hat is known as “beak doctor” due to its beak-like shape. It was worn by doctors who treated those who had the Bubonic Plague. The costume consists of an ankle length overcoat and a bird-like beak mask, often filled with sweet or strong-smelling substances (commonly lavender), along with gloves, boots, a wide-brimmed hat, and an outer over-clothing garment.

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